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Remember the Ouya? It has been a little while since the last time we featured an article about the open-source Android console. The good news is that the little Android box is finally almost here, with developer kit versions of the Ouya shipping out on December 28th.
As great as touchscreen interfaces on smartphones and tablets may be, nothing will quite be as cool as controlling different devices and machines using nothing but your mind. And that's exactly what you get with the Puzzlebox Orbit.
Battery life has become a very important concern with our increasingly digital lifestyles and the world's first "smart bag" addresses that very need. It's called Phorce, and it's a bag with an integrated 54Whr battery pack
The greatest challenge is simply helping these children break out of their shells, so to speak, and the KOULE smart ball comes with autism-specific applications to do exactly that.
Obsessively desire the need to catalog nearly every moment of your entire life? If that sounds like you, you might really love the most recent Kickstarter project, the Memoto. This “life-logging” device is designed to capture photos of everything you doing every 30 seconds and can store up to two-days of photos before you'll need to upload them elsewhere.
A new Kickstarter project aims to make taking pictures from various angles easier than ever with the iPhone 5. The HiLo Lens attaches onto your existing iPhone camera and gives it a 90 degree angle for shots.
Google wants to surround your entire body with tons of computing devices, it seems. First we have the smartphone, which Google already controls through Android. Next we have the Project Glass computerized glasses. It's not enough to have a computer in your pocket (your phone, duh) and a computer in your glasses, now they want your wrist, too.
When it comes to 3rd party stylus offerings for the iPad, most are nothing more than simple pens that offer a finer tip and nothing more. What if you want a pressure sensitive experience that somewhat mimics Wacom technology? If that's what you want, than consider Pogo Connect.
Wish you iPhone's flash capabilities had a little more oomph? Check out the unique Paparazzo concept device.
We've seen plenty of Bluetooth controllers for mobile devices, but none are quite as tiny as the iMpulse. Don't let that small size fool you, because this miniscule controller looks like it could be really big on fun.
At first, I thought this had to be a joke, but then I started to think about how useful it might be. It's called the Ostrich Pillow and it's a thing you wrap around your head so you can take a power nap on the go. Go ahead and sleep at the office (on your break), in the library, at the airport, or on the train. You can be completely dead to the world.
The iPhone 5 is the new big boy in town, but what if you aren't quite ready to give up on your iPhone 4S just yet? The iExpander might be a great choice for you. It can make the iPhone 4 or 4S bigger, faster and stronger than ever before.
Okay, so what is this crazy contraption? The idea here is to create a unique puzzle box that is made of wood and can teach youngsters about the actual parts found in computerized devices.
Ever reached for your smartphone only to find its not there and that your children have ran off with it? That's where the MG comes into play.
Can't decide if you want to have an iPad or a MacBook Air? If you pick up the CruxSKUNK Keyboard Case from CruxCase, you can almost have the best of both worlds.
In the video below, Dispatch was able to combine five 10-15Mbps connections into a unified 65Mbps connection. And by going to the roof, they got to 85Mbps. That's impressive.
The Pebble smartwatch is still one of the most success projects to ever generate funds through Kickstarter, although the Ouya almost did as well. The smartwatch is certainly a unique market, and even though solutions using the iPad Nano already somewhat exist- many people enjoy the idea of having a smartwatch that interacts with their iPhones and Android devices.
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Ouya has quickly generated millions of dollars in Kickstarter while forming several high-profile agreements with companies like Square Enix to bring games to the little rubix cube console. Now it seems that the highly popular XBMC media player is going to make it ways to Ouya as well.
The idea of the “smart watch” is nothing new, but the MetaWatch STRATA certainly seems to take the concept to whole new heights with its new iOS 6-compatible design.
Ouya has partnered with Square Enix to bring content to the Ouya and the first fruits of their partnership will be the release of a version of FF III.
But what about keeping that phone charged? Carrying around a bulky AC adapter or USB cable just won't do and that's why Noah Dentzel, Adam Miller and Brian Hahn came up with the ChargeCard.
Motion-controlled time-lapse filming could soon be moving into the affordable movie making world thanks to the Radian, a special device being developed by California-based Alpine Labs.
While the iPhone also has notifications, it only does so with the rear-facing LED flash. If you have your iPhone face-up on a desk, you may never notice that light. With FLASHr, you will.
Yes, we already know about the iCade, but what about the nostalgic value of curling up with your favorite NES title from the 80s? The newest creation is called the GameDock and it effectively lets you convert your iPhone, iPad or iPad touch into a retro video game console
The various Kickstarter videos and pictures that depict the unique OUYA Android game console have done a great job in sparking our imagination, but we've yet to truly see the size, portions or looks of the actual controllers or even the hardware. While Ouya is still in development after reaching millions on Kickstarter, the video does give enough information that Ouya News was able to use to create a full image of what the controller likely looks like.
