Chui lets you remotely see and talk to the person at your door. It also has facial recognition, so it can tell you who is at your door and even let certain people in automatically. We wondered if a photo could fool it, but its makers say no.
A cheap and fun way to add a variety of analog artistic color and distortion effects to your digital camera. This turret has a low-fi f/8 47mm plastic lens and 18 different effects. Compatible with all Canon DSLR models.
Dust off those old boxes of mixtapes and turn them into digital files with this handy portable gadget which converts your old analog cassettes into files you can play on your computer, smartphone or media player.
A tiny inkjet printer driven by a robot. PocketPrinter prints grayscale documents at about one page per minute. Its cartridge carries enough black ink for 1,000 printed pages while its battery lasts up to an hour per charge.
RazorPod contains reusable silica beads that suck the moisture out of razor blades, making them last longer by preventing rust. We suggest skipping to 1:50 in the video unless you can endure a barrage of embarrassing dad humor.
Each of TwistVolt’s six outlets is mounted on a pyramid with joints that can rotate up to 270º in 90º increments. This way even the bulkiest plugs won’t get in the way of the others. Also available with USB ports and LED lighting.
This gadget works with most smartphones to turn them into a portable microscope, capturing still or video images of tiny organisms or other objects. It provides up to 800x magnification and requires no slides or other supplies.
Handcrafted using reclaimed timber and modern analog audio hardware. These 75W Bluetooth speakers are available in raw finish or worn out with aged parts and retro colors. They also have a 3.5mm aux in and a USB charging port.
The Pump Bluetooth headphones are coated with Teflon and have Kevlar shielding, making them waterproof and dust-resistant. Their battery lasts up to 8 hours and it comes with several ear bud tips to ensure you get a good fit.