This gadget uses a 1.3 CMOS image sensor to record footage in case of an accident. The highest memory card it can hold is an SD 2GB, but that is good for up to 18 hours of footage, more than enough when you consider that you probably won't be driving for all 18 hours, and the gadget is programmable to record at 2-3 second or 3 minute intervals. You power the device with two AAA batteries, or by a standard DC 12V charger.
The Amphibious R/C Tank must be the brainchild of a military genius, because it's ability to simulate a real tank in battle is extraordinary. The Tank starts in a sitting position, looking as harmless as a... well, as a child's toy. But with one touch of your remote control, the Amphibious R/C Tank rotates its arms, setting the wheels on the ground, and takes off.
The NavSat Shoes go right on your feet to make sure that while all the other tourists are scratching their heads, you're walking with the confidence of a native. Using the same technology as what's found in a GPS, the SatNav Shoes guide from you point to point without any fuss.
What your little gadget needs is a power source. So while you're pondering, look up, stare at the sun, and realize a light bulb has turned on. With the help of the Freeloader Solar Charger, you now never have to worry about running out of power.
The mind boggles when trying to come up with any other use for this gadget, but the Ovei Pod from Oculas Group is too neat not to try out while you consider the ramifications of a home condensed to one little pod.