Archived Articles: gadgets

Surfing Without Waves: Electric Wakeboard Powers Itself

Surfers living inland, or anyone who’s ever eyeballed their city’s river wishing they could use it to get around stalled traffic, could make their ...

CityCharge: Solar Gadget Charging Stations Installed in NYC

Anyone passing through New York City’s Bryant Park can avoid the headache of searching for free outlets at coffee shops to juice up their phones, ...

Wi-Fi Visualized: Signals Translated to Ghostly Light Orbs

Translated into glowing orbs of light with a rainbow of colors representing signal strength, these visualizations of wi-fi signals are like Victorian spirit ...

Drones for Life: 13 Fun & Positive Flying Robot Functions

Instead of raining death and destruction, these 13 drones deliver defibrillators and piping hot pizza, save drowning victims, mix the perfect cocktails, clean ...

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Eavesdropping Lamp Records & Tweets Conversations

In ordinary circumstances, it would be fair to say that your paranoia levels are off the charts if you really think a nearby lamp is spying on you. But that ...

Pocket Printer: Mini Roomba-Like Robot Prints on the Go

While other gadgets have gotten smaller and more streamlined, printers have generally remained space-hogging behemoths. Seemingly ignored in the quest to make ...

Sensory Reading Experience Integrates Touch and Sound

Some might say that if you aren’t experiencing the atmosphere of a story while you’re reading, the author hasn’t done her job. But ...

Lego Blocks + iPad = Classic 1984 Macintosh Computer

Technology comes full circle thanks to an iPad and a creative usage of Lego blocks. Oslo-based designers Jason Kinsella and Charlotte Bakken recreated a ...

It’s Electric: 14 Fun and Interactive Conductive Designs

Electronic functions aren’t just limited to gadgets anymore – they can be extended to everyday objects, architectural surfaces, paper, clothing and ...

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Tactile Technology: 13 Off-Screen Touch Input Inventions

Touch input has already almost entirely eliminated the need for physical keyboards and mouses, but soon, it won’t even be confined to a screen. ...

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