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This ultra-utilitarian design is the ultimate in ambulatory aids. Designed for the elderly and anyone else with a walking disability, this sensible solution is foldable to transition from rollator/walker to a comfortable and portable seat. Whether at the destination or at a break along the way, users are sure to appreciate its practical dual functionality!
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This EEG headset from Belgian research center Imec can assess your emotional state based on signals from the front of your brain. There are therapeutic applications, sure, but it also has the potential to improve your memory when you’re learning, match music to your mood or even adjust your emotions by changing your music.
This would make the perfect gift for that person who loves their job. Between all of the useless papers cluttering your desk or that important presentation for next week, store it all in these multi-colored crap boxes. if you search for something to set the mood, look no further!
Technology companies like Apple, Samsung, Microsoft and more are constantly finding new ways to improve their cutting-edge products, whether it’s with stunning new hardware designs, useful software improvements, or by coming up with entirely new products we didn’t even know we wanted.
Another one of these best iPhone accessories is the TaoTronics Bluetooth Headphones. Perfect workout headphones that are snug and secure so the headphones stay put while running, biking or at the gym. Built-in magnets let you attach the two headphones together when not using, and wear like a necklace around your neck, a convenient way to carry around when you don’t need them.
Other radical breakthroughs include Apple’s singing poop emoji and Bodega, a startup founded by ex-Googlers whose core innovation was a mid-century modern vending machine with a veneer of cultural insensitivity.
Hailed by Time as one of the best inventions of 2017, the Ember is an app-controlled, 10-ounce ceramic mug that’ll keep your morning coffee the perfect, preferred temperature even if, owing to deadlines, you don’t finish it ’til the evening. The list price is $79.95; get it directly from Ember, or look for one, as they say, at a Starbucks near you.
Have you ever wanted a gigantic Jumbotron for your own home? Good news! Samsung has developed the MicroLED — a version of its Cinema Screen technology used in movie theaters — for your house. The new model, called The Wall, measures a mind-blowing 146 inches.
Kino-mo’s Hypervsn Wall is getting a lot of attention here in Las Vegas. Made up of multiple propeller-looking modules adorned with programmable LEDs, the Wall creates holographic images up to 3 meters in size.
Garmin could leave Apple in the dust with this one. The Forerunner music watch, with storage for 500 songs, also supports GPS, Garmin Pay and has physical buttons instead of a touchscreen — which may be preferable for those on the move.
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.
NEEO is a revolutionary smart system that lets you control all your devices from one remote and even knows who you are when you pick it up! Two parts, the brain and the remote, work in tandem to control everything from your sound system to your TV and lights. With the NEEO app you can also harness the power of “the brain” using your smartphone! See it action —>