Kinetic sculptor David Bynoe created this cable-driven machine which can create crop-circle like drawings using sand as its medium. The machine was built for the Telus Spark Science Centre in Alberta, Canada.
A multicopter for photography and video recording. It can follow and record a subject with the help of any GPS-capable Android device. You can also create flight paths just by tracing lines or shapes on its Android app.
BelayCords have a reversible USB connector, meaning they’ll plug into USB ports no matter their orientation. The cables are also reinforced, tangle-free and have a lifetime warranty. Available in Lightning, 30-pin and microUSB.
Unlike most cord wranglers, the Soba makes it easy to consolidate cables in its tube, thanks to its zipper tool. The Soba also comes with a 10ft. tube, adhesive-backed mounting caps and a Y-splitter.
A mobile hotspot service for frequent travelers. For a flat monthly fee, Anqor will let you go online via the cellular networks in different countries, eliminating roaming fees and the need for multiple SIM cards or plans.
The HDR-AZ1 is 30% smaller than other Sony Action Cams and weighs just 2oz. with full HD 1080p/60, image stabilization, a Zeiss lens and a BIONZ X processor. An optional wrist remote lets you preview footage and control the camera.