A program that uses ordinary webcams to give you a digital avatar, which mimics your head movement and facial expressions in real time. You can use it to stream or record videos and make animated movies or video games.
Wearable drum pads that you can put over or under your pants or any other piece of clothing. DrumPants has a control box that can play hundreds of sounds, such as drums, synths, guitars and more. It also comes with foot sensors.
The thingCharger is an adapter for power outlets. It has 2 USB ports at the bottom and interchangeable charging adapters on top. It comes with a 30-pin, a micro-USB and a mini-USB adapter. Lightning adapter optional.
You can worry less now about having your holiday spirit attacked thanks to an easter egg from Google. From any mobile device, simply type “let’s go caroling” into Google’s search box and karaoke versions of several classics pop up.
Place the FWD Powershot inside your hockey stick and capture all of your stats with the corresponding Sportscard app. Then you can see how fast and powerful your shots are and compare performances to step up your game.
The new Mac Pro can have up to a 3GHz 8-core Intel Xeon E5 CPU (non-upgradable), 2 6GB AMD FirePro GPUs, 64GB RAM and 1TB SSD. It has 4 USB 3, 6 Thunderbolt, 2 Ethernet and an HDMI port. See how it’s made here.
Goji Play helps make working out on cardio machines more fun. It has two wireless controllers, an iOS app with 12 compatible games and clip-on sensors that track your distance, time and calories burned.
Further proof that virtually everything that was ever made that was worth a damn stole and repurposed earlier ideas. Case in point, Apple’s iPhone – which took numerous ideas previously executed and just made them more accessible.
A night vision camera for iOS and Android devices. It doesn’t need your device’s camera; instead it wirelessly streams video to your device through an app, from which you can capture still images or record live video.
Offering immersive sound with deep bass, clear mids and clean highs, the Kraken Forged Edition headphones feature a slick brushed aluminum finish, large comfortable earcups, and swappable cables for gaming or voice calls.
A credit-card sized pack containing four flash drives ready to be shared. Their cases are made from recycled paper and plastic, while the drives are waterproof and shockproof. Available in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities.
A minimal, round Bluetooth stereo speaker with a convenient wall mount accessory. The PA1 has a 52mm tweeter and two 20w drivers. You can also connect two PA1 units for stereo output. It also works with an optional speaker stand.
The Kaldewei Sound Wave is a bathtub that can stream audio via Bluetooth. Its drivers are attached within its body and are facing the tub, so you can listen and feel the sound. R&B massages might become a thing with this tub.
The HiddenRadio2 is a significant step up from its popular predecessor. It now automatically raises and lowers its protective cap, has intuitive touch controls, better cones and drivers, support for NFC and an alarm function.
The Toyota FCV Concept uses hydrogen fuel cells to drive its electric motors, emitting only water as its waste material. Its two hydrogen tanks are good for more than 300mi and can be refilled in just three minutes. Available in 2015.
Lightweight aluminum alloy headphones with clean, natural sound and long-wearing comfort. They offer a flat, tangle-free cable, inline remote control w/microphone, and a sturdy matching case. Full review on Technabob.
Inspired by the Soundsticks, the Aura is a compact omnidirectional speaker. It has 1 30w and 2 15w amps, 6 1.5” high and mid drivers and a 4.5” subwoofer. Works with Bluetooth, AirPlay and DLNA. It also has 3.5mm and optical inputs.
While we think there are far greater tragedies than cracking the your smartphone’s screen, it still sucks. Now engineers at Honda have developed a phone case that works just like the airbags in a car. It’s not April 1st already, is it?
A dongle that lets you wirelessly send video and audio to any device with an HDMI port, even without an Internet connection. Mirror your computer’s display, create a second display or share media to multiple computers at once.
A gaming PC optimized for Valve’s upcoming SteamOS. Unlike most computers, Jetpack’s internal components are arranged horizontally instead of vertically, so you can mount it behind your HDTV. Drops 1/1/14 for $1,000+.