No longer consigned to gimbal mounts, GoPro announces the production of its first drone, Karma. It has a sleek looking design that can fold for transit. We haven’t gotten our hands on one yet, but they’ll be available on October 23 for anyone who is interested.

Lior with the Arizona Autobots. With DP Danit Sigler, Producer Matt Stolarz, And Optimus Prime voice actor Marc Dubos

Lior with the Arizona Autobots. With DP Danit Sigler, Producer Matt Stolarz, And Optimus Prime voice actor Marc Dubos

Autobots assemble! When director Lior Molcho discovered the Arizona Autobots, a cosplay group of Transformers enthusiasts, he knew he wanted to work with them to create the ultimate fan-made Transformers movie.

A top-notch team of scientists gathered recently to answer a very important question: How many Make: magazines can a column made from a single sheet of paper bear before collapsing? The results of this study were shocking.

Is VR a thing? VR might be a thing. Virtual reality may not seem especially life changing at the moment, but that’s a typical attitude for new technologies when they are in their infant stages. Jory MacKay writes about where virtual reality is today, and what it will take to push virtual reality to the future.

A DIY Halloween can take some prep-time, so we’re getting things started now!

FIGURE 2-44: Standing on top of the Rondo-reinforced helmet

FIGURE 2-44: Standing on top of the Rondo-reinforced helmet

As much as we like to fantasize about what we’d be able to do with better, more high tech tools, Shawn Thorsson shows us that you can make sturdy, detailed armour for cosplay with just some paper, some resin, some bondo, and some time.

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Candy often takes center stage when it comes to Halloween treats, but Christine McConnell’s monstrous cakes might make you want to try something a bit more ambitious for your next Halloween party. We review Christine’s cookbook which includes lots of recipes and many amazing projects to choose from.

The timing on store-bought animatronic props are almost never perfect. Like comedy, horror is all about timing, so don’t leave this to chance! Instead you can control your props from your phone. So when you see that trick-or-treater approaching your porch, you can activate your prop with a quick touch of a button.