Available at the Maker SHED store, this Truth Wristband Kit lets you build your own lie detector; it measures galvanic skin response and goes from blue to red if you’re a big, fat fibber.
It’s just a single function MP3 player, but the Little Sleep Machine makes an ideal gift for insomniac friends and family; it broadcasts three hours of soothing music designed to induce sleep.
A modern update of a classic 1965 Italian radio, the Brionvega RR227 includes an AM/FM radio and can play MP3 or WMA files through its 3W speaker via SD card, USB or Line-In.
Now official after a leak yesterday, Nikon’s D5000 DSLR packs a 12.3MP DX-format sensor, 2.7″ swiveling display, Live View, 11-point AF system and a 720/24p movie mode.
Bridging the virtual and physical worlds, Mike Neumann’s Poly.Touch concept is a “tangible” synthesizer which lets you dynamically configure real objects to serve as controls.
From cans to blocks: WeSC’s ALP Horn headphones feature funky square earcups; they also sport a convenient dual headband system, with a flexible inner band that fits your head.
Not too shabby: The DXG-125V is a 720p camcorder for less than $100; it also happens to be waterproof, includes a compass/lanyard, uses SD cards and runs on Li-ion batteries.
TechCrunch’s CrunchPad tablet now sports a slimmer design, an Intel Atom chip, bottom-up Linux OS and new Webkit browser version; Michael Arrington calls this the B.5 version.
It’s not the first rugged military-spec cellphone we’ve seen, but Samsung’s SGH-a657 is well-featured with A-GPS, 3G, PTT, Bluetooth, email, microSDHC slot and built-in flashlight.
KDDI’s Idda G9 sliderphone may be Japan only, but we’re fawning over its stainless steel frame and titanium finish; it packs a 3″ touchscreen, 3.2 MP camera and pico projector support.
Think of the Bulbdial Clock as a modern sundial: three rings of 12 multicolored LEDs project light onto a central rod, which in turn casts shadows–i.e., minute, hour and second hands.
Ranging from 13.3″ to 15.6″, Acer’s Timeline laptops target style-conscious buyers but also boast a decent feature set: LED displays, multitouch trackpads and up to 8 hours of battery life.
For all you WALL-E lovers out there: your favorite robot has been cast into a fantastically detailed computer case, complete with meticulous step by step instructions. Thanks, IceBone!
Yup, you read it right: MakerBot’s CupCake CNC is a 3D printer that essentially spits out plastic into shapes of your own design; it’s crude, but cheaper than commercial printers.
So exclusive that you can only request it over the phone, this all-white Leica M8 will be released in very limited quantities with a price likely to be between the regular M8 and the Safari.
Apple’s rackmounted Xserve line finally goes the way of Nehalem: choose from 4 or 8 core Xeon CPUs (max 2.93GHz), 1066MHz DDR3 RAM, and an optional 128GB SSD boot drive.
Post-nuke America meets Apple with this iPod Touch-powered Pip-Boy 3000; it uses the shell of the wristwatch replica that came with Amazon’s Survival Edition of Fallout 3.
Grace Audio’s Aqua Sounder lets you take your iPod poolside without worrying about getting it wet; a dock streams music to up to 10 floating speakers, with a max range of 150 feet.
The gadget gurus at Brando have a new combination uber-dock up; it could use an eSATA port (it uses USB 2.0), but still packs a 2.5″/3.5″ HDD dock, two USB ports and 3W speakers.
Not rich enough to wipe your butt with benjamins? This decidedly un-ergonomic (but wireless) Gold Bullion mouse lets you live pseudo-large while surfing for yachts at JamesList.
Kristofer Hammar’s DIY SNES Cartridge USB Hub is fast and easy; three out of four ports are available, with the last is permanently attached to a flash drive dongle for storage.
Hao Hua’s D-roll concept resembles an artist’s tube, except canvas is replaced with a roll-up OLED screen and a slide-out keyboard; the mouse and camera serve as caps to the tube.
And we thought the E71x was slick: Paris student Fabien Nauroy’s Nokia Envelop Cellphone is a trippy concept with a tear-off LCD screen that allows for dual orientations.
The Wii’s artistic offerings have thus far been limited, but Wii Spray promises to shake things up a bit; it allows you to do virtual graffiti using a spray can with a Wii Remote inside.
Used to improve vision after macular degeneration, this Implantable Mini Telescope (IMT) is a 4mm long prosthesis that is implanted in one eye; it enlarges images up to 3x.
The world’s smallest and lightest Full HD camcorder, Sony’s HDR-TG5 boasts 1920×1080 video, 16GB internal memory, geotagging, a 2.7″ touch display and 10x optical zoom.
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