But when he rolled onto the Anaheim stage during the first panel of this year's Celebration on Thursday, the Internet went mad for one simple reason: He wasn't a CGI special effect. He was real.
A London-based company called Moley Robotics has created a prototype for a robotic chef that can cook your meals with human-like precision.
"The program, in sum, not only builds physical fitness, but good Americans." That's how Look magazine summarized the physical education program of La Sierra High School in January 1962 [PDF].
It is common practice to communicate through body language. Gestures and hand motions are the unofficial "second language" of every culture. As children, we learn to interpret this silent communication and begin to use it ourselves throughout our
Lucy Scott is a Scottish illustrator and mom with a wry sense of humor about the realities of parenthood.
This parenting clip is so true…watch to the end!!
Back at last year's Toy Fair, Candylab's collection of MO-TO "Awesome Wood Cars" were retro wooden standouts at a show loaded with high-tech playthings.
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Guinness World Records 60th Anniversary
You're likely most familiar with New York City's "Gotham" nickname from Batman comics and movies, but the nickname actually predates the Dark Knight by nearly 120 years.
In this short video, National Geographic's "Crittercam" team attaches a camera to the shell of a giant river turtle in Brazil, then researchers narrate the video from a turtle's-eye view.
"I'm through talking..." - Movie Fight Scene Tribute
Stunning footage from filmmakers Dave and Jennene Riggs filmed using a remote controlled quadcopter off Esperance, along south Western Australia's beautiful coastline.
He's a 7ft 5in work in progress, but Sim Bhullar put in the work to earn a call-up with Sacramento where he will be the first ever NBA player of Indian descent
Mowing the lawn is, hands down, one of the crappiest chores that exists. Which is why a handful of people around the United States do it from their living room, in something that resembled virtual reality
TV is an odd mishmash of a medium. It shares enough qualities with film that we can use the word "cinematic" as a blanket compliment, yet its traditional broadcast model more closely resembles radio.
Ever had a stranger manhandle your bump? Did a random person at a party decide to monitor your alcohol intake? Here's how to cope with such behaviour
The official trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road has been released.
Have you ever stopped to think WHY you're Saran Wrapping a toilet seat on April Fools' Day?
The Agnostic Atheist Anti-Theist (Agatan) Foundation has released on YouTube the first of what will likely be many compilations of "The Best Neil deGrasse Tyson Arguments and Comebacks."
In a stunning breakthrough that's sure to result in dozens of Nobel Prizes being awarded to somebody, scientists at the CERN Large Hadron Collider have discovered the elusive "Obama particle" by slamming the U.S. economy into a brick wall at 99.999%
I had to share this video posted by a shopper who captured kids discovering a far better use of fans than just moving air.
A movie inspired on numbers, geometry and nature
There is no other animal in the kingdom of all animals, as fearless as the crazyass Honey Badger. Nasty as hell, it eats practically whatever it wants. Randall is disgusted.
When was the last time you paused between sips of your favorite soda and wondered about that can in your hand? If you're like most people, the answer is likely never.
A Scientific Model Of What A Zombie Apocalypse Would Look Like (And Where Not To Hide)
Paul Hollingsworth and his daughter Hailee joined forces to recreate Jurassic Park using $100,000 in Legos.
Google, one of the world leaders in web services and mobile retail, is also developing a few high-profile projects through its Google X Labs that are advancing technology, clean energy, and fine art.
From whitening your teeth to making your garden grow pest-free, check out these clever uses for banana peels.