The Map of Mathematics from Quanta Magazine explains key concepts with animated visualizations.
TinkerSynth is a generative art machine, modeled after a synth.
Lawyer, musician, and technologist Damien Riehl and Noah Rubin designed and wrote a program to record every possible 8-note, 12-beat melody and released the results — all 68+ billion melodies, 2.6 terabytes of data — into the public domain.
Stylized as a cyberpunk bracelet, a "wearable jammer" was developed by a trio of professors at the University of Chicago. In addition to looking punk rock as all hell, the device emits ultrasonic noise that interferes with microphones' ability to record yet is inaudible to humans.
What stands out most is Tesla's integrated central control unit, or "full self-driving computer." Also known as Hardware 3, this little piece of tech is the company's biggest weapon in the burgeoning EV market. It could end the auto industry supply chain as we know it.