• Dyson 360 Eye Robo-Vacuum Brings 360-Degree Camera, Tank Treads, And Maximum Suction Power

    Dyson 360 Eye Robo-Vacuum Brings 360-Degree Camera, Tank Treads, And Maximum Suction Power

    Ever since robotic vacuum cleaners went mainstream, we’ve been waiting to see the king of vacuums take their stab at the game.  And for a long time, Dyson just didn’t seem interested in taking a piece of that growing pie.  Turns out, that changes now with the new Dyson Eye 360. Unsurprisingly, the company is making a big splash on the scene, with a device that’s, arguably, one of the most advanced in the market.  No, it will still likely [...]

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  • MindRDR Lets Users Control Google Glass Using Your Thoughts

    MindRDR Lets Users Control Google Glass Using Your Thoughts

    Because wearing Google Glass around town wasn’t strange enough, somebody made a software that combines it with an EEG biosensor headset to turn you into an even more strange-looking tech nerd.  Seriously, it turns you into futuristic cyborg supersoldier levels of weird-looking.  Called MindRDR, the app lets you activate Google Glass’ camera shutter using nothing but your thoughts. But forget the looks part for a minute, this is not a bad idea at all. When paired with MindWave Mobile (the [...]

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  • Watch This Sonic Levitation Machine Float Small Items Using Focused Sound Waves

    Watch This Sonic Levitation Machine Float Small Items Using Focused Sound Waves

    As it turns out, it’s possible to levitate objects using sound. And someone made a new toy that you can put on a desk to levitate small objects using just that principle.  Called the Sonic Levitation Machine, it will magically suspend objects using nothing but sound waves.  Really. The bad news?  It needs to produce sounds that are way louder than a jet engine to create the anti-gravity effect.  The good news?  The bulk of the sound pressure will only [...]

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  • Someone Made Dry-Erase Spray Paint And We Can’t Wait To Try It Out

    Someone Made Dry-Erase Spray Paint And We Can’t Wait To Try It Out

    Ever wish you can practice your tagging skills at home without leaving your basement walls covered in horrible art?  Now you can with the DEP Spray, a dry-erase spray paint. Basically, it’s dry-erase ink housed in an aerosol can that you can blast onto anything you want at the push of a button.  Like regular dry-erase markers, you can use it on whiteboards, windows, and other surfaces where dry-erase ink can be removed (e.g. walls covered with Ideapaint), fashioning a [...]

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  • Use This Revolutionary Air-Pot To Grow Healthier Plants With Greater Yields

    Use This Revolutionary Air-Pot To Grow Healthier Plants With Greater Yields

    These days, most innovations on plant pots seem to be focused on integrating hydroponics technology or automating their maintenance, none of which are of much interest to serious gardeners of any sort.  These Air-Pots, however, overhaul the traditional plant pot into a form that will force any plant’s roots to grow healthier, improving its uptake of water and nutrients. Centered on the idea that plant roots need aeration, the unique pot design features perforations around the body that allow the [...]

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  • Windcatcher Air Pakk: This Bag Inflates Into A Travel Pillow Once Opened

    Windcatcher Air Pakk: This Bag Inflates Into A Travel Pillow Once Opened

    If you’ve ever walked around with a backpack all day, chances are, you’ve used it as a makeshift pillow for a quick nap at least once.   And we’re guessing it was one of the most uncomfortable pillows you’ve ever laid your head on.  That wouldn’t have been the case if you were carrying your gear on a Windcatcher Air Pakk. Created by the same dude who made that Windcatcher inflatable bed from last year, the backpack comes with self-inflating padding [...]

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  • Defender Pepper Spray Blinds Your Attacker, Snaps Their Photo, And Sends It To Authorities

    Defender Pepper Spray Blinds Your Attacker, Snaps Their Photo, And Sends It To Authorities

    Like regular pepper spray, the Defender will shoot out a stream of blinding liquid to temporarily disable your attacker’s eyesight.  Unlike them, it will do a whole lot more to ensure your attacker gets what they deserve. After delivering a hit of pepper spray (they use the highest concentration formula allowed by law), the device will also activate a siren, alerting people in the vicinity of the attack that just happened.  That way, you won’t just disable the perp, you [...]

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  • A Shotgun Silencer? Apparently It Exists!

    A Shotgun Silencer? Apparently It Exists!

    Shotguns are great for home defense.  Just the mere sight of one, for instance, is enough to intimidate most intruders.  Problem is, shotguns are loud and you don’t want to wake the neighbors when you actually decide to fire a shot.  Fortunately, that’s no longer a problem with the SilencerCo Salvo 12. Described as the world’s “first and only commercially-viable shotgun suppressor,” it lets you blast intruding aliens, zombies, and monsters without making the usual deafening noise.  That way, you [...]

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  • Bunch O Balloons Lets You Make 100 Water Balloons A Minute

    Bunch O Balloons Lets You Make 100 Water Balloons A Minute

    Water balloon fights always come down to who can throw the most balloons in the shortest amount of time.  In that way, the battle isn’t won in the field, but in the preparation – those long hours filling up balloon after balloon from the tap.  The Bunch O Balloon can optimize that bottleneck, claiming to fill up over 100 water balloons in just a single minute. Designed to attach to a hose, the contraption has 37 mini-tubes with a balloon [...]

