The famous cartoonist pokes fun at ridiculous patents, including those that dream of "getting something for nothing."
Sunshine is a fascinating documentary portrait of John Benet, an American producer in Shanghai, and the emerging advertising industry there.
Three design fiction films explore the idea that technological innovations inevitably end up as cheap items at your local convenience store.
The series has inspired countless spinoffs and supercuts, from this montage of every cigarette ever smoked to a feminist remix set to the Supremes' "You Keep Me Hanging On."
Erica Watson, a research fellow at Cambridge University, shares amazing images of the three-week gestation of a mouse fetus.
Meet the growers and chefs in South Carolina who are leading the return to old seeds and methods in this Perennial Plate video.
A clip of workers leaving the Lumière factory in Lyon, which might be the earliest footage ever shot on their cinématographe, and other early films.
Joe Paradiso, at MIT's Media Lab, started building this analog music synthesizer in 1973. Now, it streams music live from the MIT Museum, and users can manipulate it remotely.
Callum Cooper's dizzying experimental film, Full Circle, uses a custom camera rig for a unique perspective.
The underdog inventor's creations have evolved into a musical instrument of sorts, playing "Dueling Banjos."
Pro wingsuit athletes Matt Gerdes (in blue) and Mike Steen (in red) hike two days for one spectacular flight through the Italian Dolomites.
Birdmen is the first full-length documentary about the past, present, and future of wingsuit flying.
In Chimping, Dan Perez de la Garza interviews his fellow photojournalists about their passion for their work, and their struggle to survive.
A 1954 film funded by General Motors shows Americans desperate for more roads and advocates building the Interestate Highway System.
Andrew Efimov pairs vistas of the Russian city with a frenetic violin performance by Igor Zalivalov and Sofia Bridge of Nuage.
Cambridge University's Under the Microscope series reveals a battle to the death.
Ralph Baer, who turns 90 this year, discusses his life's work, which includes creating the Magnavox Odyssey home video game console and the toy Simon.
No Robots is a beautifully made short animated film about the complicated relationship humans have with their machines.
A promotional film produced by Castle Films puts a positive spin on the banana industry, tracing the supply chain from Guatemala to the U.S.
A crowd-funded documentary series tells the story of a group of surfers in Japan as they rebuild in the wake of the 2011 disaster.