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Find the Perfect Parking Spot Before You Even Leave Home
ParkMe is an app that lets you browse available parking structures, lots, and street spaces from the comfort of your home computer or smartphone.
NeoLucida: Optical Drawing Tool Lets You Trace Real Life
An update on a 19th century optical drawing tool lets artists trace the real world around them. The NeoLucida will soon be available for just $40.
Small Worlds: Strange & Shocking Miniature City Scenes
There is no unifying theme to these surreal depictions of urban architecture and landscapes, save perhaps their imaginative improbability and singular creator.
Under 400 SF: New Modular Micro-Apartments for NYC
NYC faces a small-unit housing crunch. And the results are in: award-winning compact units ranging from 250 to 330 square feet each have arrived.
Wearable Tech: Mask Gives Users Superhuman Senses
A set of futuristic-looking masks that fit over the mouth and ears or the eyes enhance audio and visual perception, giving the wearers superhuman senses.
Future Present: 7 Soon-to-Be Wonders of Technology
Chatting with holograms, controlling computers with our minds and harvesting energy from power lines are among the innovations predicted for the next five years.
Sideways Street Art: Muralist Makes Figures Walk on Walls
These layered creations are surprisingly realistic, even in black and white, thanks in part to their scale and reinforced by their shadows and context.
Hidden Depths: Architectural Illusion Unfolds Underground
Facade or fantasm, this series of images presents an alluring picture of the history that lies beneath aged and famous buildings.
Test Your Geography Skills with Google Maps Game
Guess what city - or even what continent - the geography game GeoGuessr has dropped you into using nothing more than images from Google Maps.
Fit for a Villain: 12 Surprisingly Homey Underground Lairs
Ranging from renovated missile silos to stunning modern homes built into hillsides, these 12 underground lairs are ideal for villainous activities.