Time for for you to vote for ehat you think is this week’s coolest gadget, leave a comment for a change to win a $50 Think Geek voucher.
The Remote Controlled Transforming Robot Car performs 360º spins, hairpin turns and transforms – at the press of a button – into a rotary cannon-packing, dart-firing robot.
The full post can be found on www.markstechnologynews.com.
Mmmm. Donuts. When Snackbot isn’t busy performing his usual applications, he will be serving the faculty and students at Carnegie Mellon. Snackbot has been originally designed to support research in the fields of design and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI.) He can autonomously move through a crowd, detect individuals, and recognize those he has met before.
The full post can be found on Robot Snob.
The custom-made Heckler and Koch MP5 sub-machine gun Wii controller is a full scale replica of the real thing minus the orange barrel tip. The Wii controller includes built-in Wiimote, nunchuck and MotionPlus. First spotted at a Hong Kong trade show, the device also includes speakers and rumble functionality.
The full post can be found on coated.
Alp Germaner the Creator of Peugeot Capsule Electric ATV, now back with his new project the Ibot. The Ibot beginning design was an A-2909 helm, this amazing helm comes with an elegant and luxury style. For supporting this amazing helm, the designer Alp Germaner making a new
design for the body part and lower body part of this amazing helm and the result is the Ibot. You can find the process of Alp Germaner designs step by step at following pictures.
The full post can be found on winarco.com.
Most people put angels or stars on top of their tree, but that’s pure nonsense. Go for a much more holy tree topper. Yoda can sit at the very top of your tree and guard your presents. He even lights up, which can only add to your brightly shining Star Wars themed décor.
The full post can be found on Foolish Gadgets.
A smart, fully programmable and highly agile two-wheeled robot, Roboni-i is the first entertainment robot to offer unlimited play patterns. The state-of-the-art robot features 16 sensors and four processors, RF (ZigBee) remote control and peer-to-peer protocol allowing for competitive gameplay with real-world robots. It also comes packaged with game accessories and six action games enabling players to lay out a playing field and use the gaming controller to select a game as they enter a new dimension of interactive, real-world robotic gameplay.
The full post can be found on CG.
With Race in a Case, the slot car set may make a comeback. Why, you ask? Well, how about you can run a slot car race no matter where you are. Built into a foldable and flashy valise, the slot car track is based on the Formula One race tracks first made popular in Europe. BUt that’s not the cool part. The cool part is, Race in a Case requires no batteries and no electrical outlet to plug into, just good old fashioned elbow grease. Here’s how it works ….
The full post can be found on Coolest Toys.
Vinyl records used to rule the roost when it came to music, some audiophiles still prefer them to CDs and MP3s in certain situations, whether that’s you or you’d like to go through your parents’ old record collection and get those classic songs transferred to digital format on your computer or iPod, then this could be the gadget for you…or perhaps it’d make a great Christmas present for your parents to go down memory lane with!
The full post can be found on Zath Hi-Tech Gadgets.
Cable Drops are a very unique and innovative but very simple idea. If like me you tend to have several cables for different devices hanging around your desk you will find they drop down the back and you lose them. Cable Drops will solve this and will hold your wires and cables in place so you won’t have to scramble on the floor to find them each time you need to charge your phone or iPod. Aswell as your cables being right to hand each time the Cable Drops will not leave any mess on your desk and style wise they beat a lump of blue tack hands down.
The full post can be found on Tech Styling.
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