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awesome tech you can’t buy yet: electric legos, robo-wheelchairs, and more

by:Tuowei     2019-09-04
At any given moment, there will be countless different crowdfunding campaigns on the Web.
Check out Kickstarter or Indiegogo and you\'ll find that there\'s no shortage of weird, useless and downright stupid projects-and some real gems.
We \'ve cut the Pebble clones and janky iPhone cases to collect the most unusual, ambitious and exciting projects of the week.
Please keep in mind that any crowdfunding project-
Even the most kind
May fail, so do good homework before checking your dream gadget.
The Lego series is getting higher and higher.
Technology has passed over time, but if you\'re still not happy with your tech set and the mind storm module, you should probably look at the Kickstarter campaign Brixo has just launched.
As explained by the creator, \"Brixoblocks is chrome-
The coated building blocks used as electrical conductors.
They lock each other to produce complete simple circuits that do not involve wires, adding lights, motion and sound to any structure.
These modules are powered by low-voltage built-in power-
In battery and chromium coating, non-
Make sure you are safe.
\"Basically, they are bricks that use electricity safely and connect to your phone, allowing you to do all sorts of cool things with your design.
No, you don\'t need to buy a brand new set because they can be used interchanged with your favorite building blocks to add awesome elements of interaction. ”Readmore here.
Have you ever thought that you can transfer audio to a bunch of different headphones at the same time, just like how do you transfer the same song to a series of connected Sonos speakers?
If so, this gadget for Ekko audio may be exactly what you want.
As it says, the center is a Wi-
Allows users to connect Fi audio hubs with up to 10 headphones or speakers at the same time. Using Wi-
Fi is used for connection, not Bluetooth or RF, and the four receivers charged at the top of the hub provide 3.
The 5mm jack for standard headphones, as well as the volume control and mute buttons.
As for specifications, the hub offers 96 kHz/24-
Provide the audience with bit audio quality and even a separate EQ to change the audio settings and adapt to the headphones of each user.
According to the Kickstarter page, hockey has a real
Worldwide, about 50 feet kilometers from hub base units, a single charge should last about four hours. Read more here.
OLO is designed to transform your smartphone into a fully functional 3D printer. No joke —
You really just open the app, select the object you want to print, put your phone at the bottom of the device and pull out a full section in a few minutes.
It\'s like magic, the whole process is cheaper than a pair of Nike.
This is how it works: the printer consists of three main parts-
A reservoir, a special photosensitive polymer resin you pour into it, and a mechanized lid containing construction plates and control electronics.
At the bottom of the reservoir, there is a polarized glass where you place your phone below and face it above.
Basically, once you put the lid on it and the printer starts to work, the app will light up the screen of your phone with a specific pattern.
The polarized glass then absorbs all the light (
Give your phone a wider perspective)
And redirect it so that all photons travel straight up.
When your phone screen shoots light into the reservoir, direct light causes a layer of resin to harden onto the build board, and the resin slowly moves up as each new layer is created.
It\'s basically a small DLP printer that uses a phone screen instead of a projector. Readmore here.
For those of us who don\'t have the equipment, collecting and analyzing genetic data is a very difficult task --but if London-
What does the Wolfenden-based entrepreneur have to say about this, which won\'t last long.
Wolfenden and her team basically minimize and integrate a bunch of different lab equipment and put it in a handy little box called Bento lab.
Hiding in this box, you will find almost everything you need to do basic DNA analysis
Including a centrifuge that extracts DNA from biological samples;
Thermostats used to select and replicate specific DNA segments, and gel electrofiners used to view and interpret the results.
It\'s definitely not as powerful as a full, professional DNA testing lab, but it\'s a lot cheaper for less than $1,000.
Hopefully, by lowering the price of DNA testing devices like this, Bento Lab will help democratize the technology and make it easier for citizen scientists to access genetic analysis. Read more here.
Designed by New Zealand-
Inventor Kevin Halsall is a unique hand
Free Wheelchair upright on two wheels.
Like a Segway, it is equipped with a range of different sensors that capture the rider\'s movements and transform them into directional movements.
For example, if the rider is tilted forward, the internal motion sensor instantly recognizes the motion and passes it to the motor of the wheelchair, which then pushes the wheelchair forward.
As unsurpringly expected, Halsall was actually a completely new Segway by taking apart (
He spent 14,000 NZ dollars.
About $9,140 in the United StatesS. )
And modify it to be more suitable for sitting users.
Still, he did not fix an old car seat on the thing and called it good.
Segway is not completely handmade.
Free, and requires the rider to use the car to turn the start, so Hal Sal had to rebuild the control system from scratch.
The wheelchair is now controlled by a fine-tuned mobile seat that allows the rider to start the turn by tilting in either direction. Readmore here.
