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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?
Nuts + Bolts
22:38

Stop Motion

Tyler lives out one of his dreams to create his very own stop motion film.
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
18:39

The Rogue Tesla Mechanic Resurrecting Salvaged Cars

Rich is a car enthusiast whose passion is to find wrecked Teslas, bring them back to life, and then share his adventures in repairs on his YouTube channel Rich Rebuilds.
Waypoint Specials
6:54

The World’s Fastest Speedcubers Are Teens

Speedcubing is a competitive sport that involves solving cube puzzles as fast a possible. Waypoint visits a recent tournament that was attended by some of the fastest and most passionate speedcubers in the game.
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.
Transmissions
3:55

Surveillance and the City: Know When You're Being Watched

Ingrid Burrington, author of "Networks of New York," explains how big cities like New York are constantly under surveillance.
Motherboard Meets
4:55

Former FCC Commisioner Mignon Clyburn Is Still Fighting for Net Neutrality

After nearly 9 years as an FCC commissioner, including a stint as the agency’s first acting chairwoman, Mignon Clyburn announced in April that she would be leaving her post early.
Transmissions
8:39

Inside the Beach House Connecting the World’s Internet

 We visit Denmark and talk to a marine maintenance manager to learn more about how undersea cables are crucial to data transportation.
Yes Man
3:22

I Tried to Destroy My Love Handles with a Laser

Sculpsure is a noninvasive, FDA-cleared treatment designed to get rid of pesky fat cells around the abdomen and flanks. Our resident Yes Man Grant Stoddard decided to give it a try to see if he could destroy his love handles.
DESUS & MERO / Clip
1:58

Uber's Flying Cars

Uber introduces flying cars but you still can't talk to Desus in the uberPOOL.
DESUS & MERO / Clip
3:16

Amazon Unlocks Your Car

Richest person ever Jeff Bezos wants to be able to hear everything in your house and unlock all your stuff, including now, your car.
Transmissions
6:55

The City That Banned Bitcoin Mining

On March 15th, 2018, the city of Plattsburgh in upstate New York issued an 18-month moratorium on cryptocurrency mining.
Tonic Shorties
2:30

What Octopuses Can Tell Us About the Future

Octopuses are a lot smarter than we think.
DESUS & MERO / Clip
2:43

The Robots are Evolving

Boston Dynamics has never seen any sci-fi movie as they add superior speed and leaping ability to the list of "skills the robots will use to kill us."
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
DESUS & MERO / Clip
3:31

Robot Dogs

Robot dogs are absolutely going to kill us all but at least they won't piss on your carpet.
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.
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