With the help of a Kickstarter campaign and the burning nostalgia of our age, Bolex, the Swiss maker of classic 16mm movie cameras has now developed a new high-quality digital cinema camera that shoots in either 2K or 1080p and captures clips using uncompressed CinemaDNG raw format.
Due for unveiling at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, LG has created the world’s first 21:9 aspect ratio curved ultra-HD TV (Model 105UB9). Translation: this 105-inch monster will officially be the largest curved TV ever made.
Here’s one that’ll keep your holidays happy. The Alcohoot turns your phone into a breathalyzer with police-grade accuracy. Better to blow at the bar than risk it at the roadblock. Alcohoot also has an app that tracks your consumption, calls you a cab, and even finds nearby restaurants that are open late.
There are soundwave graphs and loads of tech jargon we could burp up to explain how amazing this little bluetooth, NFC-equipped speaker is. But instead we’ll just leave you with the looks. It’s clean.
Smaller and more stealth than a smartwatch, the Smarty Ring connects to Bluetooth 4.0 iOS & Android devices allowing for call notification, text and e-mail alerts, plus real-time updates from facebook, Twitter, Google Hangout and Skype.
It’s omnidirectional. That means it shoots out music in every direction. And because it has 6 speakers and bluetooth it’ll rock the house from any wireless device or stream via DLNA or Apple Airplay. Looks badass too.
Designed by Elijah Wood in partnership with Bushmill’s Whiskey, these limited edition Grado Labs headphones are made using wood recycled from white oak Bushmill barrels. They also feature a brown leather headband and legendary Grado sound.
You have a smartphone, a smart thermostat, a smart smoke alarm, smart locks, a smart sprinkler but sadly your light switches are still stupid. But get the Goldee Light Controller and your days in the dumb dark are over. Customize your controls for brainless, anytime on/off, dimming, timers, and various modes that you can set and forget.
Every day we move closer toward automated everything. The Lono lets you control your home sprinkler system from your smartphone. Turn it off or on, anytime, anywhere. And it’s not just easier, Lono reports an estimated 22% savings on water.
There are people in this world whose curiosity about computers goes beyond the stuff found while cruising the seedy side of the web in Private Browsing mode. A truly different breed, they want to build their own computers and learn code. This new all-in-one computer-building and coding kit lets those special humans do both and it’s as easy as Legos.