DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Samsung Announces Eye-tracking Tech For Those With Disabilities

The portable and wireless EYECAN+ simply hides underneath a computer monitor. All the user has to do is make sure the screen is in sight, and sit or lay about 60-70 cm away from the screen. A pop-up menu features 18 different commands to choose from, like copy, paste, select and zoom; “each of which can be configured to a specific action or a general keyboard combination” (Slash Gear). For the user to select an item, focusing their eyes on that item is the equivalent of clicking on it with a mouse.

APPLE
Your iPhone Gets a Chance to Be VR Fit With Pinć

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Motorola KeyLink Takes the Headache out of Searching for Lost Phone and Keys

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Hack Your Older Appliances with LittleBits Smart Home Kit

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Ditto, The Simplest $29 Wearable Out There

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
The New Internet of Toys Toy, DynePod

Krissa Watry, co-founder of Dynepic, worked as a chief engineer to launch satellites. Sounds like a big deal, and it is, but something made her want to change her career and work in product design. As an entrepreneur, Watry wanted … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
The New Raspbery Pi Model A+ is the Cheapest & Smallest Pi Yet

The lovable Raspberry Pi microcomputer seems to be getting consistently cheaper and better. Back in October, Pi founder, Eben Upton, announced the need to rectify the “flop” of the original Model A, which only sold around 100,000 units. So now, … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Inspire 1, The 4K Camera, Transforming Drone From DJI

DJI Innovations, Chinese Creative Technologies Company and global leader in UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems), specializes in using drones for aerial photography and videography. The company’s brand new model, called DJI Inspire 1, meets the needs of both hobbyists and professionals, … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Quirky Announces 7 New Gadgets, Includes “Death to the Thermostat”, Norm

New York startup, Quirky, is teaming with General Electric to release a lineup of connected home products. Quirky hopes to provide inspiration for future inventors via partner, Wink, a Quirky spin off company that helps bring innovative ideas to market. … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
FLUX 3D Printer is Modular, has 3D Scanner and Laser Engraver

Super expensive 3D printers are a thing of the past. Of course, like the $2,149 MakerBot Replicator 2 or the $2,499 Zeus, they still exist. But 3D printing technology has had time to become more available to the average Joe. … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Amazon’s Echo Bluetooth Speaker Will Take Your Order

Amazon announced its first smartphone, the Amazon Fire, quite a ways back. It didn’t do well. Heck, $83 million worth of these Fire phones just sitting in a factory somewhere, homeless. A better attempt to get into the homes of … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Soon, Your Ovens Will Tell You How to Cook

By now, we’re used to the idea of the Internet of Things (IoT). You know, the integration of connected appliances and devices in our home that can communicate with each other? Think of it as your home getting smarter, and … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Butterfly Network Developing Handheld MRI & Ultrasound Scanner

Biotech entrepreneur Jonathan Rothberg of Butterfly Network, a company creating a medical imaging device that could change the way we see the inside of the human body, has just raised $100 million dollars in funding for his three year-old startup. … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
With Nimble Sense, You Can Explore VR Glove-Free

Last week I got excited about new waves being made in virtual reality. VR being only about seeing and hearing is in the past, and Dexmo wanted to make feeling the virtual realm the new norm with it’s exo glove. … Continue reading

 

BATTERY & POWER TECHNOLOGY
Phone Needs a Chargin’? It’s OK, Your Dishwasher’s Got This

We all hate seeing our mobile devices go hungry. It’s more annoying than anything to be mid-text and see your smartphone at 5%. The lazy person inside of me would rather complain than get up and connect it to a … Continue reading