The the Airlander combines technologies used in airships, fixed-wing aircraft, and helicopters. The manufacturer foresees commercial applications including adventure travel and short-hop inter-city flights.
If you’re hankering to be a real-world Steampunk Explorer, OceanGate Expeditions is seeking Mission Specialists for a series of expeditions to explore the undersea wreckage of the RMS Titanic.
Organizers of the Watch City Steampunk Festival are seeking entries for the Mad Science Expo, Virtual Edition, which will be part of this year’s online event scheduled for May 8.
If steampunks have an official holiday, it’s undoubtedly Halloween. And now a website in the UK has used the power of science to determine the scariest movies ever made.
The Museum of Underwater Art, off the coast of Queensland, features submerged sculptures by Jason deCaires Taylor. Made from non-toxic, marine-grade cement, they become artificial reefs that attract coral and other sea life.
Denis Shiryaev worked his video restoration magic on a 1902 film of the Wuppertal Suspension Railway, aka The Flying Train.
Chris Crocker-White raised eyebrows for a steampunk-style Geiger counter powered by a Raspberry Pi computer.
Numerous actors have brought Nikola Tesla to life. Now an engineer in Germany has done so in a different way.
AI tools have transformed old film footage into a virtual time-travel experience to North England in 1900 and 1901.
Thanks to research from Canada, steampunk costume designers may someday have a flexible new option for illuminating their work.