As smartphone screens have gotten larger, they’ve become our go-to entertainment devices. But there are still many times in which you may want to watch movies or TV shows on a much larger screen when a TV isn’t nearby. That’s where the Movi smartphone comes in: The $599 Android phone includes an integrated projector that can project 720p videos.
Having muscle pain? Nobody around for a massage? Problem solved! with this 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!
Philips’ headband isn’t designed to help you get more sleep. Rather, it’s meant to help you get the most out of your sleep. The headband emits a tone that the company says improves slow wave sleep, the stage in the sleep cycle at which brain waves and breathing slow to their lowest levels.
Camping is a great way to get some fresh air and to take a break from the bustle of everyday life. Indulging in the beauty and scenery of nature has traditionally meant going without modern conveniences. Not anymore. A group of clever individuals came together and…
Have you tried setting your torch or light source somewhere so that you could use your hands? or asked someone to hold the light while you do something? Well struggle no more with the LED Headlamp Beanie Cap. Its hands free! what more would you need? this cool gadget is perfect for hiking, camping, biking and of course on situations where light is need at night time, like fixing your car or cooking a bbq!
The USB Cigarette Lighter. Tired of carrying around too much stuff in your pockets? If you frequently carry both a lighter and a USB drive on you wherever you go then maybe it’s time to cut down the weight load by combining the two with this slick cigarette lighter…
Welcome to Way Cool Gadgets! We are a website that’s dedicated to bringing you the most ridiculously awesome gadgets from around the internet that you’ve ever seen. We have ransacked the web looking far and wide for downright cool gadgets that we think everybody should know about. Some of these gadgets are extremely clever, some are ideal for geeks and some are just downright weird. One thing that they all have in common though is that they’re all incredibly unique and it’s unlikely that you’ll find them anywhere else. We’ve divided all of the gizmos that we feature on the site into several categories ranging from ‘Novelty’ to ‘Cheap’. You can find gadgets of any type by choosing a specific category from the menu above. Don’t forget to connect with us on your favorite social media website so that we can let you know about new and exciting gadgets as we add them to the site. You can follow us on either Facebook, Twitter or Google+ (or all three!). By doing so you’ll be the first to find out when we add cool new gadgets to the website. We’re constantly adding new and interesting stuff so make sure that you check back regularly!
What it does: Not only a food processor, this nifty machine weighs, cooks, chops, crushes, emulsifies, whips, mixes, steams, blends, kneads, grinds, simmers, grates and mills. Designed by Vorwerk it’s the ultimate in German engineering with touch controls that monitor weighing scales and set heat needs instantly – but it will also sit comfortably on any counter top without demanding too much space. Serves up perfect stews, sauces, soups and jams.
Bring The Moon To Your Bedroom If you’ve ever wanted to fall asleep by the light of the moon without sleeping outdoors, now you can. The moon wall lamp by Uncle Milton lets you enjoy the shining beauty of the moon while it hangs majestically on your wall. Both kids…
CARS.COM — The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety continues to raise the bar, making its crash tests tougher and requiring automakers to include more active safety equipment to receive… Read More
Install instruction of the shadow light: Stick the Magnet on the bottom of the car frame. Stick the car light on the car door. The distance between the Magnet & Car light is about 10mm. When you close…
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!
The zombie style bottle opener. This seriously kick ass zombie bottle opener is made by the good people over at Odd Art Fabrications. These guys specialize in making all sorts of weird and wonderful products ranging from musical instruments to automotive fabrications…
I just purchased these in early February 2012, so the design, description, and review is current as of the date. This is my third pair of Mechanix Original Gloves. I still have the Mechanix Off-Shore Oil Rig worker gloves that I use for skateboarding and outdoor sporting activities, and I had tried a pair of Mechanix M-Pact gloves but I didn’t like those.
My first car was an early ’80s Volvo with a bald front tire. The only tech it had inside was a radio and a heater and I felt pretty fortunate that both were working. Plus, I got away with having a crappy car because during the whole grunge period, people kind of revered junk. It was like a badge of honor.
Are you a drinker? We have gadgets for that. Are you a complete nerd? We are too and we have gadgets for that. Are you really cool? Probably not, but we have gadgets for those people as well. Whatever your flavor you certainly will find it. If you can’t find it then you need to search again.
Take the massage chair experience on the road with the Wagan heated massage cushion. It plugs into your car’s power socket and delivers a heated massage to 10 magnetic therapy points as you drive. Plus, you can target problem areas with the remote control. You’ll feel completely relaxed and serene — almost weightless really. Oh wait, that’s because the car smashed into the rear end of another vehicle and your body is currently sailing through the air. $40.52 – Amazon
A new Samsung C-Lab project called S-Ray lets you to listen to your devices without disturbing others by beaming sound straight into your ears. The company says the technology could be used with a number of different devices including a Bluetooth speaker, a phone cover and a personal neckband. Though the prototype’s audio quality wasn’t stellar, it was impressive to hear music — without headphones — over the tremendous din of Las Vegas.
These bands for your wrists and ankles use accelerometers and an app to coach you to develop more graceful movement. That’s neat in itself, but their ability to approximate full-body motion makes me think they’d be a great start for a consumer motion-capture system. That’s just how I roll.
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.
Great car features start out as quirky ideas, ones you might easily dismiss before you realize their genius. Here’s a rundown of vehicle tech from startups and suppliers that caught our attention — and our best guess on whether the products will make it into cars.
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As a little aside, there were a couple companies that were trying to tackle the combination of music and VR. Aerodrums, a company that allows you to drum without a drum has just introduced a VR component. Aerodrums works with traditional drum sticks that have reflective balls at the tip and reflective panels that are attached to your feet. A camera then captures any movements made, allowing you to drum without a physical kit (and, when fed into headphones, without making any noise!). The new upgrade takes this same format but now allows for more immersive drumming using a VR headset. Some drumming pros I spoke to said that although they might not use the VR component themselves, they could see it being incredibly useful for beginners, and as a tool for delivering drum lessons. This was the overall vibe I got from most VR experiences — perhaps fun for beginners, but in terms of a viable alternative for pros, not quite there yet (or maybe just not needed).