This salamander like robot is quite adept in both land and water. The center pivot axle for the 1.2-meter long robot contains an oxygen tank; it also features radar eyes, flood lights, electromagnetic wave emitters for warding off sharks. The beauty of course its communication features, the entire surface is able to change color to transmit one of the eight basic diving signals, such as OK, danger, resurface, etc.
The Aurora Collection is prime example of how Logitech is breaking the shackles of the contemporary design language it followed for years. This new range focuses largely on gaming and not much on productivity-oriented approach. First up we have the G735 wireless headset that looks like a souped up version of the G Pro X model.
Viu offers a simpler solution that utilizes smart design principles with a bit of computer vision and computational magic. In a nutshell, it is a webcam on a small stand whose lens faces down at an angle and sees anything that you place down on a flat surface in front of it. Algorithms straighten out the images so that they appear as if they’re taken from a camera that’s facing straight down from a high level. We’ve seen this kind of “document straightening” in many smartphone camera apps.
This Samsung rollable display concept, in contrast, has something like a middle ground, a third state where it’s rolled down but still useful. The screen doesn’t completely retract inside the housing, leaving a section of the display exposed. This area can be used to display information like the time, weather, music controls, and more.
Rollable TVs are coming. It’s really only a matter of time before they become the next big thing after curved TVs and super slim panels. The idea for them might be to simply save space or remove distractions when the TV is not in use. One such idea pushes the TV from the edges to the center of the living room, creating something that visually divides the space but also serves as a focal point for people to gather around.
Kumulus Water CEO Iheb Triki got the idea after noticing the dew that formed on his tent in the Tunisian desert. He then realized the potential of turning this natural occurrence into something that could change lives for the better, at least when multiplied a thousandfold. And so he founded a company that developed this robot-like machine named Kumulus-1, with the mission of providing water in a way that won’t disrupt the rest of the ecosystem.
The ACER ConceptD 500 Desktop lets you create without limits. It’s a powerful desktop PC that can help you with intensive tasks like video editing, 3D animation, 3D modeling, and other complicated design projects that need speed and efficiency. The desktop PC tower appears minimalist in white, with its elegant package makes it look fragile, making it a more stylish and attractive choice.
Pebblebee Card and Clip wants to join the AirTag by Apple game by introducing new tracking products making use of Bluetooth wireless connectivity that is rechargeable , affordable and includes end-to-end encryption technology for the security and protection of the users possessing LED indicator lights and buzzer.
The OWC Envoy Pro Mini is a pocket-sized SSD that is ideal for saving, transferring, and sharing holding a USB-C and USB-A SSD with access and transfer data speed can go up to 946MB/s letting you enjoy speed and convenience with three different storage capacities: 1TB, 500GB, and 250GB that is compatible with most of the OS and Manufacturers.
The latest product from Sonos, the Ray Speaker, can be had for $279. The Sonos Ray Soundbar offers an improved audio experience from the usual built-in TV speaker, In addition, it can be wireless with WiFi connectivity which means you can stream your favorite songs or podcast episodes from different streaming media apps with multi-room playback features.
Inspiration from French painter Edouard Manet, who brought light into painting and is credited with creating the Impressionism, Tecno Camon created the Polychromatic Mobile Phone’s design – a striking grid-based rear design that’s also UV light-responsive, changing colors/tints when exposed to ultraviolet light. Here is a phone that transcends contemporary smartphone design, bordering on technological art!
Normally, you wouldn’t put “Google” and “tablet” on the same sentence unless you put “doesn’t like” somewhere in between. Although Android tablets have existed for as long as the iPad has, its existence hasn’t exactly been one filled with love from its creator. At this year’s Google I/O conference, the company finally made that promise, but the supposedly premium Pixel tablet that’s coming next year has left some wondering if Google is trying to pull a fast one instead.
Google is finally making a tablet again, but what it revealed could have some questioning whether it should. At this year’s Google I/O conference, the company finally made that promise, but the supposedly premium Pixel tablet that’s coming next year has left some wondering if Google is trying to pull a fast one instead.
Test Tool was designed by Seoul-based BEBOP Design to allow them to figure out the exact placement for AR displays on a motorcycle helmet. Eventually, the tool blossomed into a comprehensive measuring device that could possibly make AR headsets much more optically accurate and comfortable in the future. The Test Tool comes in an all-black design, with white markings for high legibility.
The Baseus 65W GaN III USB-C Charging Hub takes care of most of those problems, by consolidating all your power cables and bricks into one single device. Designed as a monolithic entity that sits on your desk, the Charging Hub lets you plug your laptop, printer, tablet, smartphone, smartwatch, TWS earbuds, and a bunch of other devices into it… simultaneously.
Mainly a TV, but it looks nothing like a boring TV, the Scroll transforms into a shelf when not in use with its rollable OLED technology. Featuring an elegant and clean look in different color options: Gray, White, and Pink. It is more of a furniture item than a gadget that can match most interiors with its minimalist style. The project Scroll was awarded first place in the OLEDsGo!
Printall is designed to be a portable and handheld printer, allowing you to print anywhere and on anything that is compatible with xerographic technology. Xerography, basically uses electricity to charge black or colored powder so that they stick to surfaces. Also known as electrophotography, the dry copying technique offers a bit more flexibility. Read more into this nifty gadget.