If you like the idea of an iPhone with a physical keyboard, SoloMatrix's Spike is really going to interest you. The Spike keyboard is not only a physical keyboard that clips onto your phone screen, it is also a protective case.
You might even remember the frenzy surrounding the PS3 launch with systems going for up to $2,000 on eBay. The Ouya is not that kind of video game console. It's only $100.
The idea is actually quite simple. It's a watch band for your iPod nano, but there is an integrated Bluetooth adapter.
Designed by SoloMatrix, the Spike case is a protective case for the iPhone, except it comes with a clever bonus. The bottom half contains a QWERTY keyboard that can swing out to the front when you need it
Looking for a unique looking headset with an awesome quality sound to it? That's exactly what California Headphones promise to offer, with their unique headphones.
Crowdsourcing and crowdfunding have become an incredibly popular way to get young startups off the ground, but what is it about AppStori that makes them different. I recently interviewed them to find out.
While true commercialized passenger flights have yet to become commonplace, it seems that we are getting closer and closer to an age where more and more regular everyday “Joes” make their way into space. With that in mind, finding ways to cut costs to allow consumer and commercial efforts to thrive is a growing priority and that's exactly what Final Frontier Design is doing.
This isn't the first "lucid dreaming" mask to use this kind of idea, but the developers found that existing products were both too expensive and too bulky. Remee brings it down to a much more manageable price and size.
Most of us fly via commercial aircraft, but what if it was more affordable to have a personal airplane of your own? Leading us down that path is the Synergy aircraft with its unique, more efficient design.
There are many guitar playing apps out there for the iPhone, but what about full guitar solutions that integrate with your iPhone? The gTar was recently launched on Kickstarter to help players learn how to teach themselves the guitar, using a digital 'educational' guitar that comes with a built-in iPhone dock that makes use of sensors to realy what you're playing to a special iPhone app.
We've all encountered this problem. You want to plug in your iPhone to charge, but it's dark and you can't see the port. The CordLite fixes that
Do you use your MacBook Pro more like a desktop than you do a laptop? Do you find yourself getting all frustrated with the process of connecting and disconnecting the countless peripherals?
You know what's the problem with Diablo III (aside from all the connection troubles people have been having)? You still play with a keyboard and a mouse. A new Kickstarter project has come up where you get to cast spells and engage in combat using a real magic wand.
It's an epidemic, really. When most people put on their earphones, they become dead to the outside world. The cyclist can't hear the car honking at him. The runner can't hear the person screaming, "Look out!" We're not about to give up our music any time soon, so what do we do?
What you see above is the tōd (pronounced "toad"): a tiny Bluetooth 4.0 beacon that will let you know whether or not it is in range of your mobile device. You might not have realized it, but we are pretty sure that you will find a lot of uses for this new accessory.
Yes, the Pebble e-watch is also an app platform and its first app partner comes by way of RunKeeper, which is developing an app specific to the upcoming smartwatch.
The app will run on any iPhone, iPad or iPod that uses iOS 5, and you will have to buy a $9.99 dongle which should be connected to your DSLR by cable or infrared. Connect the dongle to your iDevice and then you can simply use your device’s sensors as triggers (motion, facial recognition and more).
With the idea of unique pictures being caught everyday, Ian Tuason founded a kickstarter-backed project to cover the development costs of an iPhone app called “Revolution Mosaic”.
A new Kickstarter project called the MirrorCase manages to use the power of reflection to change the way iPhone photography works.
Using your iPhone or any other device with a capacitive display is a real problem during cold winter conditions as the touchscreen won’t work if you are wearing gloves or mittens (or else you should be using the new iPad which makes sure that your hand stays really warm). Washington, DC-based inventor Alice Ning has a solution for the problem. Her TapCaps will allow you to use a capacitive screen while wearing any pair of gloves.
We've seen products from companies like Lensbaby that let you take more interesting pictures with your iPhone, but this Magnifi case is so much more versatile. It can be adapted to work with even higher end optical instruments, including giant telescopes.
I had started working on a smartphone stabilizer for my iPhone 4 about 9 months ago now. I purchased all kinds of mini tripods, accessories, and some carbon fiber parts from the local RC shop. It was a pretty sad attempt at macgyvering something, and I wasn't satisfied with the results, so I just shelved it and thought that someone else will eventually create something. Today, it has nearly come to reality.
There is nothing more frustrating than working with both your hands in a tight space, let's say under a kitchen sink, and find you also need light to really see what the heck you're doing. That's exactly where the TEK-LITE comes in, with its hands-free design that fits right on your forearm and has four 8MM LED bulbs, capable of producing over three lumens of light output.
Sure, you could just set up your video camera on a tripod and leave it in a static position, but moving, dynamic shots can be so much more interesting. The trouble is trying to get those motions to be as smooth as possible without breaking the bank and that's where Revolve comes in.