With the holiday season upon us, everyone may want to make a few upgrades. Perhaps new phones and tablets. The good news is you don’t have to load up your outlets with multiple devices. No more arguing over who unplugged whose charger because their phone is more important. This simple design of the Avantree charging station consists of 4 USB ports, and it charges twice as fast. Plus, it’s backed by a 2-year warranty.
This EEG headset from Belgian research center Imec can assess your emotional state based on signals from the front of your brain. There are therapeutic applications, sure, but it also has the potential to improve your memory when you’re learning, match music to your mood or even adjust your emotions by changing your music.
Kino-mo’s Hypervsn Wall is getting a lot of attention here in Las Vegas. Made up of multiple propeller-looking modules adorned with programmable LEDs, the Wall creates holographic images up to 3 meters in size.
While you wait on that special invitation, Boghardt shines a light on 10 famous — and infamous — spy gadgets housed at the International Spy Museum, which is open to the public. — By Alyssa Danigelis, Discovery
The Photonic Disruptor from Wicked Lasers is intended for “military and law enforcement use only,” but that could mean anything, right? Its beam is designed to be shined right into the eyes of your target, disrupting their vision and causing dizziness without permanent eye damage. Because if there’s one thing secret agents try to avoid, it’s permanent eye damage.
This is a more retro-style handheld football game that builds on the formula of modern handhelds but with a retro twist. First off, the game is, in fact, “Electronic Football,” the game that was made famous and earned a small cult following in previous generations. However, this time, instead of being a cumbersome arcade-style machine or a very bulky tabletop box, it is a small and compact handheld portable game. It has the same basic and intuitive controls; it still supports one-two player modes and runs on 3 AAA batteries. Easy peasy.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a spy satellite! Before the dawn of aerial photography, pigeons did the job. Flying over enemy territory with a camera on autoshoot, pigeons could provide crucial information without getting lost along the way. Beyond photography, the birds also carried messages at times when radio communication was spotty or down. Pigeons sent through enemy fire up until the 1950s had a 95 percent success rate and duly decorated with medals of honor for their service.
The Chipolo Card is an incredibly thin, credit-card sized device which can either be slotted into a purse or connected to a device and through an accompanying app, will set off an alarm if the user is looking for their missing gear.
When it comes to pen tablets, virtually nobody does it better than Wacom, which is why they are still around after so many years. In fact, the team over at Wacom have come up with the all-new Intuos pen tablet that will certainly help budding digital artists and professionals alike to get creative right out of the box. How so, you ask. Well, this is a technologically and ergonomically improved pen tablet that will arrive bundled with creative software that provides an immediate start into digital art without having to wait for too long.
It looks and writes just the same as an ordinary ballpoint pen, making it inconspicuous and unobtrusive. Portable and practical,the Voice Recorder can be taken anywhere to record audio from meetings, …