The Fournitures Generales Pour Le Piano is a small shop on the streets of Paris that sells parts to repair pianos, a dwindling market if there ever was one.
In order to ensure that their planes are protected against potential bird strikes, aerospace companies regularly test their creations against chicken carcasses.
The Lockheed Martin-aeroshell is a blunt-nosed cone that encapsulates and protects Curiosity during its deep space cruise to Mars.
Joel Bukiewicz began his company with hunting knives, but soon realized the potential in a line of kitchen knives, considering the swath of chefs in the greater New York area.
Ben Heck, the renouned tweaker and modder, takes on the iPhone with a button-mashing mod.
We've all seen Rube Goldbery machines before, but this one has some unique mechanisms that make it more interesting than the rest.
This video from Philip Bloom takes a look into the Great Lakes Boat Building Company, the life's work and passion of one Mike Kiefer.
Style Ledger takes a look at the Martin Greenfield factory in Brooklyn, which still employs more than 100 workers to made high-quality garments by hand.
Humans have the potential to regrow tissue in the same way as chameleons, but it's not a simple thing to activate.
On one end, it's an effective slingshot that fires pretty sizeable shot. On the other end, it's a double-ended blunt weapon.
Is it a house? A garage? Or both? Check out this fascinating feat of engineering.
Joe Yanuziello is the maker of custom guitars for the most picky of musicians, and the results are absolutely beautiful.
A company has designed a bizarre and truly neat way to put a pool into your cramped backyard by creating a patio surface that sinks as water fills in the space.
This 1937 video from Chevrolet explains one of the automobile's most important innovations: the differential.
A few office workers, it seems, were watching over an adjacent construction site when they noticed that a concrete buffer started to get a mind of its own.
Every year, Google puts together a video of the most important events in the last 12 months, and it's called the Zeitgeist.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen plans on building a massive plane that will help get cheaper rockets, along with passengers and cargo, into space.
In the future, quadrocopters could take the difficult work out of assembling certain buildings.
Researchers at the MIT Media Lab have done the impossible it seems: they have filmed light in slow motion.