China's Webcam Industry Is a Modern-Day Gold Rush
A growing number of people in China are pursuing webcam performance to make a living—with some live-streamers making as much $100,000 a month.
One food hacker demonstrates how to change the taste of food by spraying it with perfume.
Simon visits Kentaro Fukuchi, a professor who wants to fuse cutting-edge technology with how the Japanese eat raw meat.
How to Eat a Virtual Cookie
Simon Klose meets up with a Japanese researcher who shows us how to use virtual reality to make a cookie taste like five different things.
Is It Worth Your Time and Money to Freeze Your Eggs?
Broadly meets with fertility experts, egg brokers, and women who have frozen their eggs at extremely high costs.
DIY Brain Shock Therapy
Motherboard visits a scientist researching transcranial direct current stimulation, a type of shock therapy thought to improve memory and other brain functions.
Drone Racing in Rural Canada
Motherboard catches up with the world of FVP Drone Racing in Canada.
The World's First Drone Dogfight
Motherboard meets up with NYC based drone makers to test out some newly designed battle drones.
The Digital Love Industry
We investigate the future of love and sex in the digital age—including the evolution of the porn industry, "teledildonics," and virtual romance.
Meet Scotland's DIY Rocketeers
Every year for a week a Scottish moor becomes an ad hoc launch site for amateur rocketeers to blast their DIY shuttles and spaceships into the skies.