Like many people, we could use a little assist with our ski technique. CARV’s high-tech insoles and motion sensor modules collect data on your foot pressure, balance, turning, speed, and overall control. Its companion smartphone app provides audible coaching and stats tracking.
If you ever used a dial-up modem back in the day, you know it produces one of the world’s most annoying sounds. But slow those screeches down 700%, and you’ve got a relaxing soundtrack for a day at the spa lying face down on the massage table.
When it launches, this LEGO-like power strip will have a base cord, US and EU sockets, a USB port, a wireless charger and a home automation module. Future modules include a speaker, a Wi-Fi repeater, a power-line adaptor and a surge protector.
A prototype smartphone developed by Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab with a bendable OLED screen that not only looks cool, but uses the screen’s flexibility and haptic feedback to create new ways of interacting with content – like flipping through the pages of digital books.
One of the cooler toys to turn up at the 2016 New York Toy Fair, Tyco’s nw remote-controlled Terra Climber has pairs of grippy wheels that rotate on pivot points, which work along with a tail-like appendage, allowing it to climb stairs.
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