To celebrate Transparent’s five wins at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards, Amazon is selling Prime subscriptions for just $67, today only. That’s $32 less than usual, and the best deal they’ve ever offered on their marquee (and increasingly prolific) service.
Get ready. From 12:00am ET to 11:59pm PT on Friday, September 25, all new Amazon Prime memberships will cost $67. Normally, they cost $99, a price that’s still one of the best deals in tech. The sale is one day only, and the occasion is Amazon’s five Emmy wins. Everybody wins!
Damn, science. Researchers at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China have created a see through eggshell to keep track of how an embryo grows over time. The material is made from a soft, silicon-based organic polymer that maintains the shape of a real eggshell but is completely transparent.
As promised, Amazon is selling 1-year memberships to Amazon Prime for just $72 right now (down from $99) in celebration of the 72nd Annual Golden Globes. Plus, everyone can also stream the award-winning Transparent for free today, even without a membership. I've watched it, and can't think of a better way to spend…
It's difficult to believe it, but it took just three days marinating in a sugar-water solution to turn the opaque tissue pictured on the left into the clear example on the right.
These clothes are perfect for every beautiful person on this planet. Called Intimacy 2.0 and made by Studio Roosegaarde, they're made of leather and smart e-foils and totally look futuristically stylish. The best part though? The material turns transparent as a person's heartbeat increases. Oh yes.
That's my hand. It's behind the Haier Designer Transparent TV. Yeah, a TV that you can see through. Cool. Super cool. Super duper cool, even. But why?
I know, I know—another weekend stretches before us, a weekend full of twiddling thumbs and watching paint dry before work begins yet again on Monday. So why not make your gadgets transparent? Seriously. Photojojo has a great tutorial, which works on computers, laptops, iPads, TVs...[Photojojo]
At first glance I thought this Ghost Pontiac had just been dressed up in x-ray style decals, but I suppose the clue's in the name. Made in 1939 from plexiglass, it was the US' first transparent car.
Airbus looked ahead forty years and designed the perfect plane for its future customers.
It seems like a simple enough question - why are some materials transparent while others are opaque? But, as this video from the University of Nottingham's Sixty Symbols project explains, a lot of the most common explanations you get are fundamentally wrong. Watch a professional scientist recoil in horror at the…
When you replaced the old iPhone 3G cover with a transparent case, it revealed a fugly side. But with the iPhone 4, the inner workings and hidden guts are surprisingly good lookin'. Here's how to turn your iPhone 4 transparent.
Iori Tomita, a Japanese artist, combines art and science by turning the flesh of marine life transparent. And to enhance each creature's invisibility, he injected dye into their bones too. It's a pretty psychedelic combination.
I don't know what's going on over at Samsung, but as PMPs die, you've got to come up with some way to differentiate your product—and I guess a see-through screen is as good a way as any.
From the same land that transparent frogs were created in, comes the see-through goldfish. Japanese scientists hope that due to the organs and heart being visible, it'll eliminate the need to dissect them in schools and laboratories.
This is what may have happened if Jonathan Ive from Summer 2001—who designed the iMac graphite on the right—had a time machine to travel back and design the Mac SE/20 in 1987.
What are nudists to do when enjoying their favorite watersports? I mean, safety is one thing, but wearing a traditional lifejacket means unsightly tan lines and breasts yearning to be free. Fortunately a Korean company has manufactured a transparent lifejacket dubbed the "Zak Nudevest" that ensures buoyancy and…