Skully Technologies launched an ill-fated Indiegogo campaign in 2016, raising nearly $2.5 million in preorders for a motorcycle helmet with AR features, and then folding. Backers of that campaign will soon receive the Fenix AR — a helmet with a rear-view camera that displays a 180-degree view on a transparent display. It supports turn-by-turn navigation and (when connected to a phone via Bluetooth) voice commands, making phone calls and playing music.
Leonardo Da Vinci Catapult Kit… If you love assembling cool things that are fun to play with and challenge your mind, then you’ve likely got a room full of model cars, bottle ships, and intriguing kites you’ve already put together with patient, busy hands. How about…
The Nebia Is A ‘Smarter’ Shower Head… Your shower can be your solace from the busy world. It sets the tone for your morning, or it can be a relaxing close to a demanding workday. We’ve seen a few innovations in showerheads in the past few years, from rain-heads to…
Sling’s parent company Dish just birthed it a sibling for cord cutters and cord nevers who miss local broadcasts that you can only get via a cable or satellite subscription or antenna. AirTV looks like Roku mated with Fisher Price, but you’ll never lose that remote in the couch.
The 6DoF Blaster is an AR-ready laser tag gun. Merge has given it six-degree-of-freedom (6DoF) tracking, which phone-connected rival headsets have a hard time with. You can walk around with it, duck and aim quickly. Fun, and surely a sign that there are more AR toys to come.
Tired of low signal connection? Well then maybe NETGEAR Wi-Fi Wireless Network Range Extender can save you the the suffery! It creates an access point between you and your router and just as the name says, it extends the signal.
Introducing the Cocoon Tree… Are you looking for a different kind of camping experience? Check out Cocoon trees, which are kind of a wannabe tent. Actually, they are more than tents. They are private spaces where kids’ fantasies come true and where adventures become…
Basically, you place the PowerCup in your vehicle’s cup holder, you hook it up to your car’s power outlet (cigarette lighter plug) and you you start charging your gadgets. The PowerCup will charge laptops, tablets, smartphones, DVD players, portable game system, MP3 players and just about anything that requires electrical power to run.
It works perfectly as expected, but just take note of the way it is oriented in the pictures. When you install it into your system, the HD60 PRO logo that is almost always shown on the top will actually be on the bottom. It will not appear in your system looking as it is advertised, so just bear that in mind. It looks fine either way, in my opinion, but I didn’t realize that it would be that way until after I bought it. Works great for everything that I have used it for and the software is easy to learn.
Editor’s Note: A new version of the Stream 11 became available on Aug. 24 for $199, and the Stream 14 is available on Sept. 17 for $219. You can get them both at HP.com. This ultra-portable 11-inch, 2.6-pound laptop runs Windows 10 with 2GB of RAM memory. It has a solid state drive, so it’s fanless and very quiet. The battery life is up to 10 hours and 45 minutes.
Well worth the purchase if you can snag it for $18. It comes with 6 mini Shopkin eggs, two Shopkins, 2 sticker sheets and a plastic cup. The ice cube depicted in the ice dispenser is not included (unless it comes as one of the two) so we use it to dispense any Shopkin we stuff in there. I think this tends to be more fun. The fridge holds a good amount of Shopkins. We have over 30 in there and it still has room for more. I would recommend purchasing this over the Shopkins Vending Machine Tin, which is pretty much a tin box with 2 Shopkins going for the same price. The fridge is a better value.
It’s niche, but the Sprout G2, with its integrated 3D and 2D scanners, is perfect for product designers, CGI creators and other folks who can benefit from incorporating 3D models into their workflow. It’s also got a stylus-enabled touch mat that acts as a second screen.
GPRS:Class 12. GSM quad-band systems worldwide. GSM Frequencies:850/900/1800/1900 MHz. The device has GSM antenna and GPS antenna inside. Built-in overspeed alarm to remind speeding. GPS Sensitivity:-…
Actually, that brings up an interesting idea — imagine if Apple actually made an iCar? People would line up to buy one. It would drive itself. And it would completely die after two years, so you’d be forced to buy a new one. $15.99 – Etsy via Nerd Approved
Travelling with your new baby in-tow is nerve-wracking enough, and it can be tough to keep an eye on them in their rear-facing car seat, when you’re focused on the road ahead. That’s where this gadget is handy. The 360-degree rotating mirror is easy to install – simply attach it to a head rest – and ta-da! You can see your baby smiling back at you in your rear-view mirror. Where this product differs from others on the market is it comes with a remote control, so when it’s dark, you can turn the mirror’s very own light on and easily see your little one – even better, it lights up gradually so if your baby’s in the land of nod, they won’t wake up.
