HiddenHUB is an omnidirectional speaker that adapts audio output to the room it’s in. It’s truly wireless (works with bluetooth, airplay and everything else out there) and has other high-tech features like “autoplay,” which starts and stops your music when you enter and leave the house. It works beautifully in conjunction with Hidden’s previous Hidden Radio speakers, and has the power to turn your home into a den of space-age sonic hedonism.
Biopod is a climate controlled microhabitat (with automatic ventilation and irrigation) that allows you to recreate a mini tropical rainforest, an herb garden, or a tiny ocean in the sanctity of your own home. Control it with your smartphone or tablet, and grow literally whatever you want. Nature is awesome, so you really can’t go wrong.
Eyecatcher is an e-ink display smart bracelet with all the functionality of a smartwatch, plus a lot more. It’s a wrap-around screen that displays and refreshes based on your personal settings, and it’s e-ink so it’s always on. Ever seen a designer bracelet you could read a novel on? Now you have.
Wizard school is a cooperative card game that positions you as a young wizard that’s just trying to get through school. You and your wizard friends will have to work together to complete assignments and defeat monsters—and since it’s a cooperative game, either everybody wins or everybody loses. Unlike real wizard school, if the monsters win, it’s still fun!
The Pocket Fly Fishing Rod is a carbon fiber telescoping fly-rod that fits in a jacket pocket. It comes with everything you need to get out there and fish in 30 seconds of setup. There’s a 9-foot and 12-foot version, and both fold up to about 10 inches. They don’t recommend catching an eight-foot alligator gar with one of these things, but hey—nobody’s stopping you from trying.
Kalish & Sons is offering a curated collection of classic American pieces including a jacket, pillow, flask, blanket, duffle, and a wax canvas travel coat. Each one of these essentials is the highest quality, coolest looking, and most functional version of its kind. You can buy them one by one, or go all in on that curated American lifestyle and get the starter collection with all of the above.
Percko is an undershirt that teaches you to sit up straight. It senses your posture and uses “tensors” to stimulate your body and get you back into the right position. If you just readjusted your chair and sat up straighter after reading that last sentence, Percko might be for you.
Tempescope is a weather simulator that gives you today’s weather forecast by creating a tiny microclimate of the predicted weather inside a little box. There’s rain, fog, lightning, clouds, and sunshine—or you can set it to simulate your climate of choice just for fun. There’s no need for the weather app when you’re the first one on the block with a little box of rain in your living room.
The 7th Continent is a cooperative board game that’s all about survival as you explore a treacherous new continent. It’s filled with forgotten temples, mountains, and monsters, and one of the coolest parts is that the map is created as you explore the terrain and put down new cards. The land is cursed, and it’s up to you and your teammates to work together to liberate it. Whether you lift the curse or die trying, The 7th Continent has all the makings to keep you absorbed for hours in cunning strategization and cooperative adventure.
Evapolar is a personal-sized air conditioner for your desk, designed by a couple of genius Russian hardware engineers. It cools the air the same way mother nature does—with water evaporation. It’s also eco-friendly and 12 times more energy efficient than a traditional air conditioner. The Evapolar company motto, “enjoy personal coolness,” is one we could all stand to live by.