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.

A new Harry Potter book is coming in July! For all those Harry Potter fans out there, your dream of a new book has come true!

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

High school student Ryan Chester wins the prestigious Breakthrough Prize by making Einstein's theory of relatively understandable in a great video.

Not sure why they did not think of this earlier, but I would sure like to see a Star Wars theme park!

The Assist Suit AWN-03 by Panasonic will be available soon and can turn you into a real Iron Man!

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!

Really amazing technology lets people virtually touch things remotely!

With MagicBands, everything from tickets to park itinerary, fast passes, and even dinner reservations are taken care of for you.

Self-published novels about James Potter and his generation of wizards sanctioned by J.K. Rowling and are available for free online.

Just as the evil T-1000 rises from its puddle of metal alloys, objects created by the new printer seem to ooze into existence from the ether.

Watch Robert Downey Jr. plays Tony Stark and gives a young boy without an arm a real 3-D printed bionic one that looks just like his.

Microsoft HoloLens Is an Insane Pair of Augmented-Reality Goggles

Nike confirms Back to the Future Laces are coming this year. These shoes will lace themselves!

You have to watch the Christmas light show this music teacher created. Just stunning.

This is a movie made from individual real atoms by IBM .

This looks like a really great series to start watching. It is like Cosmos.

Amazon is building a speaker that's controlled with your voice and connects to info on the web. It's called Echo, and Amazon says it will be shipping in the coming weeks. The video looks very cool and the price is not bad ($99 to Prime members).

This is a real hovering skateboard like the one in “Back to the Future Part II.”

These are pumpkins that are grown from seeds to look like monsters. What a great idea!

iPhone 6 vs. 6 Plus vs. 5s vs. 5c: Which Apple Phone Should You Choose?

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.

A funny video using real ducks for the DuckTales theme.

Technology that generates touchable 3D imagery was unveiled in Japan, with its developers saying users could pull and push objects that are not really there.

This has amazing potential!

This shows you how the candy we all like eat called jawbreakers are made. They even put synthetic rubber in them!

Funny video that pulls a prank on dogs using a stuffed toy dog.

In a new short story, Harry Potter is older and grayer, but still battling dark magic. Has anyone read it yet?

Very cool. They are using interactive tracking to change how people look in real time.

You will hear a sound that just sounds like noise, but after you are told what it is saying, it becomes clear! Shows how what we hear is so dependent on our information about it.

This incredible $2 million pool features five colossal waterfalls, a lazy river and a tunnel deep enough for scuba diving.

Neil makes a really good point about GMO (genetically modified foods) and how we have always had them. Just doing the natural section in a lab makes no difference. What do you think? You can answer in the comments section.

Experience the first official trailer for THE SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS MOVIE: SPONGE OUT OF WATER 3D I've been waiting my whole life for this movie!!!

OK Go has the coolest videos! This is their newest one.

Dr. Oz has some funny scientific experiments by celebrities like Jimmy Kimmel, Wolfgang Puck, Russell Simmons, Joel McHale and Queen Latifah..

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! "

This is about the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando!

David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station.

This is a great site to watch 1,000's of classic News Reels for free. Interesting way to study history and what life was like in the past.