Fleye is a new kind of drone. By encasing a camera-equipped quadcopter in a soft plastic shell, the Fleye team has made it totally safe to fly near human beings. It hovers easily in one place, so you don’t have to worry about constantly stabilizing it, and you can even push it away if it gets too close. The way we see it, 50% Drone + 50% Robot = 100% Awesome.
Wurf Board is an inflatable standing platform that’s a game-changer for standing desks. By coaxing your body into unconscious micro-movements and weight-shifts, Wurf Board takes care of you while you’re taking care of your day-to-day work tasks. “Wurf” is a combination of “Work” and “Surf”—and while it may not get you barrelled in tasty waves during work hours, it will make your day at the computer a lot more comfortable.
Pixel Vision is a handheld portable game system in a handsome walnut case. The Raspberry-Pi-powered system can emulate classic systems such as the NES, Sega Master System, Game Gear, Atari 800/2600/5200/7800, Game Boy Color/Advance, and more. It comes with three games installed and has 16GB of storage, so you can load it up with all the classic games, with space to spare.
The Quantlet is a training device that cools your blood to increase athletic performance. The problem with cold treatment is that the body restricts blood flow in response to cold. The Quantlet uses LEDs to trick the body into keeping the blood vessels dialated to keep the blood flowing even when its cooling modules kick into action. The cold must flow!
Everlights are invisible, app-controlled holiday lights for any occasion. Never worry about taking down and putting up Christmas lights again—and there’s no risk of being that person with your lights still up on Valentine’s Day. You can change the colors and sequences of lights with your app to create brilliant combinations. Or, for non-winter festivities, leave the lights clear and no-one will ever drive around looking for your house again.
The P-51 Automatic is a mechanical watch made from recovered 1960s Ford Mustang parts. Each watch comes with a video telling the story of the car model it came from. Just like the cars were born from, these watches are the perfect meeting of design and muscle.
ShiftWear is a sneaker that can display custom images or animations directly from your phone. Available in low, mid, and high-top formats, each sneaker features a flexible, HD e-ink display that can show any image or animation that you load from the sneaker’s mobile app. The shoes feature “walk-n-charge” technology that lets you charge your sneakers while you walk. You can also charge your shoes wirelessly when you’re giving the shoes a rest.
Mokacam is a tiny 4K video camera. That’s over 8 million pixels. It’s also magnetic and has a “motion detector mode” so it can be used as a security camera, along with being waterproof for underwater use. Whether you’re popping it on your bike or surfboard for action shots, using it as a security camera, or just recording everyday moments, Mokacam’s got you covered.
The Teleport VR Camera is a dual-lense camera that you mount on your phone that lets you take pictures and record movies in 3D. After you make your videos you can view them by placing your phone in the Teleport VR headset or another headset like the Google cardboard. (You can actually view the sample videos without a headset by bringing your phone up to your face and crossing your eyes, but we don’t recommend doing that for very long.)
Walli is a bluetooth enabled wallet that connects to your phone and the Walli app can tell you whenever you accidentally leave your Walli wallet or wallet contents behind. The connection works both ways too. If you can’t find your phone, you can double tap Walli to have your phone sound an alarm. The “Internet of Things” has now reached your wallet.