Airocide is not death by flatulence, it’s just a funny name for a serious air purifier. This was originally developed by NASA for use in the International Space Station. The technology uses tiny rings covered in Titanium Dioxide to instantly kill nearly all airborne pathogens. Unfortunately, we can’t say for sure if the aforementioned flatulence is one of those pathogens.
We can’t guarantee it will be more fun but your golf game might improve a bit if you skipped the 19th hole and did some post-play analysis. Game Golf is a wearable technology platform that tracks and stores all your key game stats like drive distance, accuracy, club choice, score, handicap, etc, & allows you to analyze, share, & compare your game with your online golf bros.
You’ve tried everything & still can’t figure out what your problem is, so now try this: buy a CubeSensor for every room in your home to automatically monitor the room’s humidity, temperature, air quality, light quality, and barometric pressure. The system recommends adjustments to these environmental factors allowing you to optimize your comfort. Shipping summer 2013.
To avoid being asked to blow for an officer of the law, you should blow into one of these things. The Breathometer is a personal breathalyzer that plugs into your smartphone. Accurate and portable, this device is sure to save lives & prevent DUIs as well as ruining office parties and starting arguments between friends.
A pack of science lab lushes created a smartphone-controlled liquor-slinging robot that can accurately and efficiently mix hundreds of cocktails. We just hope this team of geniuses didn’t forget to make the robot a good listener and a heavy-handed pourer. And what about tips?
The Roku 3 is an updated version of everyone’s favorite streaming device. The little black box is a bit less boxy than the last & it got a bunch of new features. It has a faster processor and a new grid-based interface that makes searching & selecting easier. Another key feature is a “private mode” that sends audio to your headphones so your late-night Game Of Thrones marathon won’t keep the kids up.
A rechargeable Lithium-Ion powered “flask” that delivers enough power to recharge 3 devices at once; with two 30-pin Apple connectors, two USB ports, and two LED flashlights, it sounds amazing but where does the booze go?
The 94Fifty sensor basketball feels and weighs the same as any basketball but embedded inside, the ball has an array of 6 sensors, a Bluetooth radio, and a battery which feeds loads of data about your game to an app that in addition to tracking all your metrics, also offers workouts, drills, competitions, and social tools.
You can forget all your passwords. Well, you do that anyway but with the award-winning myIDkey you never have to remember them. myIDkey is a voice-activated fingerprint authentication Bluetooth/USB drive that displays your passwords and securely stores all sorts of your important data.
The Myo Armband let’s you control your digital devices with just a wave of your hand or a snap of your fingers by monitoring & reading muscle activity in your forearm. It’s called “gesture control” and functions sort of like Wii minus the controller. Like, right now you would snap your fingers to play the video or air-swipe and move down the page to the next awesome product. Ships fall 2013.