A set of sensors that provide 1:1 mapping of your chest, arms, hands and fingers. It can be used for gaming, interacting with virtual reality software, motion capture, using gestures to control software and hardware and more.
A media player for HDTVs that has a 5MP 1080p camera. It runs Android 4.2.2, has 8GB of storage, a microSD slot, two USB ports, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity plus a remote with built-in keyboard and air mouse.
Store your cash and cache your files in this dual-purpose pocket accessory. Made by Ravi Ratan, this 8GB USB flash drive has an integrated money clip. It’s available in a polished or brushed silver finish.
A solar lantern which provides up to 16 hours of light per charge. Works as a task light, ambient light, or nightlight, and can also charge mobile gadgets in a pinch. Its solar panel can be placed outside a tent while the lamp stays inside.
This gadget is small enough to throw in your backpack, but provides DSLR and small camera users with a rig for stable shots. Works with a variety of pro accessories, and can clip onto your beltline when extended, for added stability.
This promising virtual reality system can be used with HDTVs, gaming consoles, PCs and anything that has an HDMI output. It also has a clever controller that can be used as a gun, a joystick, a gamepad and a motion controller.
Despite its tacky name, the iStick provides much needed storage for iOS device users. Its a USB drive with an integrated Lightning connector to transfer files directly to and from your device. Available in 8GB to 128GB variants.
Tado modernizes air conditioners. It works with any IR remote-controlled AC unit, letting you manage it from your mobile device. Using your phone’s GPS and Bluetooth capabilities, Tado can also automatically turn your AC on or off.
Korner uses door and window trigger tags and connects to its fob via your router. When a tag detects an intrusion, the fob emits an alarm and also alerts you through a mobile app. Indiegogo supporters pay no annual subscription fee.
One ring to rule all of your devices. Nod is a wearable Bluetooth gesture sensing device. It lets you control desktop computers, mobile devices and even smart appliances. It’s also waterproof and lasts up to a day per charge.
A wearable smartphone designed for children. Tinitell lets kids call and answer calls simply by pressing its large button and saying the name of the person they want to call. It also has a GPS module so its wearer can be tracked.