Kickstarter

LightMode Kits Redesigned with sleeker hardware, still looks like Tron

LightMode Kits Redesigned with sleeker hardware, still looks like Tron

A new project has reached its funding goal on Kickstarter that aims to make your motorcycle helmet look like a prop from the set of the latest Tron film. The project is called LightMode Kits Redesigned and it is an improvement on the original LightMode. The big change comes in the control and power module that operates the entire system.

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Flameflex creates a fire tornado on your table that won’t burn the house down

Flameflex creates a fire tornado on your table that won’t burn the house down

If you have a bit of fire bug in you, but you don't want to have to fiddle with fireplaces or fire pits that leave behind ash that you have to clean up, Flameflex is the ticket. This little gizmo has a mesh tube that surrounds an open flame that is twisted into a tornado shape by fancy magical technology inside the base of the Flameflex.

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Cork turns old wine bottles into a Bluetooth speaker

Cork turns old wine bottles into a Bluetooth speaker

A new Kickstarter campaign is offering one of the more unique Bluetooth speakers we've seen: it is called Cork, and it attaches to the top of just about any bottle. When put in place on a bottle, Cork's tinny sounding audio becomes more robust and deep. The idea is that sans the bottle, Cork is very small and early to carry around. When it's time to listen to some music, the odds are high you've got some kind of bottle around to help out.

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SPUD lets you take a pop-up 24-inch screen on the road

SPUD lets you take a pop-up 24-inch screen on the road

The challenge with working from the road for many people is that even with a laptop, often the screen is too small to be truly productive. A new portable display called the SPUD has landed on Kickstarter and this gizmo will make it a snap to carry a large screen with you for all your devices wherever you go. SPUD is a collapsible, pop-up projection screen measuring 24-inches diagonally.

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Eclipse USB hub makes charging stations sexy

Eclipse USB hub makes charging stations sexy

Eclipse is a USB hub that is nothing like most of the USB hubs you have used before. This device is round and hides the connectors and all the cables away inside. The round design is meant to charge three of the gadgets that you use daily and can be placed on a nightstand, desk, or hung on the wall.

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Bonjour Smart Alarm Clock with AI aims to make you on time

Bonjour Smart Alarm Clock with AI aims to make you on time

We all know at least one person who is perennially late and never on time. If you don't know one of those people, odds are you are that perennially late person. A new smart alarm clock has landed on Kickstarter that wants to help you be on time and it's called the Bonjour Smart Alarm Clock with Artificial Intelligence. The Bonjour clock does things other clocks are unable to do.

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Vue Smart Glasses feature bone conduction audio and track activity

Vue Smart Glasses feature bone conduction audio and track activity

Vue Smart Glasses have turned up on Kickstarter and they look more like normal glasses than other smart glasses we have talked about before. Take the Epson Moverio BT-200 smart glasses, they would never be confused for normal eyewear. The Vue Smart Glasses on the other hand can be fitted with prescription lenses, clear lenses, or tinted/transition lenses for sunglasses and look like normal glasses.

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LVL wearable hydration monitor tracks activity and more

LVL wearable hydration monitor tracks activity and more

Drinking enough water is a big deal for active people who are into fitness. A new device has turned up on Kickstarter called the LVL that is hailed as the first wearable hydration monitor. The designers say that LVL allows the user to track the complete picture of their health and tracks activity, sleep, mood, and heart rate.

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Auxillite lets you listen to music and charge your iPhone 7

Auxillite lets you listen to music and charge your iPhone 7

As cool as the new iPhone 7 is, one thing that lots of people didn't find cool was the fact that Apple ditched the 3.5mm headphone port. This meant that to use your old headphones you had to resort to an adapter. The catch is that if you want to listen to music with the headphone adapter and needed to charge your device at the same time, you had to choose one or the other. You won't have to make that decision anymore with the Auxillite 2-in-1 DAC that has landed on Kickstarter.

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Smach Z handheld gaming PC promises mobile AAA gaming

Smach Z handheld gaming PC promises mobile AAA gaming

Right now if you want to play AAA PC games on the go the only way you can do so is with a notebook computer. Gaming notebooks aren't normally very small and light leaving gamers with lots of heft to carry around. A new mobile gaming PC has turned up on Kickstarter called the Smach Z and it looks much more like a Sony PSP than a notebook computer.

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AIR33 eBike is a lightweight, efficient way to get around a city

AIR33 eBike is a lightweight, efficient way to get around a city

Electrobike has introduced the new AIR33, an electric bicycle poised for getting you around the city in style, and without the burdens that an ordinary street bike may present. The AIR33 is lightweight and foldable, with the latter feature being tailored sensibly to one's needs: the bike can still be rolled on its wheels when folded up, meaning you don't have to carry it. As well, the bicycle includes an electric motor for riding along without peddling or for assistance while going up hills.

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Nightingale blankets your bedroom in customized white noise

Nightingale blankets your bedroom in customized white noise

A new product called Nightingale aims to eliminate your nighttime disturbances using a ‘blanket’ of sound that drowns out unwanted ambient noises and things like tinnitus without disturbing your sleep. The company behind the product, Cambridge Sound Management, bills the device as a smart home sleep system — one that involves two components, each that plug into a wall outlet in your bedroom. The devices can produce 15 different sound 'blankets' for different scenarios.

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