Breakfast cereal has always been a confusing food. Many people aren't aware of how it's made. But did you know, once upon a time, those flakes you spoon up with your milk each morning were made by shooting them out of a gun?
Okay, so this isn't quite an accurate replica of Valve's esteemed gravity gun, or a meaningful bid towards reaching a real-life equivalent to it, but even so it serves well as a hardware love letter of sorts to the company – an amalgamation of inventions from Portal and the seminal Half-Life, all in one pretty neat package.Read More
A gun enthusiast has printed a weapon using schematics that he downloaded off the internet, and managed to successfully fire it.
Japanese researchers have created a device to perpetuate the definition of "silence is golden," by remotely cutting off human speech without any physical discomfort or intervention. So with what looks like a handheld speed camera, you can literally mute a person: a piece of technology many of us here wish we can acquire.