YouTuber Papierfliegerei made a significantly better version of his playful gun. The portable paper plane factory now has a modular construction for easier repair, and is more durable and more powerful. It can make and fire up to 120 paper planes in a minute.
The 8-Bit Guy shares four relics from the dawn of consumer digital photography. Sony’s Mavica line and Panasonic’s competing PalmCam used either floppy disks or mini discs for storage. They were slow and bulky, but already had the defining features of digital cameras.
Branch Designs’ port hub fit snugly on the side of the latest MacBook Pros. They take up both USB-C ports on either side and give you one USB-C port, an HDMI port, three USB 3 ports, a microSD slot and an SD slot. Available in two sizes: one for the 13″ and one for the 15″ MBP.
The Eve V is a crowdsourced Windows tablet-laptop hybrid. It can be configured with a mobile Core i7 CPU, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. It has a 12.3″ 2736 x 1824 IGZO LCD touchscreen and four speakers. Ports include two USB 3, one USB 3.1 Type-C and one Thunderbolt 3 Type-C.
The new FlashTorch Mini flashlight is 40% smaller than the original FlashTorch while still packing enough intensity to set objects on fire and even cook food. It has a customized 65W Carley halogen bulb, three brightness settings and a battery that lasts up to 100min.
The LaserDock is a compact RGB laser projector for visualizing music. It comes with easy-to-use Windows and MacOS apps that have hundreds of effects for digital music, MIDI and live instruments. Pair it with a fog machine and mosquito nets to get a cool 3D effect.
The Spontaneous Pop Up Display (SPUD) is a 720p pico projector which sits behind a 24″ 16:9 projection screen. The screen opens up like an umbrella, then folds over the projector when not in use. The whole setup weighs less than 2lb. The projector lasts up to 10h per charge.
A USB charger for neat freaks. Eclipse can house up to three USB cables – three USB-A, or two USB-A and one USB-C – and delivers power at up to 3A. It reveals the cables and lights up with a press of its touch-sensitive lid, and can be placed on a table or wall mounted.