Form virtual pottery throwing to music making, these Android apps do wonders to get you out of your mental rut and try something new.
International Space Station-bound astronauts dressed as Jedi pose with lightsabers in their mission poster for NASA. Proud of them, Yoda would be.
It turns out that 3D printers can serve double duty as pretty good musical instruments. Who knew?
The Grammy-nominated DJ has partnered with Thalmic Labs to use the Myo gesture-control armband during live performances.
With so many premium portable Bluetooth speakers offering good design, good audio and loud playback, companies have turned to unique functionality to stand out in the crowd.
Goldie and We Love Fine team up to make fun dresses and separates for geek girls who love Sith Lords and Jedi alike.
TinyTesla allows anyone to build a Tesla coil that shoots arcs of electricity and plays simple MIDI music files.
If you liked the "Back to the Future" theme and Simon and Garfunkel's "Sound of Silence" played on computer drives, you're going to love this dot-matrix printer covering Bach.
This guy built a keytar out of an old NES system, then used it to create a rad music and laser light remix of the "Game of Thrones" intro.
Lay down some beats on your iOS device with iRing, finger accessories that let you manipulate music apps by waving your hands.