It’s also a pretty great mouse mat.
Your computer knows more colors than you do. In fact, representing them in 24-bit RGB, it knows an amazing 16,777,216 different hues — and this video shows each one exactly once.
Absent from the visible spectrum and neither a wave nor a particle, the color pink is, for many, a scientific enigma: how can a shade that doesn't even appear in the rainbow exist? The answer lies in color theory.
If you want to feel like you're tripping out on wonderful drugs and/or see all the colors of the RGB spectrum in one image, going to the allRGB website should have you covered. It's a project that show off images that contain all 16,777,216 distinct colors inside the RGB spectrum. Each of those colors pop up in a…
In case you sometimes struggle to visualize the RGB color space on a computer, American artist Tauba Auerbach has created a handy reference guide: a cubic book that shows off all the colors in existence.
My left wrist grinds like a cement mixer thanks to my numerous automotive altercations while riding at night and is a testament to the importance of proper visibility. With the Supaheroe cycle jacket, you'll be visible from space—or at least three car-lengths.
Energizer's latest industrial-grade flashlight will take LEDs to war...or just your next backyard camping trip.
OLED screens are pretty awesome all around, but they have more than a few Achilles Heels to overcome before they're accepted into the mainstream. That said, one of the hurdles has allegedly fallen this weekend, thanks to new research out of South Korea. According to the AP, South Korean scientists have developed an…