At any given moment, there will be countless different crowdfunding campaigns on the Web.
Check out Kickstarter or Indiegogo and you\'ll find that there\'s no shortage of weird, useless and downright stupid projects-and some real gems.
We \'ve cut the Pebble clones and janky iPhone cases to collect the most unusual, ambitious and exciting projects of the week.
Please keep in mind that any crowdfunding project-
Even the most kind
May fail, so do good homework before checking your dream gadget.
Please enable Javascript to watch this video set getting higher and higher
Technology has passed over time, but if you\'re still not happy with your tech set and the mind storm module, you should probably look at the Kickstarter campaign Brixo has just launched.
As explained by the creator, \"Brixoblocks is chrome-
The coated building blocks used as electrical conductors.
They lock each other to produce complete simple circuits that do not involve wires, adding lights, motion and sound to any structure.
These modules are powered by low-voltage built-in power-
In battery and chromium coating, non-
Make sure you are safe.
\"Basically, they are bricks that use electricity safely and connect to your phone, allowing you to do all sorts of cool things with your design.
No, you don\'t need to buy a brand new set because they can be used interchanged with your favorite building blocks to add awesome elements of interaction. ”Readmore here.
Please enable Javascript to watch this video, hopefully you can transfer the audio to a bunch of different headphones at the same time, just like how do you transfer the same song to a series of connected Sonos speakers?
If so, this gadget for Ekko audio may be exactly what you want.
As it says, the center is a Wi-
Allows users to connect Fi audio hubs with up to 10 headphones or speakers at the same time. Using Wi-
Fi is used for connection, not Bluetooth or RF, and the four receivers charged at the top of the hub provide 3.
The 5mm jack for standard headphones, as well as the volume control and mute buttons.
As for specifications, the hub offers 96 kHz/24-
Provide the audience with bit audio quality and even a separate EQ to change the audio settings and adapt to the headphones of each user.
According to the Kickstarter page, hockey has a real
Worldwide, about 50 feet kilometers from hub base units, a single charge should last about four hours. Read more here.
Please enable Javascript to watch this video olo is designed to convert your smartphone to a fully functional 3D printer. No joke —
You really just open the app, select the object you want to print, put your phone at the bottom of the device and pull out a full section in a few minutes.
It\'s like magic, the whole process is cheaper than a pair of Nike.
This is how it works: the printer consists of three main parts-
A reservoir, a special photosensitive polymer resin you pour into it, and a mechanized lid containing construction plates and control electronics.
At the bottom of the reservoir, there is a polarized glass where you place your phone below and face it above.
Basically, once you put the lid on it and the printer starts to work, the app will light up the screen of your phone with a specific pattern.
The polarized glass then absorbs all the light (
Give your phone a wider perspective)
And redirect it so that all photons travel straight up.
When your phone screen shoots light into the reservoir, direct light causes a layer of resin to harden onto the build board, and the resin slowly moves up as each new layer is created.
It\'s basically a small DLP printer that uses a phone screen instead of a projector. Readmore here.
Please have Javascript watch this video for those of us who don\'t have a device, and collecting and analyzing genetic data is a very difficult task --but if London-
What does the Wolfenden-based entrepreneur have to say about this, which won\'t last long.
Wolfenden and her team basically minimize and integrate a bunch of different lab equipment and put it in a handy little box called Bento lab.
Hiding in this box, you will find almost everything you need to do basic DNA analysis
Including a centrifuge that extracts DNA from biological samples;
Thermostats used to select and replicate specific DNA segments, and gel electrofiners used to view and interpret the results.
It\'s definitely not as powerful as a full, professional DNA testing lab, but it\'s a lot cheaper for less than $1,000.
Hopefully, by lowering the price of DNA testing devices like this, Bento Lab will help democratize the technology and make it easier for citizen scientists to access genetic analysis. Read more here.
Please enable Javascript to watch videos designed by New Zealand
Inventor Kevin Halsall is a unique hand
Free Wheelchair upright on two wheels.
Like a Segway, it is equipped with a range of different sensors that capture the rider\'s movements and transform them into directional movements.
For example, if the rider is tilted forward, the internal motion sensor instantly recognizes the motion and passes it to the motor of the wheelchair, which then pushes the wheelchair forward.
As unsurpringly expected, Halsall was actually a completely new Segway by taking apart (
He spent 14,000 NZ dollars.
About $9,140 in the United StatesS. )
And modify it to be more suitable for sitting users.
Still, he did not fix an old car seat on the thing and called it good.
Segway is not completely handmade.
Free, and requires the rider to use the car to turn the start, so Hal Sal had to rebuild the control system from scratch.
The wheelchair is now controlled by a fine-tuned mobile seat that allows the rider to start the turn by tilting in either direction. Readmore here.
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