A Nevada family of scuba divers has prototyped an underwater fort—an anchored air pocket in a net—at the secret location at the bottom of a lake in the Sierras. And it's been there for three years!
I wish I had this Millennium Falcon—with a solar-powered illuminated interior and exteior—as the top of my backyard fort when I was a kid. But then again, I never had a fort or a backyard back then.
Check out the Cartoon Network's first ever live-action show, about a prison school. Plus DC comics' brand new animation Young Justice, a show that should've been called Bender's Wonder Years, and the number one show you should avoid while high.
This amusing piece of furniture comes to us courtesy of designer Philippe Malouin for the Italian company Campeggi. Thanks to velcro and a little elbow grease, it can transform from a chair to a tent—and everything in-between.
The stairs bookcase was cool, but this is an entire igloo-like bookcase structure that you can actually use as a miniature dwelling. In fact, this "Uroko House" is built around a bed, which makes it one hell of a place to sleep for any kid—whether they like to read or not. There are no written instructions on how to…