I’m Back is an attachment that lets you take digital photos and videos on 35mm film cameras. It’s based on the Raspberry Pi Zero and uses a 16mp sensor. It has a variety of back plates for most camera brands, including Nikon, Canon, Leica, Yashica, Pentax and Olympus.
Until we get bezel-less displays, multi-monitor setups will have borders. But ASUS thinks it has devised a stopgap solution. Its Bezel-free Kit is a set of transparent peripherals that clip onto monitors where their seams meet. Its lenses bend light to hide the displays’ borders.
The makers of the Flectr spoke reflector came up with a more aerodynamic and durable light reflector for bicycle wheels. The Flectr 360 is a razor-thin film that curves around the arched surface of bicycle rims, allowing it to reflect light coming from either side of the bike.
The surprisingly robust OttoLock is mainly designed for cyclists, but it’s so light and easy to use you’ll be locking down other items with it as well. It weighs just 4oz (115g) but is harder to cut than cable locks, thanks to the layers of metal and Kevlar inside its plastic sleeve.
The QcK Prism only features colorful RGB LED illumination, and has two different surfaces, cloth on one side for friction, and a smooth-gliding polymer on the other. The 12 LED zones can be programmed to display colors based on in-game events like low health or ammo.