“Isn’t San Diego Comic Con in July?” you might be wondering. And you’d be right. But Adam went to the first inaugural Silicon Vally Comic Con on a personal invite from Steve Wozniak, and he pulled out all stops.
Mythbusters may have finally called it a day, but that seems to have freed up time for Adam Savage to get back to what he does best: build props.
Adam Savage, of Mythbusters and Tested, is a known space suit geek, and he’s expressed his love for the design of the suits on The Martian quite a bit on social media. Now, Fox has sent him a suit to look over.
On tonight’s episode of Mythbusters, Adam and Jamie return to Star Wars for some inspirations. Among the things they figure out? Just how fast a blaster shot moves, and how people can dodge out of the way.
When we caught up with Adam Savage at San Diego Comic Con, he was excited to talk about all things Star Wars. For one thing, he’s got a special Star Wars episode of MythBusters coming up. For another, though, he visited the set of The Force Awakens, and saw something really, really cool.
Mythbuster’s Adam Savage is known for his fantastic prop building skills and love of costumes. This year, he raised the bar—with a real astronaut, in an astronaut costume
When Adam Savage ordered a replica of Captain Kirk’s Star Trek chair off eBay, he found it to be “totally sad and not accurate.” What’s a fanboy who also happens to be capable of building practically anything to do? Watch the (long, but entertaining and Shatner-approved) video below to find out.
Admit it: you’ve looked longingly at Captain Kirk’s bulky but oddly attractive leather chair and thought “yes, I need that in my life.” It’s okay. We all have. Even Adam Savage. Especially Adam Savage.
I am not usually a covetous person, but Adam Savage's painstakingly accurate replicas of the blue flight jacket worn by NASA's Apollo astronauts and the iconic, silver, full-body spacesuit used during the Agency's Mercury missions literally have me making grabby-hands at my computer screen.
So Wired brought a 400 pound, 9.5-foot-tall robot mech to Comic-Con. Born out of a collaboration between Stan Winston School and Legacy Effects (the same people behind the armor in Pacific Rim and Iron Man) it's... impressive, to say the least – something this reaction from Mythbuster's Adam Savage makes abundantly…
Tomorrow night in San Francisco, Mythbusters' Adam Savage is appearing live on stage with That Is All author John Hodgman. And we're giving away a free pair of tickets! All you have to do is answer one question: What ancient mythology do you want Savage and Hodgman to bust? (e.g., "You can't give birth through your…
Patton Oswalt's Halloween dream was to transform into the villainous Doc Ock - but he only had four hours to do it. Mythbuster Adam Savage was more than happy to oblige, and he created a mind-blowing costume in record time. Watch Savage create Doc Ock from inside his lair, and gain inspiration for your own…
There are two reasons to be excited about The Apparition, the horror movie that comes out tomorrow: 1) Tom Felton playing a paranormal investigator type. 2) It's got a college science experiment gone wrong, that unleashes some horrible supernatural presence that grows stronger the more people believe in it. If you…
At the 2011 Bay Area Maker Faire, Adam Savage of Mythbusters teamed up with Tesla coil musical troupe ArcAttack for some freestyle cage dancing. This is definitely one of those "Don't Try This At Home" moments.
It couldn't happen to more deserving geeks. The guys behind Mythbusters, Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage, have signed a new, multiyear contract for the show. And they've got a development deal with Discovery Channel to produce several new television series, too.
At the Maker Faire in San Mateo, California over the weekend, imaginative geeks came from all over the world to share their weird projects involving everything from robots to DiY helicopters. One project that got my attention was something mentioned by Adam "Mythbusters" Savage in a presentation he gave yesterday.…