Category: gadgets


The Light L16 Camera: the world’s first multi-aperture computational camera

09 October, 2015 エスピオン

Meet the world’s first multi-aperture computational camera. The Light L16 Camera uses breakthrough optics design with the most advanced imaging engine ever created to give you the control of a DSLR with the convenience of a smartphone. With 16 individual cameras, 10 of them firing simultaneously, the L16 captures the detail of your shot at […]

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Virtual Reality Porn via BadoinkVR

26 September, 2015 エスピオン

BaDoink, a leading online adult entertainment company, has been an active pioneer in the virtual reality space – attempting to bring virtual reality porn to the masses. They recently hit the streets of San Francisco, California to give passerbys their first virtual reality experience, using the Samsung Gear VR with a Samsung Galaxy 6. The […]

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Future First Person Shooter – father.IO

father.IO is an augmented reality First Person Shooter in the real world. Father.IO is an action game with a strong strategic component, in typical Risk and Travian style, that can be played in the real world: gamers will enter a real-life gaming experience, complete location-based missions, conquer territories, and collect virtual resources – all in […]

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Remote Controlled Homemade Death Ray Laser DRONE BOT!

19 August, 2014 エスピオン

This beast packs a potent 2W blue laser that fries anything in it’s path. It can walk around and shoot its death ray at the touch of a button.

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Structure Sensor Offers 3D Scanning for iPad

23 February, 2014 エスピオン

The Structure Sensor enables you to capture accurate dimensions of objects and environments, and save them for all sorts of uses, such as interior decoration, videogame design, augmented reality, 3D printing and who knows what else! You can now preorder the Structure Sensor, the first 3D sensor for mobile devices, at www.structure.io

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Onewheel Electric Skateboard

23 January, 2014 Luthien

Onewheel is a self-balancing electric skateboard that will take your skateboard experience to the next level. The project is still seeking funding via kickstarter and has already been backed up for almost  $200,000.

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Mood Sweater changes colour based on how you feel

23 January, 2014 Luthien

SENSOREE has created  a design called the GER: Galvanic Extimacy Responder. It has sensors that are located on the hands which read excitement levels so that it can translate the data into a palette of colours. Would you wear such a futuristic design and let people know how you feel?

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3D Chocolate & Sugar Printer

22 January, 2014 Luthien

3D System printers allow you to print a chocolate or sugar masterpieces. The sweets are crafted from layers of sugar containing flavourings like vanilla, sour apple or cherry. A jet print head is used to spray water onto the sugar and harden the crystals, building up the sweets layer-by-layer. You can start to print your own […]

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Project Christine

Project Christine is a really cool new concept design from Razer that allows users to build and customize PCs in any configuration without any prior technical knowledge. You can basically choose any module on-the-fly, in any combination, whether it’s the CPU, memory, graphics card, storage or power supply module. The PCI-Express architecture automatically syncs the […]

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No More Woof – the Dog-English Translator

20 December, 2013 Luthien

A new Indiegogo campaign has already raised money for a device called “No More Woof”. By donating 65$ you can become a proud owner of a one sensor equipped device that will be able to distinguish 2-3 thought patterns, most likely Tiredness, Hunger and Curiosity. The product has been developed by NSID, a small Scandinavian research […]

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Robot cubes that self-assemble

19 December, 2013 エスピオン

Known as M-Blocks, the robots are cubes with no external moving parts. Nonetheless, they’re able to climb over and around one another, leap through the air, roll across the ground, and even move while suspended upside down from metallic surfaces. Inside each M-Block is a flywheel that can reach speeds of 20,000 revolutions per minute; […]

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LEGO Rube Goldberg Machine by AKIYUKI

19 December, 2013 Luthien

Akiyuki is a Japanese LEGO and machinery enthusiast that builds impressive GBC modules out of Lego blocks. You can follow his blog to see more designs.

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Taking a bicycle ride to the next level

17 December, 2013 Luthien

Smart Wheel is a pedal assist which means it helps you ride your bike effortlessly. The motor turns on when you start pedalling and begins accelerating to your desired speed. It saves you time by getting you to your destination faster and gets you there without losing your breath or breaking a sweat, and it […]

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Valve release first steam machines for beta testing

16 December, 2013 Luthien

On Friday 13th December 2013, Valve sent out “beta” units of the first Steam Machine to 300 lucky testers. A fantastic Christmas present, but unfortunately only in the U.S.  – at least in this first phase of the beta. The company regrets having to make this decision and blames various legal obstacles that would otherwise […]

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Smartwatch, do you need one?

10 December, 2013 Luthien

A lot of well known companies are building their own smartwatches, the new ones try to get funded on portals like Indegogo.Looks like the market is rapidly expanding as everyone seems to want one of these cool gadgets. There’s currently 2 main types – The stand alone watch, and the Bluetooth smart watch. The first […]

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littleBits Synth Kit in collaboration with KORG

21 November, 2013 エスピオン

The littleBits synth kit is an incredibly powerful, easy to use modular synthesizer. The Synth Kit, developed in partnership with Korg, a pioneer of electronic musical equipment, enables amateur and professional musicians to easily explore the iconic synthesizer instrument, allowing you to make exciting new sounds and build their own infinitely customizable and expandable analog […]

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Yocto – The DIY TR 808 clone

21 November, 2013 エスピオン

Yocto is a clone of the famous Roland TR-808. The kit includes two PCBs (main circuit with analog drums and the sequencer and IO_board with 11 separate outputs, 2 trigger, Midi IN OUT THRU input / output Din SYNC24 and power) with all components to assemble the kit, with the exception of the power transformer […]

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Panono: Panoramic Ball Camera

12 November, 2013 エスピオン

Panono is a throwable panoramic ball camera, which captures everything in every direction for amazing 72 megapixel, 360° X 360° full-spherical panoramic images.

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Virtual Reality Head Tracking and Realtime Motion Capture in UDK

3 videos demonstrating head tracking, realtime motion capture and head mounted display for an immersive virtual reality experience in Unreal Engine.

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A Swarm of Nano Quadrotors

01 February, 2012 エスピオン

Experiments performed with a team of nano quadrotors at the GRASP Lab, University of Pennsylvania. Vehicles developed by KMel Robotics.

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Project Fiona – Razer’s Gaming Tablet Concept

11 January, 2012 エスピオン

This Razer mobile device features an intuitive control setup and claims to deliver a cutting edge gaming experience.

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GLaDOSiri on iPhone 4S

16 December, 2011 エスピオン

Apple announced Siri on iPhone 4S, which lets you use your voice to send messages, set reminders, place phone calls, and more. Let’s hope they replace it with GLaDOSiri, which is way better!

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What happens when Siri talks to Siri?

16 December, 2011 エスピオン

What happens when two Siri’s talk to each other? Watch and find out..

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OLEDs: Organic Light Emitting Diodes

29 October, 2011 エスピオン

Researchers in Dresden are looking at the future of OLED’s for lighting and architectural installations.

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Nokia Kinetic flexible display

29 October, 2011 エスピオン

At Nokia World in London, Nokia is looking at Kinetic devices, which can be bent to control the operating system.

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