Watch a super hydrophobic knife cut through a water droplet

Black magic and sorcery and deals with the devil and breaks in The Matrix and possibly other dimensions. That's what super hydrophobic material is made out of. Like this super hydrophobic knife that just slices through a water droplet and cuts it in two. Are we really sure science can explain what my eyes are seeing? » 1/30/15 9:42pm 1/30/15 9:42pm

NeverWet's Clear Water-Repelling Spray: Less Magic, More Wet

When we tried the first iteration of Rustoleum's seemingly magic, liquid-repelling spray, we were actually pretty damn impressed—water beading off toilet paper rolls! Now, though, NeverWet's come out with a version that doesn't leave a gross residue. And while this new NeverWet may indeed be less sticky, it is a hell… » 1/09/15 12:19pm 1/09/15 12:19pm

NeverWet Review: The Magical, Water-Repelling Spray Is Kind of Amazing

Over the past month or so, the internet's been drooling over a promotional video for Rust-Oleum's magical new liquid-repelling treatment. And rightly so! According to the promotional video, no matter the type of liquid, sauce, or lurid emulsion, all offending gunk immediately slides away from treated objects. But… » 7/17/13 1:51pm 7/17/13 1:51pm

I Bet You've Never Seen Water Bounce Before

Here's something you don't see every day: water bouncing. GE has developed some pretty incredible superhydrophobic surfaces in it's Global Research Nanotechnology lab, and they've captured the results with super-high speed cameras.
Hello everyone, I have some exciting videos that I want to share with you! Using a… » 11/20/08 1:20pm 11/20/08 1:20pm