SparkFun Electronics came up with a neat idea for a set and forget file server. The Rogue Router can power itself using one of SparkFun’s new solar panels, so you can place it even in remote locations.
Get a wormhole figure with Shenova’s eye-catching Space-Time Dress, from the brand’s new STEM collection. The dress is 40″ long and is made of easy wash, four-way stretch polyester and spandex.
Buy the dress from Shenova for $139 (USD) and rock that Einstein-Rosen steez.
Azimuth’s SP-1 Crazy Rider watch is clearly designed for the motorcycle enthusiast. It has a motorcycle-style chain drive at its heart. The chain is wrapped around a pair of sprockets on the dial and that’s what drives the whole thing.
For better or for worse, our appliances are getting smarter. But like their simpler ancestors, they usually come with their own remote controls, be they physical controllers or apps. French startup Sevenhugs thinks it has the answer with SmartRemote, a touchscreen universal remote control for connected devices.
It’s hard to demonstrate or promote virtual reality experiences with our current devices and interfaces. The people who upload VR videos often resort to point-of-view footage, but as Northway Games’ Sarah Northway said, that perspective gives us a cropped and distorted view of the virtual world.
Angelo Mastropietro made a kick ass home out of a cave. No, this luxury home for the modern caveman doesn’t have a Batmobile or a Bat-Pole that you can slide down, but it should. Despite that, it is way better than your non-cave home.
Prototyping has become very easy and affordable these days, but it still can be messy. Startup Bosphorus Mechatronics got tired of wiring, soldering and stacking shields too, so they came up with TinyLab.
Put simply, TinyLab is an Arduino Leonardo paired with a variety of commonly used components, all packed into a 8″x 5″ slab.
Well now I’m sad that I used the lighter pun on the tiny LEGO BB-8. LEGO certified builders Bright Bricks built this awesome life-size model of BB-8 for the UK premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Martin Beyer aka Graflex Saber is going to be very busy this year. He’s been working on an extremely detailed life-size replica of Anakin’s – and Luke’s and now Rey’s – lightsaber, and he recently showed off his second prototype on YouTube.
Lian Li adds to its roster of unorthodox PC cases with the Odyssey, a limited edition yacht-themed aluminum chassis. Anything is indeed possible.
The Odyssey will come in white or silver. It measures about 29″x 12″x 10″ and has room for a mini-ITX motherboard, two 3.5″ drives, two 2.5″ drives and two 12″ GPUs.
Welding and soldering form strong bonds that conduct electricity and heat, but they require high temperatures that can be dangerous to both people and equipment. A new company called MesoGlue claims that its eponymous metallic glue has all the advantages of welding and soldering but with the ease of use of polymer adhesives.
At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the snazziest TVs boasted HDR and 8K resolution screens. But perhaps the coolest ones at the show won’t ever go on sale. Made by Samsung, these two concept TVs consist of borderless displays that can split into smaller displays.
Thanks to Daniel Lilygreen, we don’t have to wait for a nuclear war to break out to craft part of a Power Armor. He designed a 3D printable, life-size and wearable T-45d helmet, and he’s sharing his files for free.
Intel and Ars Electronica Futurelab recently set a Guinness World Record for most UAVs flown simultaneously. They made 100 drones dance and put on a light show, set to music from a live orchestra.
To accomplish Drone 100, Futurelab created their own software to choreograph the drones, control their lights and complement the live music.
Good Smile Company must be huge fans of The Legend of Zelda. This new Figma Link, based on the Hero of Time’s appearance in 3DS adventure The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, is the toymaker’s fourth Link action figure.