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Posted by Lara Lopes

Ex-Tesla And NASA Engineers Create A Smart Light Bulb

Ex-Tesla and NASA engineers, Neil Joseph and Jovi Gacusan, partnered up to create a smart light bulb. According to them, the big difference in the new lamp, Alba, is that it is responsive, while other  intelligent lamps need to be connected and adjusted by the user with some sort of app or remote control. The idea came to Neil Joseph in 2013 while sitting around at his office. “It was a sunny day, and I looked up and I thought, ‘Why are these lights on with full power, when full sunlight is coming through the window?’” Joseph said in an interview. This question […]

Posted by Allison Blackburn

Hendo Hoverboards will have you floating on air

Since 1989, anyone who watched Back to the Future II has waited for the hoverboard that Marty McFly rode. Despite the eager wait, I’m sure most of us didn’t expect anything in the near future. Now husband and wife team, Greg and Jill Henderson, might be set to change that with the first real hoverboard in the world, along with a developer kit for the technology behind it. [Image Courtesy of Hendo Hoverboards] Their company have developed a working prototype “Hendo Hoverboard” that floats about 1 inch off the ground and they have launched the project on Kickstarter to get a boost on getting the […]

Posted by Lara Lopes

Home-Droid Can Transform Any Room Into a Cinema

Think of all the gadgets we have in the living room: television, home theater, sound system, DVD player. And if we’re in the room, we’ll also have our cellphones, tablets and whatever else you carry with you. They are part of an environment that can be defined as audiovisual and entertainment: music, movies, TV, video games … The image of our house full of electronics is familiar to us all. All but Pierre Lebeau, a former Google employee who wants to see your room differently. He doesn’t want any of those square objects lying around, but something more natural and appealing. Instead […]

Posted by Allison Blackburn

Air Umbrella: may the force be with you when it rains

An umbrella is a great thing to have when it is raining as of course it helps to keep you dry. However, when it stops raining you have a soggy wet umbrella that you have to carry around with you. This could be a thing of the past though thanks to the Air Umbrella. This is a product that has been developed in China and it doesn’t use fabric to keep you dry, but forced air. [Image Courtesy of Air Umbrella] The forced air creates a canopy over you in much the same way that a traditional fabric umbrella does, […]

Posted by Allison Blackburn

K-Board is the unbreakable USB keyboard

There are a lot of virtual keyboards and synthesizers available for mobile phones and tablets and while they are great fun to tinker with for a few minutes they don’t really allow you to make music the same as a real keyboard. However, now there is the K-Board which comes from Keith McMillen Instruments. This is a USB keyboard that is said to work with any tablet and laptop that has a USB connection. It also has compatibility with the leading software used to create music, such as Ableton Live, GarageBand and Animoog. What’s more, this is a keyboard that […]

Posted by Allison Blackburn

Zeiss VR One headset: VR powered by your phone for $99

The Zeiss VR One is a headset similar to the Samsung Gear VR and it takes full advantage of the processing power and screen of your smartphone to offer a virtual reality experience that is self-contained and wireless. Where it differs from the Samsung offering is that the headset from the German company, Carl Zeiss, offers compatibility with many different types of phones, including the Apple iPhone 6. [Image Courtesy of Zeiss] The VR One has been designed to work with phones of different sizes, from 4.7 inches up to 5.2 inches. This is unlike such as Project Morpheus from […]