Holus is a tabletop holographic platform that converts any digital content from a computer, tablet, or smartphone into a 3D hologram. We could try to explain but just pop over and watch the videos. Another funded Kickstarter project.
Sprite is a drone that flies autonomously under the guidance of its powerful GPS-driven autopilot, or can be flown manually using a conventional flight controller or Android mobile device. The camera shoots 1080P high-definition video from its integrated 2-axis stabilized gimbal.
It’s a portable stone-bake oven that will cook your 12-inch pizza in 90 seconds. Or bake bread, roast meats, veggies, desserts, & more. Choose a charcoal or gas-powered model—both reach optimum cooking heat in just 15 minutes. Collapsible legs make it easy to throw in your car’s trunk for off-site pizza parties.
Auto racing-inspired watchmaker Autodromo dug deep into historical minutiae for this limited edition chronograph. The design commemorates driver Brian Redman’s victory at the 1969 Nürburgring 1000 km race. Available in stainless or gold-plated steel, it is powered by a Seiko-made VK63 Chronograph Hybrid Meca-Quartz movement.
Detroit-based watchmaker Shinola has just unveiled a new timepiece, the American-made Runwell Moon Phase, an updated version of their classic 47mm Runwell design that adds a moon dial to track lunar phases from waxing to waning. The design is highlighted by a stainless steel case, tan leather alligator strap, and Super-LumiNova printed details.
Touchjet Pond is the world’s first smart projector. In addition to projecting your computer screen onto a wall up to 80-inches across, this device allows you to tap, swipe, & write on the wall as well.
Ikawa is the world’s first digital micro-roaster, a compact countertop unit that allows you to roast your own coffee at home for maximum freshness & flavor. The Ikawa App provides roasting recipes for a variety of beans that the company offers for delivery or use your own beans to create a custom homemade roast. A funded Kickstarter project.
The Danish designers behind the Nomad Chair—an homage to the classic 19th century Roorkhee safari chair—are working toward a sustainable model for furniture making. In creating this chair they use fast-growing Moso bamboo farmed using no chemicals, pesticides, or herbicides. It sets up and breaks down easily for transport & features high quality construction & components that will last a lifetime.
The X-T10 from Fujifilm certainly doesn’t use film although from a few feet away you might mistake this for a vintage 35mm. It also features “film simulation” settings that mimic old film types but it’s not all about tech-nostalgia. The X-T10 uses an APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor to shoot 16MP photos as well as HD video.
Built as a complete system of portable cordless power tools, the Power8 Workshop includes a drill, jigsaw, circular saw, & flashlight that attach to the Power8 toolbox/work table to offer 4 more functions: a drill press, table saw, scroll saw, & table light. The built-in power supply will recharge all these tools in one hour.