Creative technologist, artist and hacker Martin Backes created this computerized installation which endlessly sings hit ballads from the ’90s, vocalizing the songs with a sort of robo-speak which expresses a tremendous sense of emotion.
A Chrome browser extension that lets you turn emails sent via Gmail into unreadeable messages anytime you want. It’s like Gmail’s undo send feature except you can do it even weeks after you’ve sent the email.
Beach umbrellas with anchors are nothing new, but the DrillBeach has a built-in electric motor for its auger. All you have to do is press a button and it will drill itself into or out of the sand. It also has a USB charging port.
Sunglasses that protect you from both UV light and blue light, which is emitted by monitors, mobile devices, etc. They also automatically darken when exposed to bright light to protect you from glare. Rx versions coming after launch.
An Android 5 smartphone for audio enthusiasts. Specs include: two front-facing speakers, dual 3.5mm outputs, a Wolfson WM8281 sound chip, a global equalizer, 4.7″ IPS 720p screen, 8MP camera, removable battery and microSD slot.
The entry-level iOS device now has the same A8 CPU that’s in the iPhone 6, albeit at a lower clock speed. It also has an 8MP camera with 120fps 720p slow-mo video, burst mode and more. Its maximum capacity is an impressive 128GB.
A tiny 0.19″ 720p external monitor that sticks to sunglasses or prescription glasses. Use Vufine to display HD content from a variety of devices by plugging in its microHDMI cable. It lasts up to 90min. per charge.