Kickstarter

ZEEQ Smart Pillow will stream music and monitor your sleep

ZEEQ Smart Pillow will stream music and monitor your sleep

It seems like everything is getting smart today from watches to phones and now even our pillows. A new pillow has turned up on Kickstarter called the ZEEQ Smart Pillow and it has the ability to do all sorts of things while you are sleeping. Before you doze off the pillow can play your favorite music to lull you to bed.

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Octopus watch uses icons to help young kids with their routine

Octopus watch uses icons to help young kids with their routine

It's important for many parents to keep their kids on a schedule so the child knows what to expect during their daily routine. The problem is that reminders only help when the child understands them and parents who want to foster independence don’t always want to tell the child when it's time to do things. This is where a new wearable for young kids called Octopus by Joy comes in.

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Bagel tape measure doesn’t make you count marks

Bagel tape measure doesn’t make you count marks

If you have ever worked with someone on a project who uses a tape measure frequently, it can be impressive when they can glance at a tape measure and just know its 12 15/16 of an inch at a glance. Those of us who don’t work with tape measures often end up counting the little tick marks and then cutting the board too short anyway. At least that's how it often works for me, but the Bagel Smart Tape measure will end all that.

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Octospot Dive Camera is waterproof to 656-feet

Octospot Dive Camera is waterproof to 656-feet

Action cameras are numerous these days and many of them, like the GoPro, need a case around them if you plan to get them wet. A new dive camera called the Octospot has debuted on Kickstarter and it is specifically designed as an action camera for divers. The big feature that divers will want to know is that the camera is waterproof to 656-feet and it needs no extra casing to protect it at those depths.

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NuAns Neo brings Moto X customization to US Windows phone

NuAns Neo brings Moto X customization to US Windows phone

The Windows phone platform may be barely surviving in the US, but the Japanese design startup NuAns still wants to give it one unique, stylish flagship handset. First revealed back in December, the Neo is a Windows 10 phone with enough design customization to put the Moto X to shame. And now it's making its US debut with a new Kickstarter campaign.

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System Shock remake Kickstarter goes live, demo now available

System Shock remake Kickstarter goes live, demo now available

Yes, ga.. ga.. ga.. gamers, System Shock is indeed returning. The genre defining first person shooter sci-fi horror narrative-driven cult classic computer game will be trying its fortune in the modern gaming world, with update graphics, updated game engine, updated everything. Simply called "System Shock", no "remastered" or "remake" in the name, it is indeed a complete remake, aside from the core plot, and has gone to Kickstarter to try and make this gamer dream come true. But unlike most games you'll find on Kickstarter, System Shock, the remake, has already progressed far enough to offer a free demo to would be backers.

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Zungle Panther sunglasses send music through your bones

Zungle Panther sunglasses send music through your bones

Zungle Panther sunglasses look like the normal shades you might see folks wearing, but these shades have something built in that music fans will love. If you want to listen to your favorite tunes or podcasts while on the go wearing these sunglasses you need no separate headphones or speakers. Zungle Panther sunglasses have built in bone conduction technology.

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Basslet puts a subwoofer on your wrist

Basslet puts a subwoofer on your wrist

A new portable audio device has turned up that aims to let you feel the bass in addition to hearing it. The Basslet and is described as the world's first wearable subwoofer. It's more of a transducer to generate felt bass to your body rather than bass that you and others around you can hear. Similar devices have been around for a long time now that connect to chairs to allow gamers to hear the bass via speakers or headphones and feel the bass via vibrations.

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Mighty No. 9 is mighty late but finally here

Mighty No. 9 is mighty late but finally here

Mega Man/Rockman fans, time to warm up those fingers. Or cringe your teeth. After almost three years in development, after more than a year of delays, the spiritual successor of the iconic Blue Bomber is finally out of his box, so to speak. Mighty No. 9 has finally been released to its backers, initially via Humble Bundle, finally closing a chapter in the game's rather controversial development. Now a new chapters opens on how the game will fare in the hands of sometimes unforgiving reviewers.

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Pebble Time Round gets polished gold/silver options as Kickstarter winds down

Pebble Time Round gets polished gold/silver options as Kickstarter winds down

With about two weeks left in Pebble's Kickstarter campaign for its latest generation of smartwatches, a new reward for backers has been added: the Pebble Time Round in a choice of either polished gold or silver finish. To be clear, is the same hardware as the previous Pebble Time Round, as the thin, round model isn't being updated with this new Kickstarter, which instead is about launching the Pebble 2, Time 2, and Pebble Core.

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Como Audio Solo and Duetto streaming audio systems hit Kickstarter

Como Audio Solo and Duetto streaming audio systems hit Kickstarter

Fans of hi-fi streaming audio have a new media player to check out that aims to deliver American sound ingenuity combined with Italian design. The streaming audio devices are called the Solo and Duetto. The Solo is a compact box made of hardwood that doesn't need a smartphone or tablet to stream your favorite music.

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Eye Eye is a remote smartphone camera for tight, perilous spaces

Eye Eye is a remote smartphone camera for tight, perilous spaces

All sorts of neat places exist that are too perilous for your phone — under the surface of a lake, for example, or down some dark hole in a cave. For those moments comes a new remote camera designed for use with smartphones, plugging into one via a curly cable to record footage straight to the device. The Eye Eye camera is small, can be mounted to a monopod or tripod, and can be used underwater.

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