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The beautiful puzzle game -- out now for iOS devices -- is a visual expedition through bending perspectives and restrained artistic splendor that's as playful as it is haunting.
What happens when you combine "Star Wars" and M.C. Escher's crazy staircases into a Lego diorama? Geek heaven.
Call it a stairway to heaven. A towering temporary installation now on display in front of London's Tate Modern is made up of a series of interlocking staircases that veer left and right.
Four balls appear to roll uphill in an uncanny creation by Japanese researcher Kokichi Sugihara. The prize-winning illusion is one of many examples of what Sugihara calls "impossible motion."
A computer-graphics A-team is digging into fractals again with software that's clearly a labor of love. Exploring the Mandelbrot and Julia sets is a spectacular marriage of beauty and math.
With a simple Run command, you can quickly and easily customize the right-click "Send to" menu.
Bacon will never look the same again now that you've laid eyes upon a 3D-printed Mobius bacon strip.
Lego bricks first arrived in Australia 50 years ago. They seem to have gotten bigger in the intervening decades. A life-size Lego forest recently popped up in the Outback.
Satisfy your bricktitis with this official virtual Lego playset compatible with most modern Web browsers.
Crave takes a look at some of the highlights you can expect to see when the "Star Wars" Lego series lands on U.S. toy sellers' shelves in August.