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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.
Honda’s new concept robots may be just as cute as they are useful. At CES, the company showcased its 3E Robotics concept, which includes several robot companions all designed to serve different functions.
Luckily, this light, with the help of its human motion-activated sensor, softly illuminates the inside of your toilet bowl whenever you go near it. And turns back off the moment you leave. Powered by just 3 AAA batteries, and easily clipped onto the side of almost any toilet, everyone can turn their bathroom into a mystical one.
Weight: 155g | Dimensions: 148.9 x 68.1 x 8mm | OS: Android 7 | Screen size: 5.8-inch | Resolution: 1440 x 2960 | CPU: Exynos 8895 | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64GB | Battery: 3000mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 8MP
Christmas decorative fanatic? Well then Lumenplay bluetooth LED Christmas lights is perfect for you! control the colors and patterns with bluetooth! this is what technology has come to, control everything with by hand.
This video presents a list of the 10 Kickstarter Projects that are the coolest and most funded projects at the moment (February, 2018). This is a two part video, and the second part should be relea…
By the second half of the twentieth century, the term gadget had taken on the connotations of compactness and mobility. In the 1965 essay The Great Gizmo (a term used interchangeably with gadget throughout the essay), the architectural and design critic Reyner Banham defines the item as:
One of the big problems with the current state of the VR art is that it really doesn’t fully engage your senses. But how do you get haptic feedback for your tootsies? Taclim’s tackling that with prototype VR shoes that will let you feel it as you’re virtually tiptoeing through the tulips and wading on the shore.
I received this cool product. It comes in two parts.. The main part of the bottle where you put your water and the skinny part with all the holes… That’s for your fruit of choice…. You can fill it with strawberries, blueberries, lemon, oranges, or even mint.. At least this is what has been tried and worked out great..
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GOFAR is an intelligent in-car device that drives your car smarter: it help your car cut your time in traffic, reduce emissions and save on fuels. In trials, this gadget cuts fuel use up to 30%. So, how does it work to help your car?
Are you secretly jealous of all your friends who brag about how they are saving cash (and the Earth) with their hybrid vehicles? (They can laugh all they want at your gigantic truck, but who are they going to come crying to when they need to haul 10,000 pounds of IKEA furniture?)
The Lego minifigure ice cube tray. Lego fans everywhere can now serve up ice cubes for all of their favorite drinks lego style. These fun Lego ice cube trays can make a total of eight Lego ice cube men per and they come out looking exactly like the real thing….
The only USB stick for a transformers fan. If you are a Transformers fan then it’s time to ditch your boring old USB drive and upgrade to something with a bit more character… like this Transformers USB stick for example! This clever USB stick transforms from a flash…
The Phyn Plus water monitoring is installed on your main water line, and over time it learns the unique vibration of each appliance and faucet water flows through. Alerts arrive on your phone if a leak is detected, allowing you to remotely turn off the water to your home.
The UV Sense is a tiny wearable that sticks to a fingernail or on your sunglasses. The tiny sticker then tracks the amount of UV rays you’re exposed to, and after it syncs with your iOS or Android device, the app will chart your UV exposure and help you make decisions on when to go inside or put on sunscreen. And since it doesn’t have a battery, you don’t need to worry about charging it before heading outside. UV Sense will ship this year.
When it comes to pen tablets, virtually nobody does it better than Wacom, which is why they are still around after so many years. In fact, the team over at Wacom have come up with the all-new Intuos pen tablet that will certainly help budding digital artists and professionals alike to get creative r…
This video shows the top five crazy and cool gadgets for your home! Get ready for some strange, but nonetheless cool gadgets, that you have never seen before. This is some innovative home innovatio…
When the music beats, the equalizer moves to the beat of music! Luminous uniform soft,not glare,no flicker,no radiation. Cool Flashing Light increases safety while driving at night; at the same time, …
The origins of the word gadget trace back to the 19th century. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, there is anecdotal (not necessarily true) evidence for the use of gadget as a placeholder name for a technical item whose precise name one can’t remember since the 1850s; with Robert Brown’s 1886 book Spunyarn and Spindrift, A sailor boy’s log of a voyage out and home in a China tea-clipper containing the earliest known usage in print. The etymology of the word is disputed.
The smallest car DVR with HD 720P resolution and 120 degrees wide angle. It can clearly record the condition in front of your car. You can paste it on the front glass of your car portably. With mini size, it will be portable and save space. And the DVR can be connected to the car built in GPS directly to display the video.
Introducing the self stirring coffee mug If you’re always on the run and finding yourself constantly late to work fighting for every extra minute of time that you get get than we think we have found the perfect solution for you. Introducing the self stirring coffee…
Excite your bedroom with the Psychedelic Moonlight Pillow with LED Lights. Yes its as good as it sounds! a pillow with LED lights! they light up as you see in the pictures, feels like a normal pillow and pretty much just a cool item.
EE’s own-brand devices all have a bird of prey theme and the Buzzard is a car-optimised 4G Wi-Fi hotspot. The bright yellow drink-can sized packaging actually makes the thing look more interesting than it is, as inside it is a pretty regular 4G USB dongle made by Huawei and a 12v car charger. Plug the former into the latter and the latter into the fag lighter and the dongle generates a Wi-Fi network that can support up to ten devices at a time.
If you are a of a lava lamp then you will surely love the soundsoul water dancing bluetooth speakers! and did i forget mention they have a built in battery? YES!! which means you can take these bad boys anywhere! its just an awesome electronic.
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.
Awesome playing cards for steampunk nuts. If you’re nuts about steampunk then these are the playing cards for you. They’ve been pulled straight out of the future from a time when gears and steam rule supreme and we have to say – they’re nothing short of badass. The…
The earliest documented use of the term gadget in context of software engineering was in 1985 by the developers of AmigaOS, the operating system of the Amiga computers (intuition.library and also later gadtools.library). It denotes what other technological traditions call GUI widget—a control element in graphical user interface. This naming convention remains in continuing use (as of 2008) since then.
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!
Simply press the button found on the front of the device and it will flip open just as an actual key fob. When ready, press the power button on the side of the device 5 times within 2 seconds to turn …