Thanks to some image editing, Daniel Luke Fitch's version of the rover's Mars approach is extra crisp and breathtaking.
How scientists decode brain activity to recreate the YouTube videos their research subjects are watching
For people dealing with mental health issues or learning disablities, working at this recycling facility provides community and satisfaction.
Ben Miller performs a web comic from Randall Munroe's brilliant web comic xkcd, a rant to the tune of "Modern Major General."
NASA's InSight mission, planned for 2016, will examine the geophysics of our neighboring planet.
Boston Dynamics' PETMAN robot gets the soundtrack it deserves from video editor Tim Trusler.
A documentary portrait of the Berlin-based artist reveals how she blends sculpture and photography.
San Francisco production crew the Werehaus share an unedited clip of "hitting the hill of a lifetime."
Poor Adralene can't figure out why she's unpopular until her reflection in the mirror explains that her posture is to blame.
Artist Aram Bartholl explores the growing influence of digital technology and the social web through urban installations.
Stunning underwater footage of the Ray of Hope shipwreck in the Bahamas, an artificial reef swarming with sharks
Released in 2008, Court 13's Glory at Sea features a similar coastal apocalypse and magical realism as the hit indie feature.
Researchers at Northwestern University are studying the mechanics of whiskers to learn about human sensory perception.
A hilarious new Tumblr collects baffling clips from Shutterstock.
A parody of the pop video "Sexy and We Know It" by LMFAO pays tribute to the Mars rover mission.
The famous cook remixed three ways: auto-tuned, mashed up with Meryl Streep, and à la Guns 'n Roses.
Four athletes zip, flip, and float through a wind tunnel in Prague in this video from Red Bull.
The publisher Gestalten interviews two graphics editors behind the paper's innovative digital content.
Human limbs float through inky space in Adriano Cirulli's gravity-defying video Falling.
Like food, sex, and drugs, music boosts dopamine levels to create addictive feelings of pleasure.