Is the Micro the most affordable 3D printer ever made? The Micro is a cube-shaped device, 7.3-inch wide and weighing roughly 2.2 lbs. It works with Windows, Mac and Linux, has a USB-compatible connection, and supports a number of different materials, including ABS, PLA and Nylon. Currently available on Kickstarter, this 3D printer surpassed it’s … Continue reading The Micro – An affordable $299 3D printer currently on Kickstarter
Remember that amazing phone concept using blocks – Google’s initiative to create a fully modular smartphone? Well here’s a new video for it – primarily focusing on the team behind the project, you also get to see some interesting details about what could be the future of smartphones. The video shows an early prototype of … Continue reading Phonebloks – Latest video about the modular Smartphone
Almost exactly one year after Oculus shipped the original virtual reality dev kit, they’re back with the DK2, the second development kit for the Oculus Rift. Boosting big improvements over the original, including a low-persistence OLED display and low-latency positional head tracking – this kit is set to be a big hit with developers. The … Continue reading Oculus Rift – Announces new Virtual Reality development kit
Dash earphones, designed and create by a company called Bragi could be the greatest headphones ever made. Currently a Kickstarter project, Dash earphones will connect to any mobile device via bluetooth and play music. Sporting more gadgets than James Bond – other features include a built in MP3 player with 4GB storage, a Microphone, Bluetooth Headset, USB … Continue reading The Dash – Are these the greatest headphones ever made?
A new San Francisco-based startup – SeeSpace, combines web content with television programming in a way that makes information-rich viewing experiences. The video demonstrates their vision for the future of television, revolutionizing the way we watch TV by repositioning internet content in the space in front of the TV screen. Check them out on Kickstarter, … Continue reading Augmented Reality TV System: The Future of Television?
The new Avegant Glyph virtual reality headset looks like a nice alternative to the Oculus Rift. It looks like a standard headset, that is until you move the headband down over your eyes… and you’re greeted with a fully-functional visual visor that displays movies, television shows, video games or any other media connected via the attached HDMI … Continue reading Avegant Glyph: The new virtual reality headset knocking on Oculus Rift’s door
The world could be at your fingertips thanks to a new gesture controlled ring from Fin. Fin enables the user to control up to three devices- from your smartphone to your car radio, this ring will give you the ability to control it. With five pre-programmed gestures, users will also be able to create custom … Continue reading Fin: control your smartphone with a gesture controlled ring
Jack Supple, president of Lakemaid Beer, unveiled the idea last week on YouTube, showing off exactly how easy it could be for fishermen on Minnesota’s Mille Lacs Lake to get a frosty brew via a drone.
The Pebble smartwatch is not only one of the most functional smartwatches available, it’s also one of the most attractive with its new addition – The Pebble Steel. In its first 12 months of availability, the first Pebble has found its way onto over 300,000 wrists and become one of the most recognizable names in the growing smartwatch space.
Browsing through Kickstarter, I came across this new little gadget – effectively turning your iPhone into a DSLR camera remote control. The app also comes with a timelapse feature – useful for those people trying to get started with timelapse photography. For more information take a look at their Kickstarter campaign.
The future of gaming is here, in the form of a virtual reality headset called Oculus Rift. Order your development kit today for just $300 – oculusvr.com
Known as M-Blocks, the robots are cubes with no external moving parts. Nonetheless, they’re able to climb over and around one another, leap through the air, roll across the ground, and even move while suspended upside down from metallic surfaces.
Gesture controls are taking off in the world of gaming with the likes of Kinect – and desktop environments like the Leap motion. The dynamic, however is struggling to find its place in the world of mobile – that is until now. The Umoove app (no extra hardware needed) allows you to control your phone … Continue reading Umoove’s App tracks your face to control game play with no extra hardware
Probably the most useful gadget I’ve owned to date – The Olloclip 3-in-One Photo Lens for my iPhone. Essentially it’s a slip on lens for your iPhone, providing a wide-angle, Fisheye and Macro lens all in a small, stylish bundle. Available in a variety of different styles and lenses, the range available has expanded since … Continue reading Olloclip 3-in-One Photo Lens for the iPhone 4, 4s, 5 and 5s
Coin is a smartphone-connected device that can store usage information from multiple cards (up to 8 at any one time), and essentially replaces the credit/debit cards you normally carry. Its compatibility ranges from debit and credit cards to gift cards, loyalty cards, and membership cards. For further information check out the website onlycoin.com Coin is now … Continue reading Coin – One Credit Card to Rule Them All
Sony’s newest 4K Handicam makes shooting UHD a possibility for filmmakers on tighter budgets. Anyone that makes videos for YouTube will know that they are now beginning to introduce the 4K resolution, and if you’re on a bit of a budget this could be the perfect answer.
Another big contender in the smartwatch space; the Neptune Pine packs two cameras and a fully functional Android 4.1 Operating System. For further information visit www.neptunepine.com
Place this small gadget cube onto a surface, and you can capture the colour of that surface – which is then sent to your smartphone via the app. It’s a simple concept but could be a fantastic tool for designers. It has already reached it’s goal on Kickstarter, but if you head over to indiegogo.com you can pre-order the device for $100.00 … Continue reading The SwatchMate gadget Cube captures any colour on any surface
Ozobot is a new, fun robot game piece that moves seamlessly on your tablet and on physical surfaces to let you enjoy a variety of single and multiplayer games. Retailing for $59.95 – the company hope to ship Ozobot in time for the 2014 holiday season.