Tiny human and animal projections dance and walk along the keys of a piano, adding silly playfulness to the motion of music.
Here's what two colliding black holes would sound like if there were sound in space.
In James Ball's photo series 'Guide to Computing,' mid-20th Century computers get colorful backgrounds for a stylish tech tribute.
Scientists at the Freiburg Institute for Musician’s Medicine gave an opera singer and MRI scan while he preformed an aria.
Phillippe Dubost's Keybright tool lets you make the coolest light projections—no crazy skills required.
What's the next evolution of logo design? Balloons.
Photo series mashes up every day objects in an entertaining and oddly seductive way.
After an online thread of mashing up video games with masterpieces, designer Kristiana Hansen decided to make a real video game inside an artwork.
This incredible photo series shows what peacock feathers look like under a microscope.