When you’re rudely interrupted from deep in the headphone zone, these touch-control wireless headphones from Outdoor Technologies will allow to quickly come back to planet earth. Just one quick swipe & the volume drops out allowing you to speak with whomever it was that dared to tap you on the shoulder. Another swipe up & you can get back to headbanging.
The Handibot is a digital power tool that functions as a router & CNC that will cut perfect arcs, curves, complex shapes, and 3D forms. While most tools of this type are stationary, the handibot is handheld, meaning you can take it all over the jobsite. It is also app-driven, so you control it from your phone or tablet to create flawless digital cut-outs by just pressing the start button.
You can’t shoot all your videos with a helmet-cam so when you’re done playing, Canon’s new 70D will help document the rest of your life. This camera replaces the outgoing 60D & for upgrades it got built-in Wi-Fi, Near Field Communication (NFC) sharing, a 3-inch LCD touchscreen and a bump up in megapixels. But the key upgrade for video is Canon’s all-new “Dual Pixel CMOS” focusing system. And yes, it also shoots photos.
Ziphius is an app controlled drone for shooting underwater photos & video. From your swimming pool to the seven seas, your smartphone commands Ziphius’ HD camera as you shoot & share your images on YouTube, FB, etc. For you cats who don’t swim, you can see what the camera sees on your phone or tablet from the safety of the shore.
You’ll never stop losing your stuff but iOS-based Tile is going to make finding it easier. These matchbook-size trackers don’t just rely on Bluetooth, they connect to other Tile users to help cast a wider net in recovering your lost item. Adding this social tool encourages users to create hubs with friends, family, and co-workers so finding it is as easy as losing it was. via
Here come the smartwatches. The Meteor from Kreyos does more than just tell time. Obviously. It links with your iOS, Android or Windows phone allowing you to use all your phone’s voice control abilities without having to reach into your pocket or manpurse to retrieve the device.
This is a huge Android phone. Or maybe it’s just a small movie screen. Kinda depends on how you look at it. Sony’s 6.4-inch tall, ultra-thin Xperia Z Ultra is the first phone to ever feature a full HD Triluminos display, meaning next-level visuals. It’s also waterproof, dustproof, and offers the option of writing on the screen with a pen or stylus. When it’s released it will be available in black, white, & purple.
The Monterra from Garmin is a wi-fi enabled handheld GPS that runs on Android OS. It lets you access all the Android Apps and also features a built-in FM radio, NOAA weather radio, and SAME alerts. It’s also got a 1080P HD video camera & Garmin’s new 3D MapMerge feature that creates 3D viewing from all types of 2D maps.
Unlike most mini POV cameras, the Flytecam doesn’t need a special waterhousing or shockproof case to go from the turf to the surf and back. This thing is all-terrain. It features a rugged, rubberized body that is waterproof to 3 meters and shoots full HD 1080P video. A wide 120º lens & 60fps slow-mo mode brings the action up close.
For a little guy, the new Pentax Q7 is powerful, offering a 12.4 MP CMOS sensor in the world’s smallest & lightest interchangeable lens system. It also comes in a rainbow of custom colors.