Artist and designer Love Hultén shows off another one of his amazing custom builds. This time, he took a modern Korg Minilogue analog synthesizer, and built a Commodore SX-64-inspired portable wooden enclosure to house its electronics, then outfitted with cool orange knobs, and a matching keyboard in retro shades of tan and brown.
Smart guys Mark Rober and James Bruton show us how to game the system with engineering know-how. They recently collaborated on a special bowling ball that can consistently bowl strikes by simply leaning in the direction you want it to go after you release it down the alley.
Razer’s top-of-the-line wireless gaming mouse features an astoundingly precise 20,000 DPI sensor, tracks up to 600 inches per second, and is roughly 25% faster than its competition. It packs 14-zone Chroma RGB lighting, 11 programmable buttons with fast optical switches, a lift-off sensor, and customizable scroll wheel resistance.
Twelve South’s handy wireless adapter lets you use wireless Bluetooth headphones with any wired headphone jack, like those on airplanes. The latest model lets you connect two sets of headphones to one audio source at the same time, and lasts up to 16 hours per charge.
This tabletop gadget looks like a vintage film projector, but it actually packs a modern DLP digital projector inside. It’s made from sturdy aluminum, with a tilting base. Its 10000 mAH battery means it’ll run for up to 4 hours while unplugged, and it can mirror Android or iOS devices over WiFi in addition to […]
Motorola’s classic Razr flip phone is back. It features a foldable 6.2″ OLED display in its center, offering up an Android 9 UI on a gadget that folds down to half its height in your pocket. It also has a 2.7″ “Quick View” display when closed. It’s not the most advanced phone, but it’s some […]
When shooting photos underwater, there’s often a hazy blue-green layer that gives everything a murky look. Engineer and oceanographer Derya Akkaynak has developed an algorithm which digitally removes that tinge, allowing images to appear sharper and more brilliant than ever. Read more on Scientific American.
House of Marley’s wireless headphones offer enveloping sound from their 40mm hi-def drivers. They have memory foam ear cushions, Bluetooth 5.0, a 24-hour runtime, and USB-C quick charging. They’re made from sustainable wood, steel, recyclable aluminum, reclaimed hemp, organic cotton, and recycled plastic bottles.
The new MacBook Pro can be had for the first time with a 16″ display. The screen has a crisp 3072×1920 resolution, while the keyboard has been upgraded for better feel. It comes with a 2.3GHz or 2.4GHz 8-core Intel Core i9 CPU, 1TB to 8TB SSD, 16GB to 64GB RAM, four Thunderbolt 3 ports, […]
Get a great deal on one of the best 4K TVs on the market. At half of its original price, the 55″ 2018 LG B8 offers up stellar colors, great contrast, and rich, inky blacks that only an OLED display can produce. It’s got support for Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG HDR formats, and LG’s […]
Like other Casio PRO TREK watches, the PRT-B50 is packed with useful features for outdoor adventures, like a step counter, compass, altitude, barometric, and temperature sensors. Now it adds Bluetooth connectivity to sync trip data with the PRO TREK Connected mobile app for Android or iOS.
Kanto’s powered TUK stereo speaker system maximizes sound quality in a compact form factor. They crank out 260W peak power (130W total RMS) and their Air Motion Transformer tweeters and low-mass aluminum drivers minimize distortion. They support Bluetooth 4.2 with aptX HD, along with phono, RCA, and Optical inputs.
Engineers from Canada’s Laval University Robotics Laboratory show off their motion simulator robot by strapping a Baymax bobblehead to its platform. As you can see in this demo footage, the kinematically redundant parallel mechanism offers incredible flexibility when it comes to positioning its platform.
While name-brand phones keep getting thinner and more fragile, DOOGEE has gone against the grain with this ruggedized Android 9.0 model. It’s IP68 dropproof, waterproof, and dustproof, with protection from every side. It’s got a triple Sony AI rear camera, a 5.9″ 1080×2280 IPS display, Helio P70 CPU, and a huge 6300mAh battery.
Smart MicroOptics‘ tabletop gadget is designed to turn any smartphone into a high resolution microscope. The system will offer 35x-200x, 75x-500x, and 150x-1000x magnification modules, capturing details as small as 1 micron. Both a basic and precision stage will be offered when it goes up for sale on Kickstarter on 11/12/19.