This $40M indoor 49,000 sq ft exhibit includes very detailed scale models of famous structures, cities and landscapes, such as the Eiffel Tower, pyramids of Egypt, Time Square, and Niagara Falls. It even has mini self-driving cars.

Sienna, who is just 9-years-old and from London, became the first ever child Lego designer after entering a contest.

Researchers in Japan have found a way to create holograms that can be touched and interacted with as if they were real.

Lucas Etter has officially broken all records by solving a Rubik's Cube in just 4.9 seconds!

Lego just announced a new game that will compete with Minecraft called Lego Worlds. It looks very cool.

Touch Pianist is free site that allows you to perform hard-to-play classical piano music virtually and instantly!

The first "virtual entertainment center," will open sometime in early 2016 in Pleasant Grove, Utah. I can't wait to see it!

A hologram dog, TV that follows you around, and more cool things. The future is now!

Foldit is a revolutionary new game, in which you play to solve puzzles, and we test your solutions to work on curing cancer, AIDS, and a host of diseases.

Microsoft HoloLens Is an Insane Pair of Augmented-Reality Goggles

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Very cool demo of next generation virtual reality coming soon. It is starting to become a lot like the holodeck on star trek, where you can move around and interact with a virtual world.

See how super strong Gorilla Glass is made.

Here is a neat trick to memorize numbers that could be really helpful for phone numbers, scientific constants, and other things.

Adam Savage from MythBusters tweeted this cool photo. "This is the awesome Silvia. She's come to Maker Faire and taken a photo with me holding last year's pic for 5 years! "

Very cool way of multiplying large numbers by hand using lines!

Really cool use of Virtual Reality lets you fly like a bird.

Amazing magic with live doves. Can anyone figure out how he does it?

Lindzee - Amelymeloptical illusion. I really want to learn how to do this type of juggling!

Demonstration of electronic gloves that will soon change the music world.

These videos are by a special effects artist who turns his 3-year-old kid into a true superhero!

Can you figure out the rule in this video? Really makes you think...

Just like in the movie "Up," the "No More Woof" device lets dogs really talk to you! Very limited now with a few words, but in the future as it gets more developed, you may be able to have a real conversation with your dog.

Classic video games from the 1970s and 1980s have been put online by the Internet Archive and can be played within a web browser. Very cool classic free games!!!

This is an absolutely amazing T-Rex Illusion made from a single piece of cardboard that is not moving. You can even make it yourself using http://www.freewebs.com/dragonillusioncolors/blank-illusion.pdf
and just follow the instructions. If anyone makes one, please share it!

Learn the basic concepts of Computer Science with drag and drop programming. This is a game-like, self-directed tutorial starring video lectures by Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Angry Birds and Plants vs. Zombies. Learn repeat-loops, conditionals, and basic algorithms. Available in 20 languages

Very cool video (a little long, but worth watching it all!) about Benoit Mandelbrot and how fractals are changing our understanding of the world around us. You will see things in a new light after watching it, I promise! Fractals are mathematical equations that infinitely repeat. Video explains it all with great examples in medicine, environmental science, special effects and more.

Slow motion of a golf ball hitting a steel plate at 150mph shot at 70,000fps. You will never look at a golfer swinging at a ball the same way again... The amount of compression and recovery it has on impact is amazing.

Very interesting too learn that Ancient Egypt used similar techniques as modern-day computers when working with numbers. Really good explanation of how computers deal with numbers too.

At the MIT Media Lab, the Tangible Media Group believes the future of computing is tactile. I can see so many neat applications from this one. Really liked being able to see a mathematical formula in true 3D and interacting with it to learn more.

A mispronunciation on "Wheel of Fortune" cost one contestant the chance at big money.