Entertainment and security in one remote-controlled egg. It has a projector with an adjustable lens, a camera, various sensors and a sound system. It maps your home so you can ask it to come to a specific room, or control it directly.
A power strip that reduces cable clutter. Boxtap’s five outlets are hidden inside a case. The front has buttons to toggle the outlets as well as two USB charging ports. It comes with stickers to help you label the outlets.
Pronto battery packs recharge quickly. You can fully charge them in an hour; you can even get enough power to fully charge an iPhone 5 just by charging the packs for 5 minutes. Available in 4500mAh and 13,500mAh capacities.
A relatively affordable and compact high frame rate camera. The base model’s resolution is 640×480 at 840fps, right up to 16,500fps at 64×64. The premium model takes 2560×2048 video at 75fps, right up to 18,500fps at 64×64.
This amazing device was built using 3D printing, a cordless screwdriver, and mechanical know-how. What does it do? It takes flat sheets of paper, folds paper airplanes, and fires them. If ever a project needed to be on Kickstarter, it’s this.
An upcoming series of competitively priced 3D printers. The entry-level Rapide Lite 200 for instance has an 8000cm3 build volume, a precise 50 micron minimum layer height and can print in ABS, PLA, PVA, HIPS, nylon and laywood.
At about the size of a car key fob, the Chargerito is probably the smallest mobile device charger you can get. It also has a bottle opener. Available in microUSB and Lightning variants. The pre-order price is discounted by $20.