For those trying to break free of an adult Lego problem or an interest in electronics that others deem odd, this analog synth kit could transform you from weirdo to “musician” almost instantly. In collaboration with Korg, littleBit’s modular kit lets users experiment with an almost infinite combination of audio, visual, and sensory creations.
Pelican has built its reputation by making industry-leading, indestructible cases for cameras and tech electronic gear, so this 1000-lumens LED work light is definitely built for work. It sits atop a 5-foot tall adjustable mast and will glow for 5 hours on a charge.
Floor mopping robots are very useful considering where mopping sits on most people’s list of weekly goals. This one will clean wet or dry on tile, wood, cement, whatever you’ve got. Which is amazing. But unfortunately we’re still pretty far from sandwich-making and beer-fetching robots.
Bosch has a new laser measure that syncs with Android and iOS to get your measurements of length, area, and volume as well as angles & multi-surface distances all into your smartphone where those measurements can be superimposed over images of the jobsite. Stuff like that.
You weren’t the only one expecting to see a picture of Justin Bieber. And despite the ironically reverse-ironic name, the Douchebag is a pretty solid bag designed to carry skis, snowboards, golfclubs, etc. The key to the design is its adjustable length. Because as you know, it always comes down to length! [insert Andrew Dice Clay voice:] “OHHHH!” via
You want to relive those righteous Burning Man moments. And until you return to the desert next fall, the Pulse Bluetooth speaker from JBL will hold you over. It kicks out 10-hours of high-quality sound plus it gives you a colorful LED lightshow that keeps time with your tunes.
That polished aluminum speaker tube will stick out like a turd in a punch bowl after you’ve redecorated your place to full Steam Punk style. Ditch it for this free-standing Android + iOS bluetooth speaker that delivers modern hi-fi audio in what looks like vintage 1928 equipment.
Anki Drive is a new kind of game experience that combines AI & robotics with videogame-style play but it’s not on some screen nor is it app-driven RC. Anki is happening in the real world. Driven by iOS, these little race cars make rapid calculations for speed, position on the track & strategies for winning against your friends or battling the other cars & the AI itself.
As soon as you wake up your first impulse is to reach for the phone. That fact won’t be quite as sad when your phone is capable of putting on the hot water for coffee. And when you have an iKettle synced up, that’s what it’ll do.