While Adobe figures out how to do away with software they’ve decided to step into the hardware market, with the Project Mighty Smart Stylus & Napoleon Ruler. The stylus works much like the one you use now but together with the ruler it enables you to create curved and angled shapes. It’s designed to work with a yet unreleased app and according to Adobe it’s also “cloud connected.”
The ProDesk3D is the world’s first full-color 3D desktop printer. With its 25-micron dual extruder head, it does what other 3D printers do but its 5-color cartridge system offers the option to tint your creations in the color of your choice. If you get really good with this thing, you should be able to use this 3D printer to print more 3D printers, which you could then sell to offset the cost of the first one. via
This is the world’s smallest router. Not for intricate toothpick carvings, it’s a wireless router actually. It’s pocket-sized for easy portability and keeps you connected to the signal whether you use Windows 8, iOS, or Mac OS.
The IMAX movie experience is as good as it gets. Except you still have to sit in a crowded theater with a bunch of tourists and teeny-boppers. But now you can get the IMAX experience at home, in a scaled-down (but equally as advanced) version. The IMAX technology suite includes a projection system, sound system, theater design, & support service. Yes, you’ll probably have to build an addition onto your home.
Unlike that dull little flash drive you’re currently using, this one from the storage warriors at SanDisk swivels 360º & the donut hole in the middle means you can connect it to your keychain or clip it to a carabiner. Available in 4, 8, 16, & 32 Gig capacities.
Whether you’re punishing your prostate with a 100-mile ride or just mashing out your morning commute, this pedal powered generator will charge up your phone & bike lights, plus it’s a removable USB battery pack you can pop off for use wherever you go.
Like their legendary guitar amps, Marshall’s new studio-quality over-ear headphones sound amazing no matter how loud you crank ‘em. 40mm drivers provide the punch while their F.T.F system allows you to customize the sound you want to hear whether you’re listening to Mozart or Metallica.
Hunters, birdwatchers and sly, voyeuristic beach creepers will all appreciate the recording capability of these digital binoculars from Sony. With a zoom range from .8X to 25X and Optical Steady Shot image stabilizers, they allow you to spot, autofocus, and record your favorite species in stereoscopic 3D HD.
Babysitters lie but HD video footage doesn’t. This new netcam from Belkin enables you to easily monitor your home, pets and unattended children in 720p HD and night vision from your smartphone. You can even record the action onto your mobile device or set it up to receive text alerts if motion is detected after the kids bedtime.
Swiss watchmakers MB&F have applied their mechanical artistry to the creation of a music box. Their unique Music Machine uses mechanical elements to play 6 melodies: Star Wars, the Imperial March from Return of the Jedi, the Star Trek theme, Smoke On The Water by Deep Purple, Another Brick In The Wall by Pink Floyd, and Imagine by John Lennon. Nope, not quite a 64Gig iPod but that’s not really the point, is it? 66 MusicMachines will be produced. via