Check out this short video from engineers at Wuhan University in China, showing off a special robot they developed. Its unique capability ensures that you can never hide from their robots, while they can hide from you.
Wanna stare discreetly? Check out Uncle Milton’s Chameleon Vision Goggles. Move its eyes and you’ll be able to see in two different directions at once. Because that is how a chameleon do. The goggles even let you see behind you, thanks to its built-in side mirrors.
A while back I discovered these cool RGBy LED lamps from Japan, which could automatically detect the color on which they were placed and change to match. While they were quite cool, they were also quite expensive .
This dramatic replacement case for the Xbox 360 is a great way to give your 360 system the much-needed makeover it deserves.
Despite its name, the new XCM Black Light Chameleon case doesn’t actually have a black light in it.
Remember the oh-so-cool RGBy Desk I showed you a few weeks back? The desk uses color sensors and tons of RGB LEDs to change colors to match items placed on top of it. But it was a one-of-a-kind piece that would probably cost thousands of dollars even if you could buy one.
This amazing LED tabletop surface can sense the color of objects placed on top of it, then automatically change its own colors to match.
The RGBy desk uses small clusters of photo sensors and multicolored LEDs to work its color-changing magic.