The best-laid schemes of mice and... well, mice. Intimidating opponents is even easier when playing chess with dead mice. Artist Rachael Garcia explains why having a chess set you can pet is fun.
Warning: OstrichCopter is not for people who don't want to hear about unusual airborne uses for taxidermied flightless birds.
Two artists come up with some of the most unusual cameras we've ever seen, including shooters made out of turtle and armadillo shells.
Donald Bell posts his personal photo slide show of highlights from the 2007 Maker Faire in San Mateo, CA.
Pit yourself against chess prodigy Magnus Carlsen when he was just 5, or take him on in his current role as a grandmaster champion.
Your camera may not seem so interesting compared with these shooters made out of reclaimed taxidermy subjects and other objects.
This week on Crave, smash up some computers for a chance to win cash. Also, we take a trip around Saturn and demo the world's first smart guitar pick.
To learn more about bird behavior, Duke University researchers go all Dr. Frankenstein by reanimating a dead sparrow with robotics.
Headphones guru Jasmine France takes a look at an article containing purportedly ridiculous headphones.
Artist Tal Avitzur combs California scrapyards for bits of old brass and reimagines them as robots. The LED-blinking night lights, which contain parts like taxidermy animal eyes, can lend a surreal cast to a corner of your bedroom.