When the widest wide-angle is nowhere near enough, you need the full 360º panoramic images and video from the V.360 action camera. It goes all the way around, in 4K. And it’s the first camera of its kind to do so. It records video up to 30fps and shoots 8MP stills, plus it’s compatible with GoPro mounts, meaning you can stick it just about anywhere.
The Kickstarter-funded ARCHT One speaker offers huge, home-filling 24-bit, 360º sound with its built-in sub-woofer, amplifier and full-range driver. It connects via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, AirPlay or directly through USB.
The jobsite is a great place to kill your portable bluetooth speaker. When it dies, upgrade to Milwaukee Tools’ M12 Wireless Jobsite Speaker. It offers high quality sound with an integrated Bass Port plus it features rugged Overmold Construction and a metal speaker grate. Powered by all M12 REDLITHIUM batteries. Wireless range: 30 feet.
Keewifi is the simplest router ever. It doesn’t require a password to connect to WiFi or a long, annoying configuration process to install. Just tap your device to it and you’re connected. This removes the possibility of strangers jumping into your network. Enterprise networking technology ensures that your WiFi signal is strong, stable, and fast.
SMART kapp has won a heap of design awards. It’s a smart, connected dry-erase board that lets you capture, save, and share meeting notes in real time. The App offers options for saving SMART kapp pages to your device or cloud storage. Works with iOS & Android devices.
Made with reclaimed, hand-hewn American barn wood, the BeamBox is a 2X 40 Watt bluetooth speaker built into a wooden beam. They measure 6″ X 7” X 18” and each one is unique.
So what if Nobody wants to film you—you don’t need them. You only need the SoloShot2. It’s a device that mounts between your camera and tripod and automatically pans the camera toward you so you never miss the action. It can pan a full 360º at 80º per second & also tilt the camera 150º at a rate of 35º per second. It has a range of 2000 feet.
This smart shirt from Hexoskin tracks metrics like heart rate, steps and calories burned, plus cadence, activity level, acceleration, breathing rate, heart rate recovery and more. It actually tracks 42,000 data points per minute through sensors woven right into the textile. That data is sent to a 1.4 oz device that plugs into the shirt and its dedicated app is compatible with both iOS & Android phones. It also keeps you really warm.
The SmartHome kit from LittleBits makes it easy to program and automate everything in your home. The cloudBit lets you connect pretty much anything to the internet. The kit also includes an MP3 player, a temperature sensor, and an IR transmitter. With instructions for 14 different projects and 11 accessories to help build them, the kit enables you to do anything from create your own smart thermostat to hack into random devices and connect them to your home.
Sony’s compact, prosumer A7 just got a serious upgrade. The new Sony A7 Mark II now features 5-axis stabilization to compliment its full-frame sensor. Other improvements include a bigger & better grip with re-arranged buttons, plus video options pulled over from the A7s. Available in December.