We’ve become spoiled by the heated seats in our cars, so now we want our backs and butts to be warm wherever we go. Gobi Heat’s Terrain chair helps keep you toasty for up to nine hours per charge, so you can lose the chill when camping or tailgating on cold days. The chair folds up and includes a carrying bag.
This lightweight technical jacket keeps you comfortable no matter the weather. Its breathable graphene-infused fabric regulates temperature and resists bacteria, while three heating elements add warmth on chilly days. It’s water- and wind-resistant and machine washable. Ten pockets provide plenty of space.
This lightweight jacket keeps you warm with its windproof fabric and Thinsulate insulation, along with an infrared heating system that can be activated with the push of a button. It also has reflective accents, an adjustable hood, theft-resistant pockets, a built-in facemask, and more.
When space junk falls towards Earth, it’s supposed to burn up in the atmosphere. This video from the ESA simulates the conditions of re-entry on a satellite’s solar array plasma wind tunnel. Satellite operators are required to minimize the risk of casualties from falling debris, and this kind of testing can help reduce such risks.
If you’re going to park your butt on an outdoor bench in the winter, it can be a jarring experience. HomeMadeModern wanted to improve upon the basic design, so he embedded a heated rubber mat in a DIY concrete bench. Heated seats are great in cars, so we imagine they’d be just as pleasant outdoors.
Modern Awesome Labs’ unique playing cards are printed with a special ink that reacts to body heat. Simply swipe your fingertips over the surface of the cards, and the images on their fronts transform to new shades. After you put them down, they reset to their original color after about 30 seconds.
Designed for camping in extreme weather conditions including cold, high winds, and rain, this heated mat connects to a portable external furnace, which can run for up to 24 hours using butane or propane gas. Weighing 6.4 lb total, it’s designed to pack up small for easy carrying.
General Electric engineers dropped a snowball into a vat of molten metal slag, yet it did not melt, thanks to the amazingly well insulated superalloy container they placed it inside of. These materials are designed to withstand the extreme heat produced by a jet engine.