On today's show, we celebrate our 100th episode with Disney Research's incredible animations of the human eye, a hoverboard you can make at home, and a 3D-printed dress that looks like fabric in motion.
The Kinematics dress from Nervous System was just inducted into MoMA's permanent collection, and it's no wonder why: 2,279 interlocking, 3D-printed triangles connected by 3,316 hinges makes this dress shift its shape as if it's rippling in the wind as its wearer walks by.
This swimsuit uses 3D printing to combine sculpture and fashion to create a stunning, one-off garment inspired by water.
The Kinematics dress created by design studio Nervous System using a 3D printer has been acquired by the Museum of Modern Art.
New paleontological research has discovered the reason why the Tyrannosaurus Rex didn't need bigger arms.
Scientists determined to study how dinosaurs walked attach some silly-looking plunger butts onto modern chickens.
The bot is an experimental rehabilitation tool that uses electrodes to calculate the ankle's stiffness in various directions.
Hexapods have nothing on this creepy-crawly robotic spider inspired by the real thing.
Italian researchers have programmed an open-source, child-size robot to wield a bow and arrow. And it's pretty damn good at it.
An experimental unmanned flying cargo system, Baldwin Technology's Mono Tiltrotor, would integrate a coaxial rotor, a folding lifting wing system, and a lightweight airframe.