Decomposing Bodies to Solve Cold Case Murders
VICE visits the University of South Florida’s Facility for Outdoor Research and Training (FORT) to learn about how studying decomposing bodies in Florida’s subtropical environment helps solve some of the nation’s cold cases.
Finding Salvation with an Online Cult
Vice's Charlet Duboc goes to LA to meet Unicole Unicron, a self-described pop-spiritual cult leader and founder of the religion Unicult
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.
The 'Uber' of Phone Repair Will Come to You in a Storm
We meet two of the founders of Auxe, a student-run tech repair startup whose technicians come to you to fix your phone, and we follow one of their technicians to see how far they'll go to repair a cracked screen.
SLUTEVER S2 EP1
Karley meets innovators in the world of VR Porn and becomes a porn avatar.
State of Repair
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.
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.
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?
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.
Using Drones to Find Wandering People with Dementia
Ryerson University’s Dalia Hanna wants to automate drones to help find people with dementia who wander off and get lost. We went into the field to see how an automated drone search could look in the future.
Explaining Blockchain with Scrabble
Cryptocurrency experts have created an altered version of the popular game Scrabble to explain blockchain.
This Bra Uses Aerospace Technology
A Toronto fashion designer has teamed up with two engineers to make a bra they claim can accommodate breast changes up to two sizes. We met with them as they ramped up for their first production run.