Winnergear claims its MicFlip is the world’s first microUSB cable to be reversible on both ends, i.e. you can insert its USB connector and microUSB connector to their respective ports with either side facing up.
A clip-on monitor for laptops. It gives you one or two extra 1080p IPS displays that can swivel up to 180º and slide inside the case when not in use. It runs on a single USB 3.0 port or two USB 2.0 ports and comes in 13″, 15″ and 17″.
This TED talk is a thinly veiled ad for a sports analytics company. To be fair, they’re Minority Report minus the psychics. By quantifying behavior and ability they can accurately predict the likelihood of possible outcomes.
Keep your remote controls and other battery-powered gadgets juiced up with this pack of 8 NiMH rechargeable AA batteries and matching charger. They last 2x to 3x longer than NiCD batteries, and are good for up to 1000 recharges.
Motion Simulation’s TL3 has three projectors and a curved screen that create a 5740×1080 200º view, a PC, a steering wheel with force feedback, an adjustable chair with 3-axis movement, hydraulic pedals and your choice of gearbox.
Tooli is a compact but scalable CNC machine that works with four heads: a plotter for drawing and cutting, an airbrush for painting, a laser for engraving and cutting and a liquid dispenser that doubles as a pick-and-place tool.
A rugged ball with six black and white cameras. Each camera shoots one photo per second. The photos are wirelessly sent and stitched into a 360º image to a mobile device up to 60ft. away. Available with LEDs or near-IR light.
A compact 3D printing pen that lets you draw objects in three dimensions. It heats super hot so it can handle a wide variety of materials, and can even solder. Down the road, it will get add-on tips for woodburning, foam cutting and more.
A compact 5-axis CNC milling machine for materials within 4.5″ x 4.8″ x 3.45″. It can mill materials up to the hardness of aluminum, including wood, wax and plastic. Its spindle lets you change heads just by pulling a lever.