Check out this laser virtual keyborad that you can use with your Ipad/Iphone. Next step is to integrate this into the phone.
Warm Shoestring is a project where shoelaces are made from a specialized fire-resistant material and that plug into an adapter. The adapter regulates the temperature and the string warms up the shoes. Good ideal for countries that suffer bitter cold winter.
The world is in desperate need of a new solution so that we can once and for all get rid of the mouse, the one gadget that has injured more people than American football probably has. The AirMouse is basically a glove that you put on which interacts with the computer and enables you to move and work just like you usually would with a mouse, but in mid air. This solution is way less likely to strain your wrists, so it is a better choice for many people who haven’t been able to use a computer since they were injured. Is this the future of computer interaction?
RYNO is a cool electric scooter not only has one wheel, but is also self-balancing. This “multiple use, hybrid product [is] adaptable to wide range of market segments including” urban low-speed transport, sport, and government / industrial.”
Google takes being connected and sharing a step further with Project Glass. Using a headset, you can stay connected to your contacts via message alerts and through video chatting. You can also make use of Google Apps while wearing the device.
“This is a working playing flamethrower trombone that has fire on demand. It is made up from plumbing, torch, and compressed air parts. It took about two weeks and a couple of weekends to complete. It has a 21 foot range with the fireball, and a concussion wave of 150 feet. It can be difficult to play since it has a recoil. ” This thing looks dangerous!
EDWARD basicly is a frame and suspension contained between two wheels, with a 5 point harness and can control the machine with a gaming joystick. Its inversion control even allows you to drive upside down (if you are that way inclined).
“EDWARD(Electric Diwheel With Active Rotation Damping) by students in the School of Mechanical Engineering, the University of Adelaide involved the construction of a human operated diwheel called EDWARD. Many diwheels in the past have been human powered or powered by IC engines. This one is purely electric. It has additional functionality lacking in other models, including inbuilt dynamic lateral stability and slosh control to prevent “gerbiling” or tumbling in aggressive braking or acceleration maneuvers. The diwheel also incorporates a unique feature that allows the rider to drive the vehicle when “upside down” – keeping the vehicle in its unstable state