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This 3D Printed Measuring Cube Should Be in Every Kitchen

This 3D Printed Measuring Cube Should Be in Every Kitchen
If you like to cook, it’s important that you measure your ingredients properly. It’s especially critical for baking. That said, every kitchen needs a set of measuring spoons and cups. Here’s a cool design for a kitchen gadget which combines a variety of measurement sizes into a single cube.

The World’s Smallest Ham Radio Can Fit on a Keychain

The World’s Smallest Ham Radio Can Fit on a Keychain
Since the advent of e-mail, the internet, and text messaging, the need for amateur radio communication has definitely diminished. But there’s still a small but dedicated group of enthusiasts out there who enjoy communicating via amateur radio, also known as “Ham radio.”
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The PrintPod Is a Handheld Printer That Can Print on Almost Anything

The PrintPod Is a Handheld Printer That Can Print on Almost Anything
Normally, printers are designed to print on flat sheets of paper. But this ingenious little gadget can print on smooth, curved, or bumpy surfaces, and all kinds of materials, including wood, metal, fabric, rocks, or even your skin.

This Weird Japanese Gadget Detects If You Stink

This Weird Japanese Gadget Detects If You Stink
I like to think that I’m a pretty clean person. I take a shower at least once or twice every day, use deodorant, brush my teeth regularly, and don’t roll around in the trash like Pigpen.

The Chin Rest Arm Will Help You Nap at Your Desk

The Chin Rest Arm Will Help You Nap at Your Desk
It’s not easy being a slacker. Say you are at your desk on a Zoom call and you start dozing off. It’s such a pain to hold your hand up to your chin and prop your head up so that you can sleep, but still look like you are working.

Of All the Echo Dot Holders I’ve Had, You’re the First, Bender

Of All the Echo Dot Holders I’ve Had, You’re the First, Bender
Among the many pop culture robots to ever be created, Bender Bending Rodríguez lands a place plainly in the top 10 of all time. Futurama’s snarky, belligerent, and occasionally sympathetic robot companion has a fond place in many a geek’s heart.

Divoom Ditoo Bluetooth Speaker Displays Pixel Art on a Tiny Retro Computer

Divoom Ditoo Bluetooth Speaker Displays Pixel Art on a Tiny Retro Computer
If you love the retro look of pixel art, check out this little desktop accessory that not only can display custom pixel art, but can play music and work as an alarm clock, among other things.

I Have Concrete Evidence These Gadgets Won’t Ever Work

I Have Concrete Evidence These Gadgets Won’t Ever Work
Normally, electronics require circuit board, electricity, and various other parts in order to function. So I can say with 100% certainty that gadgets made from concrete will not function no matter how much you want them to.

This Simple Touch Synthesizer Makes Some Crazy Sounds

This Simple Touch Synthesizer Makes Some Crazy Sounds
Electronic musicians are always looking for new ways to expand their arsenal of sounds. There are lots of different off-the-shelf synthesizers out there, but some of the coolest instruments are the homebrew designs out there. I recently stumbled onto this cool little touch-based synth, and it offers up some really nifty analog sounds.

USB-powered Bears Keep Your Hands Warm While Typing

USB-powered Bears Keep Your Hands Warm While Typing
Do your hands get cold while you type away at your computer keyboard? Mine do here in my drafty office with the snow falling outside my window. And while I could just type with gloves on, I think some USB-powered hand warmers might be better a better idea.

smART Pixelator Turns Your Images Into Pixel Art Templates

smART Pixelator Turns Your Images Into Pixel Art Templates
I have a very soft spot in my heart for pixel art, having grown up in the 1980s with rudimentary 8-bit and 16-bit video games dominating my formative years. So I really love anything that encourages the creation of pixel-based designs.

Diple Smartphone Microscope Review: A Bargain-Priced Optical Powerhouse

Diple Smartphone Microscope Review: A Bargain-Priced Optical Powerhouse
It’s pretty amazing what smartphone cameras are capable of these days. I used to carry around lots of camera gear to events, and with very few exceptions now, my iPhone 11 Pro Max is all I bring with me.

Sony SRS-WS1 Wearable Speaker Review: Personal Audio without Headphones

Sony SRS-WS1 Wearable Speaker Review: Personal Audio without Headphones
Most audio output devices fall into one of two categories: headphones for personal listening, and loudspeakers for group listening. But Sony’s new device falls somewhere between the two – a speaker you can wear. The SRS-WS1 is designed for those times that you want the sound quality and volume of a loudspeakers, but don’t want to wake the whole house.

Cat Head Chargers: For Purring up Your Gadgets

Cat Head Chargers: For Purring up Your Gadgets
Do you like cats? Got some electronic devices that need charging? Then have I got something for you! These battery packs from Japan look just like cat heads. And just like real cats, they’re kind of weird.

Sony Aibo Robot Dog Review: K-9 Eat Your Heart Out

Sony Aibo Robot Dog Review: K-9 Eat Your Heart Out
The first time I came across the concept of a robot dog was Doctor Who’s pet dog K-9, and then Rags, the talking dog in Woody Allen’s Sleeper. While both of these science fiction dogs were charming in their own ways, they’ve got nothing on the latest version of Sony’s Aibo robot companion, a true wonder of 21st-century engineering.

Fenix PD36R Flashlight Review: A Pocket Powerhouse

Fenix PD36R Flashlight Review: A Pocket Powerhouse
If you’re looking for a super-bright and well built flashlight that’s up to about any task, look no further. Measuring in at just 5.4″ long, the Fenix PD36R may be small, but it is also mighty.
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