Trevor Mahlmann On Monday, after standing down for a month, SpaceX returned to flight from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Mostly sunny, deep-blue skies provided a perfect opportunity to photograph the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket. And armed with four remote cameras, Trevor Mahlmann was there for Ars to capture the scene. The photo […]
A mathematician and an animator teamed up to compile 36 photos into one amazing video. The post Gaze Upon Jupiter’s Enormity in This Amazing Fly-By Video appeared first on WIRED.
This week I share with you a favorite Instagram account capturing shots of New York City as well as the diverse and interesting people who live there.
May brings M.R. Carey’s new tale set in the same zombified world as The Girl With All the Gifts, a surreal new short-story collection from Haruki Murakami, a posthumous novel about dinosaurs from Michael Crichton—and many more. Dig in! Read more…
The shower head that came preinstalled in your home or apartment is probably terrible, but if you don’t have the cash to upgrade it to a Delta In2ition, the Delta 75152 is a fantastic option at $16. Read more…
Hasbro revealed a ton of new Marvel toys at Toy Fair this year—covering everything from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, to comic book favorites. The thing I might be most excited by however is this A-Force six pack, but with both Monica Rambeau and Elsa Bloodstone, it might as well be the Nextwave figure set of […]
<em>Forgotten</em>, a short text adventure, is a story of a videogame on its last legs. It’s also the first thing you should play in 2017. The post The First Must-Play Game of the Year Is Short, Odd, and Amazing appeared first on WIRED.
For your weekend consumption I present Find my Phone, a 30 minute film about a stolen phone. The filmmaker, Anthony van der Meer, rigged an Android cellphone with Cerebus, a command-and-control system for Android that can survive a memory wipe. The app allowed van der Meer to record video, take photos, and even listen in […]
It seems at least a few people in China were really impressed by George Miller’s “Fury Road.”