The $68,600 Skylight Simulates Sunlight Perfectly [Video]

I don’t know about you guys, but I want one of these skylights in my basement immediately. The only problem is that at $68,600, it’s a little out of my budget. Just a little. It looks like the sun… but it isn’t. It’s a brand new type of artificial skylight called CoeLux which, for the […]

5 Times Games Got Space Really, Really Right

You may see outer space an awful lot in science fiction games, but how often do you see it represented accurately? Outside Xbox threw together this cool list to show us the few examples of video games actually representing outer space realistically, based on science and what we already know. [Image via Woondu, story via […]

Video Game Could Treat Lazy Eye

The developers of a video game say it could help treat people with the lazy eye condition. Dig Rush adjusts the graphics to force players to use both eyes to progress through the game. Lazy eye, which is also called amblyopia, is a condition that can develop in childhood and involves visual impairment in one […]

Chart Shows You How To Win on Jeopardy

  Nathan Yau over FlowingData¬†looked at all the daily double placements over all 31 seasons of this historic game show and worked out an average to where the daily doubles usually fall on Jeopardy. We are not saying you use this chart and get on Jeopardy you could leave a millionaire. We are telling you […]

How Do Jeans Get Blue? [Science Video]

Do you ever find yourself wondering why your jeans are blue? Are they sad? Are they attempting to match someone’s eyes? Like all good things, there is science and chemistry behind the whole thing that will have you looking at your jeans in a whole different light. Keep in mind, they will still be blue, […]

Why Do We Only See One Side of the Moon? [Science Video]

A quick and simple explanation on why we only see one side of the moon for Earth. [MinuteEarth]

What Your Kidneys Do and How Do They Work? [Science Video]

After drinking a few glasses of water on a hot day, you might be struck with a sudden … urge. Behind that feeling are two bean-shaped organs that work as fine-tuned internal sensors. Emma Bryce details how the incredible kidneys balance the amount of fluid in your body, detect waste in your blood, and know […]

Photomath: The App That Does Your Math For You

I look at the Photomath app, and I get very sad. Not that it will make future generations stupid or any such nonsense. No, I am mad that it didn’t exist while I struggled through algebra. That was essentially a semester I spent barely treading water, and knowing this would exist one day would’ve eased […]