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Gadgets, Gizmos, and Games for Geeks

Autonomous Fruit-Picking Drones: Harvesting the Future

Autonomous Fruit-Picking Drones: Harvesting the Future
Developed by Tevel Aerobotics, the Flying Autonomous Robot harvester is a collection of tethered drones that can pick ripe fruit from trees. The robots can analyze a piece of fruit for color and ripeness before picking it with its suction arm, being able to identify fruit from leaves or other objects.

Man Installs ‘Eject Passenger’ Button Garage Door Opener in Car

Man Installs ‘Eject Passenger’ Button Garage Door Opener in Car
Because who hasn’t dreamed of having a James Bond-style ejector seat in their vehicle to quickly remove a passenger during an uncomfortable conversation, YouTuber Scott Prints installed a passenger ejector seat button in his vehicle. Of course, it’s not actually an ejector seat button; it’s a garage door opener.

Make Your Own CBD Gummy Candies

Make Your Own CBD Gummy Candies
CBD: it’s all the rage. With numerous health benefits like pain relief and helping to reduce anxiety, it’s the latest miracle cure. And now you can make your own CBD gummy candies at home using the Nostalgia Electric Giant Gummy Bear, Fish, and Worm Maker (affiliate link).

NASA Astronaut Space Suit Can Koozie

NASA Astronaut Space Suit Can Koozie
Because there are few things more enjoyable in life than sipping a cold one and playing space rangers, maker of outerwear-inspired koozies Puffin Drinkwear is selling this insulated Space Suit koozie. The can cover fits standard 12- and 16-ounce cans and includes a tiny closable backpack for storing other goodies like… actually, I’m not sure what.

Man Creates Marble Dropper With 1 Millisecond Accuracy

Man Creates Marble Dropper With 1 Millisecond Accuracy
Creating marble machines that produce music when the balls hit objects, Martin Molin of the band Wintergatan (which I’m pretty sure is just him and his machine) knows precision ball-dropping is of utmost importance. So he developed this ball gate that can release his musical marbles with a standard timing deviation of just 1.46 milliseconds.

Countertop Saltwater Taffy Puller: Candy for Days

Countertop Saltwater Taffy Puller: Candy for Days
Saltwater taffy: it’s the sort of candy most people can have a few pieces of at the beach, then be perfectly content until their next beach trip. But maybe you’re one of the few who can’t get enough of it.

LEGO Ferris Wheel Great Ball Contraption

LEGO Ferris Wheel Great Ball Contraption
Designed and built by Berthil van Beek for the Eurobricks T23 competition (where I’m sure it will be a contender), this LEGO Great Ball Contraption (GBC) is a massive functional Ferris wheel, with a diameter of a 91cm (~36″).

Playstation 5 Controller Alarm Clock: Wake Up to Game

Playstation 5 Controller Alarm Clock: Wake Up to Game
Filed under products I never knew existed and would probably be fine if that were still the case, Firebox is selling an officially licensed Playstation 5 Alarm Clock, which looks like a PS5 controller atop a charging dock.

Human Spine Lamp: A Gothic De-Light

Human Spine Lamp: A Gothic De-Light
Because why limit skeletons to just your closet, macabre Etsy shop the blackened teeth (mine are just yellowed) is selling the Spine Lamp, a 60cm (~24″) table lamp made with a realistic human spine. Perhaps a little TOO realistic.

Creepy Tentacle Robot Can Carefully Grasp Fragile Objects

Creepy Tentacle Robot Can Carefully Grasp Fragile Objects
Because what good is a robotic gripper if it breaks everything it touches, researchers at Harvard’s John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed a robotic gripper that can carefully grasp and pick up objects with its creepily long tentacles.

‘Pocket Miku’: A Synthesizer That Sings

‘Pocket Miku’: A Synthesizer That Sings
The Pocket Miku is a tiny synthesizer that turns its key presses (or audio input) into Hatsune Miku’s voice. For those of you unfamiliar, Miku is a Vocaloid software voicebank created by Crypton Future Media and its official anthropomorphic mascot, a Japanese idol with long, turquoise hair.

3D Printed Meat Is Coming to a Supermarket Near You

3D Printed Meat Is Coming to a Supermarket Near You
3D printed meat: just the thought alone probably has your mouth watering right now. I know mine is, but I’ve eaten nothing but saltines for the better part of a week because I’m too lazy to go to the grocery store and too poor to order delivery.

Butt Be Dry Waterproof Seating Pad: So Long, Soggy Pants!

Butt Be Dry Waterproof Seating Pad: So Long, Soggy Pants!
Because nobody likes a wet butt (I only face forward in the shower), the Butt Be Dry (affiliate link) is a portable seating pad to prevent the back of your pants from getting soaked while sitting on a wet seat.

This Tic-Tac Gun Is a Minty-Fresh Blaster

This Tic-Tac Gun Is a Minty-Fresh Blaster
Designed, 3D printed, and sold by Etsy shop 3DCubedPrinting; the TTG2.5 is a  handgun that uses mints as bullets. That way, you don’t even have to clean up after shooting cans for target practice in your living room; just let your dogs enjoy minty-fresh breath.

LEGO Releasing 4,049-Piece Iron Man Hulkbuster Build Set

LEGO Releasing 4,049-Piece Iron Man Hulkbuster Build Set
Priced to bust wallets at $550, the LEGO Avengers Hulkbuster set is the toy giant’s largest Marvel set to date, with an impressive 4,049 pieces. For reference, that’s $200 more but only 277 pieces more than the LEGO Daily Bugle set.

Biodegradable, Single-Use Circuit Boards Printed on Paper

Biodegradable, Single-Use Circuit Boards Printed on Paper
Because most computing technology is notoriously earth-unfriendly with its inability to be reused or recycled, researchers at the State University of New York at Binghamton have developed circuit boards printed on paper that can be safely disposed of after a single use, either by burning or naturally biodegrading.