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11:44

Addicted to Bitcoin: The Cryptocurrency Rehab Center

Motherboard goes to Castle Craig Hospital in Scotland, a rehabilitation facility that recently added treatment for cryptocurrency addiction to its gambling rehabilitation program.
State of Repair
8:02

The Half Tesla, Half Honda, 100% Electric Hot Rod

Taking old cars and making them better is a part of American culture: the hot rod. In this episode, Jim Belosic takes a 1981 Honda Accord and makes it electric... and very fast.
E.T.A.
8:40

Hyperloop Revolution: The Real Story of its Origins and Future

Motherboard joins the team as they present their prototype to the public and dive deep into the DNA of the Hyperloop—a concept that was developed at their university nearly 40 years ago, and one they continue to build upon.
E.T.A.
8:55

Why Personal Flying Machines Could Be the Future of Commuting

Traffic. Congestion. Pollution. Hours-long commutes. What if you could leave it all behind and trade it in for an environmentally friendly and energy-efficient personal copter—all without a pilot’s license?
E.T.A.
9:36

The DIY Rocketeer Building Self-Landing Replicas of SpaceX Rockets

Motherboard travels to Tennessee to meet the amateur rocketeer leading the charge for budding DIY rocket scientists around the world.
E.T.A.
8:10

Self-Driving Boats: The Future of Navigating the High Seas

What if the all the ships that navigated our vast oceans could navigate, chart a course, and think for themselves—without any human input?
State of Repair
13:10

This Pyro Makes the Strongest DIY Lasers in the World Out of Old Tech

From a storage unit in rural Illinois, YouTuber Styropyro builds high-powered laser experiments—something he's done since he was teenager. Now a chemist by training, Drake Anthony claims his DIY channel is being unreasonable moderated by YouTube.
Motherboard
2:20

Biofabricate: DIY Body Parts

Motherboard went to Biofabricate, a conference about the future of biomaterials to speak with Andrew Pelling who is developing DIY CO2 incubator kits. Something he hopes will allow people to grow their own human and animal tissues from home.
Motherboard
1:54

Biofabricate: The Pure Human Project

Tina Gorjanc is challenging the future of how we commodify human genetic material when it comes using it for the production of luxury goods.
State of Repair
7:08

The Bowling Mechanic Keeping America’s Favorite Pastime Alive

We go to The Gutter in Williamsburg to check out how a repairman keeps this institution alive.
Illuminated
1:47

How to Play Nice: DZ Deathrays Talk Collaboration

Musicians Shane and Simon on keeping it together when you live in different cities.
Illuminated
1:39

How to push through Mental Block

DZ Deathrays eat pizza and talk mental block.
Illuminated
1:49

Lucy McRae on how sci-fi is shaping the future

Body architect and sci fi artist Lucy McRae on where the human race is headed.
Illuminated
1:25

Lucy McRae on the Imposter Experience

Lucy McRae explains the Imposter Experience
Illuminated
1:43

Top Chef Kylie Millar Turns Food Experiments Into Art

Nab some tips for your next dinner party.
Illuminated
1:20

Master Chef's Kylie Millar on Making Friends with Failure

How the top chef learnt to turn a mess into a masterpiece.
Tonic Shorties
2:30

What Octopuses Can Tell Us About the Future

Octopuses are a lot smarter than we think.
Motherboard / Clip
1:56

The Most Unknown (Trailer)

The Most Unknown is an innovative documentary film that aims to reinvigorate love for scientific inquiry by looking at some of the most unanswerable questions in the universe.
State of Repair
13:44

How iFixit Became the World's Best iPhone Teardown Team

The most important thing that happens when a new iPhone comes out is not the release of the phone, but the disassembly of it. The iPhone teardown, undertaken by third-party teams around the world, provides a roadmap for the life of the iPhone X: Is it rep
VICE News Tonight
4:48

Therapists are using VR headsets to cure phobias

They aim to cure phobias and addictions by creating immersive experiences designed to expose a patient to "safe space" situations that normally cause anxiety in the real world.
VICE News Tonight
6:57

No one is sure which country is helping North Korea make its missiles

The Yuzhmash factory let VICE News cameras inside for the first time.
VICE News Shorts
2:17

The FCC wants the future of net neutrality to not include net neutrality

The FCC has unveiled their plan to officially roll back net neutrality.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
3:08

The tech that powers bitcoin could tackle corruption

VICE News breaks down the technology behind bitcoin called Blockchain.
Motherboard
23:13

Frozen Faith: Cryonics and The Quest to Cheat Death

What if we could use technology to cheat death?
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