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3D Pocketcopter Flying Camera: Smile at the Choppa

3D Pocketcopter Flying Camera: Smile at the Choppa
If the 3D Pocketcopter is the real deal, you won’t need to shell out hundreds of dollars for a simple airborne camera. The battery-powered device is controlled wirelessly over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and works with iOS,…
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3&DBot Robot 3D Printer: The World is Your Build Platform

3&DBot Robot 3D Printer: The World is Your Build Platform
Like ink printers, the size of a 3D printer limits the size of the objects it can print. Until now. Researchers from two different labs in Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio) worked together…
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Totem: A VR Headset With Forward Facing Cameras

Totem: A VR Headset With Forward Facing Cameras
This is Totem, yet another VR headset on Kickstarter. I’m posting about it, however, because it can do some really cool things that other VR goggles we’ve seen can’t, and I don’t think the developers have…
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A Tech Firm Is Developing a Tool That Can Detect Texting While Driving

A Tech Firm Is Developing a Tool That Can Detect Texting While Driving
Idiots texting while trying to pilot a motor vehicle are one of the many blights afflicting our society right now. Yes, they do tend to remove themselves from the gene pool, but most of us seem…
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Polaroid Socialmatic Camera is Like the ’80s but Better

Polaroid Socialmatic Camera is Like the ’80s but Better
Back in 2013, we talked a bit about a camera called the Socialmatic that was going from concept to reality. Fast-forward over a year and Polaroid has announced that the Socialmatic camera will be on store…
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BitLab: Crowdsourced Modules For LittleBits

BitLab: Crowdsourced Modules For LittleBits
LittleBits, the company that makes electronics kits for people who don’t know how to solder, is now opening up a new service called “BitLab.” It’s being pushed as an “app store for hardware” in which users…
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Corning Fibrance Light-diffusing Optical Fiber: Fery Impressife

Corning Fibrance Light-diffusing Optical Fiber: Fery Impressife
These days, Corning is best known for its Gorilla Glass, which protects millions of smartphones and other devices. But the glass and ceramics specialist also knows a thing or two about decorative items. It recently unveiled…
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Sega Augmented Reality Sandbox: Terramapping

Sega Augmented Reality Sandbox: Terramapping
Japan’s arcades will soon have a game that requires a more hands-on approach. Sega’s Eederu Sunaba is an augmented reality game that uses sensors and projectors to display virtual landscapes and animals on a sandbox. The…
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Xbox One Laptop Mod: Xbook One

Xbox One Laptop Mod: Xbook One
We’ve seen an Xbox One laptop mod before, but if you’re looking for a more customizable design check out Ed Zarick’s Xbook One. Ed has been modifying Xbox 360 consoles for a while now, and he…
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Jetpack to Increase Speed & Agility: Slightly Advanced Warfare

Jetpack to Increase Speed & Agility: Slightly Advanced Warfare
Swiss pilot Yves Rossy is known around the world as Jetman because he made – and flies with – his own jet-propelled wing. Arizona State University (ASU) student Jason Kerestes also made a jetpack, but it’s…
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Ricoh WG-M1: A Particularly Rugged Looking New Action Cam

Ricoh WG-M1: A Particularly Rugged Looking New Action Cam
“GoPro” is quickly become genericized. I’ve seen people say “GoPro” when looking at Sony or JVC. Any company that wants to break into this market had better be bringing a seriously good product with some features…
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Technabob Welcomes Writer Stirling Matheson

Technabob Welcomes Writer Stirling Matheson
Stirling Matheson is a California native and the son of a punk singer/guitarist and a painter/stylist, and proud owner of one of the world’s unlikeliest resumé. Since graduating from Butler University with a BA in Dance,…
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Intel Edison Released; Expandable with Sparkfun Blocks

Intel Edison Released; Expandable with Sparkfun Blocks
Earlier this year Intel unveiled Edison, its first low-cost system-on-a-chip. Its production version is now available for pre-order, and while it’s changed its form factor it’s still an interesting or useful platform for tinkerers, students and…
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Local Motors Strati 3D Printed Car: Gone in 44 Hours

Local Motors Strati 3D Printed Car: Gone in 44 Hours
You wouldn’t steal a car, but someday you might be able to download and replicate one, thanks to Local Motors. As of this writing the vehicle maker is creating the world’s (partially) 3D printed car at…
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Apple Watch (iWatch) Design, Features and Price Revealed

Apple Watch (iWatch) Design, Features and Price Revealed
Apple today revealed it’s long-anticipated entry into the wearable tech space, with its first ever smartwatch. No longer dubbed “iWatch,” the timepiece is named simply “Apple Watch“. The watch is designed to be the most accurate…
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AT&T and Verizon Says 10Mbps Is “Too Fast” For a Broadband Standard

AT&T and Verizon Says 10Mbps Is “Too Fast” For a Broadband Standard
Right now, “broadband” is defined as 4Mbps or higher. These days, 4Mbps is also known by such names as “slower than using a pigeon,” “glacial,” and “a great excuse for why you suck at any given…
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