Relieve Stress With An Outdoor Canopy Bed… This unique take on a hammock makes it easy to kick back after a tough day at work or when the stresses of the day wear on you. Take the time to relax in this easy to use canopy bed and enjoy its pleasant rocking motion. As…
Have you ever been in a situation where you need your zipper fixed but couldnt do anything about it? Well this little useful gadget should be mandatory for traveling or camping as sometimes having a broken zipper is bad news.
Satechi SCH-121 mount and holder for smart phones and tablets is the ideal solution for drivers seeking a hands-free solution in their vehicle. The Satechi SCH-121 is always within easy reach, safe and convenient.
Remember Target Practice With Your Friends? Remember when you used to go out into the yard and shoot rocks at cans with your sling shot? You carried it in your back pocket so you were prepared for battle in a quick game created by you and your friends. You had target…
A kitchen timer for photographers! You might remember the awesome camera lens mug that we added a while ago that… well it was so damn popular that when we stumbled across this camera style kitchen timer we just knew that we had to add it to the site! This fully…
Gallium: Melting our Hearts Away Gallium is a rare earth metal that was first predicted to exist in the future by Russian scientist Dmitri Mendeleev who is also the father of the periodic table. This is a metal that doesn’t exist in pure form in the natural world….
Better still, the reinstallation is automatic and should only take a few minutes. The process might delete any data you have saved in these Windows apps, though, so backup anything important before you begin.
The modern day road warrior has a slew of mobile devices that he or she carries around at any one time, either out of the necessity of work, or simply because these are nice to have as they supposedly make life a whole lot more convenient. The smartphone is definitely a staple tool of just about everyone, whether they are living across a sprawling metropolis or tucked away in a quiet town somewhere, while the laptop is also another convenient device that helps in one’s productivity greatly. However, keeping them powered up when the battery level begins to dip can be tricking, especially when one is traveling. mophie has long had a track record of rolling out charging devices that will help keep evem the most digitally engaged road warrior’s devices powered up regardless of where they are. This time around, it would be the mophie Powerstation AC that takes center stage, being a high-capacity external battery with AC power and USB-C PD fast charging for laptops, tablets, smartphones and other devices.
Having muscle pain? Nobody around for a massage? Problem solved! with useful and unique tool you can massage your self at any given time at any place. Truly a must-have gadget regardless if you have back pains or not. Looks cool and inexpensive, what more wold you want right? Stop wasting time order now!
No more weak signal spots! Having wireless internet is pretty cool especially since it allows you to take your laptop or device anywhere in or outside of the house and then instantly connect to the the internet without having to worry about cords… but it’s…
What that means is that sometimes (and right now is one of those times) the list doesn’t change for a long time. So quite a few of the items you’ll see below have been there for months, and have even endured major releases (we’re looking at you iPhone X) in their field.
It is not known whether other software companies are explicitly drawing on that inspiration when featuring the word in names of their technologies or simply referring to the generic meaning. The word widget is older in this context. In the movie Back to School from 1986 by Alan Metter, there is a scene where an economics professor Dr. Barbay, wants to start for educational purposes a fictional company that produces widgets: It’s a fictional product.
HTC is upping its virtual reality game. The new Vive Pro will offer enhanced resolution, integrated headphones and, perhaps most important, a new wireless adaptor that will let you finally roam virtual worlds untethered.
Hisense’s $10,000 laser TV rig combines a short-throw projector with a 100-inch screen designed to reject ambient light. The projector itself has built-in speakers and Hisense includes a wireless subwoofer, too. Frickin’ lasers!
If you’re looking for extreme fun for you and your kids, without breaking the bank, you’re going to fly high with this gadget. The Nano Hexacopter is an amazing little flyer – crazy fast and very stable, it is the ultimate Mini Drone out there, and with a ridiculous price tag of $49.99 it’s also the cheapest one around.
The Moov Now doesn’t have all the bells and whistles you would associate with a fitness tracker. It doesn’t have GPS tracking, it doesn’t even have a screen; but what it does have is a cheap price tag and six-month battery life. Yes, you read that right: six months.