A keychain-sized gadget packed with features. The iMpulse controller works with iOS and Android devices. It can be used as a gamepad, a media controller and a locator for your keys. Available in plastic and brushed metal cases.
A laptop stand with telescoping risers, letting you adjust its height between 1″ to 15″. It weighs just 3 lbs. but can carry laptops and other objects up to 20 lbs. It also has optional swappable trays designed to hold books and tablets.
This demonstration of a rig designed to stabilize motion camera work may mess with your head. No VFX trickery was used here – just motors and gyroscopes to keep the camera perfectly stable. We’re not sure how you pan with it though.
A small plastic mount that uses zip ties to secure GoPro cameras. If you can loop a zip-tie around an object, you can secure your GoPro on it. It also has a foam base to fit snugly on curved surfaces. Works with the standard GoPro threaded post.
A program that uses ordinary webcams to give you a digital avatar, which mimics your head movement and facial expressions in real time. You can use it to stream or record videos and make animated movies or video games.
Further proof that virtually everything that was ever made that was worth a damn stole and repurposed earlier ideas. Case in point, Apple’s iPhone – which took numerous ideas previously executed and just made them more accessible.
A night vision camera for iOS and Android devices. It doesn’t need your device’s camera; instead it wirelessly streams video to your device through an app, from which you can capture still images or record live video.
A credit-card sized pack containing four flash drives ready to be shared. Their cases are made from recycled paper and plastic, while the drives are waterproof and shockproof. Available in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities.