An amazing LEGO Mindstorms build from the Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Science. This wheeled machine can approach the edge of a table, and lay down a bridge that’s sturdy enough for it to cross. Oh, and when it’s done, it packs the bridge back up.
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A mini version of People People’s Transparent Speaker. Unlike its big brother, the Small Transparent Speaker has built-in receivers for Bluetooth, Spotify Connect, AirPlay and Google Cast. It has two 2.5″ mid drivers, a 3″ passive bass radiator and an amp with built-in DSP.
It might look crazy to attach a lens that’s much bigger than your phone, but this one will let you shoot images at DSLR-like 40x to 60x zoom range. It includes a tripod for steady shots, and also works as a standalone monocular. Save 71% off the MSRP in The Awesomer Shop.
This light and compact charger will soon be available with a USB-C connector for the 2016 13″ MacBook Pro, Dell XPS 13 and other laptops with USB-C ports. If you already have the FINsix charger itself, you can purchase just the USB-C cable for $35.
Find out what you’re really breathing in with this high-tech indoor air monitor that can analyze and track chemicals, dust, CO2, humidity, and temperature. Its companion mobile app then makes recommendations, and can even control other smart devices to help improve air quality.
A compact projector that outputs up to 2,000 lumens of brightness, thanks to a bright laser projection system. Has full HD resolution, packs wireless connectivity for mirroring content from smart devices, and pairs with Bluetooth speakers. The LG HF80JA debuts at CES 2017.
What sets this retro-style record player apart from others is its ability to stand as a piece of furniture all on its own. It has a pair of full-range speakers built in, plays vinyl at 33-1/3 and 45 RPM speeds, and has an AUX input for other music sources.
Take to the skies with this teensy palm-sized drone which has a built-in camera. The Cheerson-CX-10C is easy to fly, and packs a tiny 640×480 VGA camera for snapping impromptu stills and videos, and comes with a 2GB Micro SD card for your recordings.
A cross between a resume and a personal website. It has a very convenient drag-and-drop interface and clean templates to choose from, and automatically adjusts for print, desktop and mobile viewing. It’s free to use; pay $10 to access more templates. Sorry, no actual cake.
The resin-based NexD1 takes rapid prototyping to the next level, allowing for the creation of intricate 3D objects with circuits embedded directly into them. It can print circuit board, flexible materials, and even full-color objects, using up to six materials at the same time.
Shooting starlight photos can be a challenge. Even if you get the timing and exposure right, you can still get artifacts from light pollution. Lonely Speck’s filter cuts reflections and yellow and orange wavelengths, resulting in awesome shots straight from your camera.
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