If it isn’t abundantly clear by now, the Internet of Things is no longer a and everyone is looking to stay digitally connected to just about every part of their daily life. An area of significant digital growth over the past year or so has been the automobile. If you are like me, you spend a solid chunk of your day hanging out in your car going to and from work. Thankfully, some really creative gadget-makers have made that time a bit more entertaining and productive.
With Smart Wheel, safety challenges can be solved by technology with main functions. Firstly, it will snap onto any steering wheel and use patented sensing technology to encourage safe driving and help drivers stay focused on the road. Additionally, Smart Wheel’s real-time feedback will also make drivers be aware of distracted driving behaviors before a potential accident.
The quick ‘n’ easy way to slice your strawberries! Every now and then we come across a new gadget that’s not trying to be revolutionary or change the world but is so simple and clever that you’ve just got to have one… and that’s exactly what the strawberry slicer is…
The invisible ink pen with UV light. Get your spy on and write some secret coded messages that nobody will be able to read without a UV light with this badass invisible ink pen. It’s dead easy to use. To use the device just write your secret message on a piece of…
The Nintendo controller backpack. Re-live you’re old school gaming days with this super sweet Nintendo bag that’s design is based off that of the old NES controllers from way back. This stylish backpack even has a dual zip closure with each of the pulls being…
It has a knife, bottle opener, scissors, Phillips head, flathead screwdriver, nail file, LED light, and a RETRACTABLE BALLPOINT PEN! All in a ridiculously compact form factor. I’m reasonably sure I’ll never have a set of keys without one of these on it ever again. —axj66
When it comes to digitizer tablets, there is one particular name that stands above the rest: Wacom. Wacom has been a mainstay in the world of digitizer tablets and pens, and the company continues to cement its legacy in this area with the latest Cintiq Pro 24-inch pen display. This is a brand new high performance mid-sized display that has been specially built for cutting-edge creative and design applications, taking into consideration how the industry is moving into augmented and virtual reality sectors as well.
In a nice change from all the army of smart devices which expect you to make conversation, this Wi-Fi/Bluetooth-connected motion sensor recognizes gestures to control the troops. But if you like the choice between waving and chatting, the company will also be offering a Bixi 2 with voice support.
Those who are always working out and would like to keep track of the various metrics through the entire fitness regime would definitely have a heart rate monitor of sorts. Well, with the world moving towards integration of functionality in many aspects, Sweetzpot decided to work on the FLOW, a wearable fitness device that will bring together a breathing sensor as well as a heart rate monitor. FLOW arrives in the form of a comfortable chest band with the claim that it can help improve athletic stamina as well as performance.
Rear View Mirror with 3.5″ Backup Camera consists of an attachable rear view mirror with a built-in 3.5-inch monitor–no need to have another dash mounted monitor. Features include standby with auto on mode when camera is on, a new weatherproof camera housing, a new swivel camera with wide view angle, and a wireless transmitter.
The first 8K (7,680×4,320-pixel) display, this 32-inch monitor crams in enough resolution to retouch the hairs off a model’s face and nudge your pixels precisely in Adobe Illustrator. It doesn’t match that by covering the entire Rec 2020 color space — it’s only 10-bit color, not 12-bit — and it’s not clear whether it stores the color profiles in hardware or not, but you can’t expect everything at once. For $5,000, though, Dell should throw in the calibrator for free.