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  • This Cute Robot Named Jibo Wants To Be Part Of Your Family

    This Cute Robot Named Jibo Wants To Be Part Of Your Family

    While Jibo isn’t the first attempt at building an interactive robot for the home, it may very well become the first one you actually want to own. It’s not like the family robot old-time science fiction imagined.  It won’t fix your bed when you wake up, grab you a beer when you get home, or even wash your clothes on the weekends.  Instead, it functions more like Siri with personality, answering user queries and performing digital tasks, all while looking [...]

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  • Use The goTenna To Send And Receive Texts Without Internet Access or Cell Service

    Use The goTenna To Send And Receive Texts Without Internet Access or Cell Service

    The goTenna is a radio antenna that can communicate with other goTenna units.   Designed to work with a mobile app, it lets you send text messages to other goTenna users even without cell service or internet access in the area. Designed for off-grid use, it lets you have a way to communicate even with no access to cell towers, WiFi networks, or communication satellites in sight.  Need a way to text friends who split with the main group during a [...]

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  • Napwrap Helps You Maintain Good Posture While Napping On A Seat

    Napwrap Helps You Maintain Good Posture While Napping On A Seat

    We’ve seen plenty of products designed to keep people comfortable while they catch a nap during trips, with solutions that range from strapping the person to their chair to supporting their heads with a goofy-looking brace.  The Napwrap is a new offering that keeps thing a lot simpler, using a single strap whose sole purpose is to support the user’s arms. Why the arms?  Apparently, the position of the arms has a significant bearing on a person’s ability to take [...]

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  • Refuel Lets You Know How Much Propane You Have Left In The Tank

    Refuel Lets You Know How Much Propane You Have Left In The Tank

    Propane tanks have needed a gauge to inform users how much gas is left in the tank since forever.  And since no one appears to be doing anything about it any time soon, someone made Refuel, a third-party device that lets you check your tank’s gas levels at any time. Another product of the growing partnership between Quirky and GE, the device consists of a plastic and rubber scale that you place under the tank, which is tethered to a [...]

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  • Forget The Cooler, Take This Solar-Powered Anywhere Fridge To Your Next Outdoor Adventure

    Forget The Cooler, Take This Solar-Powered Anywhere Fridge To Your Next Outdoor Adventure

    Can you finally bring a fridge to your next camping adventure?  That’s the hope behind the Anywhere Fridge, a portable outdoor fridge that uses solar power to keep your food and beverages cold. While it looks nothing more than a metal ice chest, the appliance comes with removable solar panels at the top that feed power to a battery module inside the machine.  There’s no mention of how much electricity the setup can actually generate, but I guess they’re hoping [...]

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  • Patchnride Can Repair Punctured Bike Tires In 60 Seconds

    Patchnride Can Repair Punctured Bike Tires In 60 Seconds

    Patchnride is a small handheld tool that you can use to quickly patch punctures on your bicycle tires.  And by quickly, they’re not kidding.  You don’t even need to remove the tire from the bike.  Instead, you just patch it in place using a process that can take as short as 60 seconds. Instead of a messy and laborious 12-step process like traditional tire repair work, the device lets you fix a tire in just a few steps. You simply [...]

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  • Vessyl Smart Cup Knows Exactly What You’re Drinking

    Vessyl Smart Cup Knows Exactly What You’re Drinking

    Vessyl is a smart cup that can detect the kind of drink that’s poured into it. Whether it’s coffee, vodka, or Gatorade (yes, it can recognize brands and even flavors), this device can tell you before you even take a sip. More than identifying the beverage in the cup, the device can also determine its nutritional information on the fly. All that data will then be sent into a smartphone app where you can check just how much watered down [...]

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  • Automate Your Backyard Farm With Edyn Smart Garden

    Automate Your Backyard Farm With Edyn Smart Garden

    We’ve seen plant sensors that can stick into a pot and tell you exactly when it’s time to water and fertilize. The Edyn Smart Garden works in a similar way, except it performs that duty for an entire garden rather than an isolated potted plant. Designed to monitor up to 250 square feet of land, a single sensor should be good enough to handle monitoring for most backyard gardens. It can work on any type of soil (except frozen soils) growing any [...]

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  • Thinklabs One Digital Stethoscope Can Amplify Body Sounds Upto 100 Times

    Thinklabs One Digital Stethoscope Can Amplify Body Sounds Upto 100 Times

    The Thinklabs One is a digital stethoscope with all its components installed on the compact chestpiece. To use, simply plug in your favorite headphones to the stethoscope’s 3.5mm socket and listen to the murmurs, rumbles, and other sounds emanating from your patient’s torso. No more listening to patients using tubing-style binaurals. Instead, you can use your best pair of Sennheisers (heck, even your favorite gaming headphones) to hear the sounds of health in perfect clarity. Even better, it can amplify body [...]

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  • All Public Restrooms Need To Have This Kohler Touchless Flush Kit

    All Public Restrooms Need To Have This Kohler Touchless Flush Kit

    Finding a public toilet when a grumbling in your stomach strikes? Like a gift from God. Having to touch the flush that’s undoubtedly flush with invisible germs from the rotating door of people who have used the toilet before you? Like a horrifying demonstration of God’s wrath. Now, if only some billionaire germophobe can donate a few units of these Kohler Touchless Toilet Flush Kits to every public restroom in the world, public toilets never have to feel that way [...]

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