Hey, sometimes you want to just pop on a pair of skates and jam out to your favorite tunes. But why be so greedy, keeping all that fine audio to yourself? If you’ve got BeatBringer‘s Speaker Backpack strapped on, you can share your grooves with the world.
Imagine a trackpad that’s more than just a trackpad. Imagine if it could also be a tablet or a keyboard or a piano or a drum machine. And imagine if it was so pressure-sensitive that you could use a paintbrush — a real, physical paintbrush — to paint on its surface, magically transforming real brushstrokes into digital art. That sounds a little far-fetched, but that’s exactly what the Sensel Morph (which just launched on Kickstarter) is promising to be — an all-in-one pressure-sensing tableau that can be made into any kind of input device you could possibly imagine.
Parking a car in a crowded city is a nightmare, but navigating office towers with a bike in tow is no picnic either. The WalkCar promises to solve your commuting dilemma with a personal mobility device that’s so small you can carry it around in a laptop bag.
You can certainly use drum machines and electronic drums if you want to add a digital kick to your music, but you typically lose the intuitiveness and subtlety of playing old-school skins in the process. Why can’t you have the best of both worlds? Sunhouse thinks you can.
Thanks to the growth of Urban Outfitters and independent local free-trade coffee shops, vinyl records are back on the rise. But this is still the 21st century: why settle for a pedestrian, boring,flat record player, when your vinyl could be proudly spinning vertically?
Not all of the big announcements coming out of the annual E3 video game conference in Los Angeles this week deal with flashy new virtual reality oraugmented reality. In fact, one of Sony’s bigger reveals centered around good old fashioned TV.
The days of having to wire up a complete replacement outlet to add a USB charging port will soon be long gone.