Nicolas Vuignier has open sourced his airplane-like DIY bullet-time rig. The Centriphone works with the iPhone 6 and 6S, while the Centripro works with the GoPro 3, 3+ and 4. Nicolas is also selling the rig to those who don’t have access to a 3D printer.
When it launches, this LEGO-like power strip will have a base cord, US and EU sockets, a USB port, a wireless charger and a home automation module. Future modules include a speaker, a Wi-Fi repeater, a power-line adaptor and a surge protector.
A 7″ tablet designed to bring old vehicles up to speed with modern features found in newer cars, such as hands-free calling, music streaming, voice-activated navigation, a backup camera, collision warning, vehicle diagnostics and more.
Torch is a set of 3 detachable heat pads that you stick inside your coat using the included adhesive-backed Velcro patches. It has four levels of heat – 95ºF, 115ºF, 120ºF, and 135ºF – and lasts up to 4 hours per charge.
Porsche Design integrated the rear silencer and twin tailpipes from a 911 GT3 into a 200W 2.1 Dolby surround sound system such that they now amplify sound instead of dampening it. The speaker has a subwoofer output and Bluetooth, RCA, coaxial and optical inputs.
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