2015 might be the year of the drone, and to back up that claim here's a look at two "Star Wars"-themed drones created this year by a man known only as Olivier C on the interwebs.
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Researchers have achieved the first ever pictorial evidence that light can simultaneously behave as a particle and as a wave.
A 3D-printed violin is just one of a suite of instruments designed to provide a collaborative experience exploring our relationship with sound.
It's official: the CraveCast is piloted by a crew of cowards who love space but love watching space operas here on Earth more. Also, we find "Star Wars" everywhere, except in that golden Buddha statue, which had other surprising contents.
The guy who built the Millennium Falcon drone is back with another "Star Wars"-themed drone creation. If you see this TIE Interceptor drone coming your way, you'd better hope your hyperdrive is operational.
A new programmable ball lets you create games on an iPad, then play them in real life.
Swing the controller and throw around a drone instead of a ball: the Zyro drone can even be tossed around by another drone, if you're looking to start a drone sports league.
Get around on two wheels? This safety-minded gadget makes it easy to record the antics of drivers behind you when you're on your bicycle.
If the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" star is now part of the "Star Wars Rebels," cast does that mean she'll be slaying vampire Sith Lords with a light saber? Fingers crossed!
All the cool space-geek kids are signing up to die on Mars these days. The CraveCast crew discusses Mars One, what Neil Armstrong kept from the moon and more this Tuesday at noon PT.