Pivotal Tracker 1 isn't just another Fitbit clone, but rather one that touts all the features at just a fraction of the price. Working in conjunction with the Pivotal Living mobile app, it utilizes sensor technology to track daily activities, such as steps walked, daily activity, calories burned, and the amount (and quality) of sleep. The wristband then sends the information wirelessly to the app for real-time health and wellness reporting. Product page. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
Prank packs look like real product boxes, but they're just as they sound...jokes. They include such products as the "Extreme Chores: Motion-Controlled Video Game", "Family Blankeez", "Beer Beard", "Hot Lips Face Heater", "Crib Dribbler", "Pet Petter", and lots more. Our favorite? Probably the Hot Lips simply because it would cause more harm to your face - not to mention obstruct your view - than generate safe heat. Still interested? You can pick them up here. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the coolest Christmas card you'll see this week.
Another year, another batch of cool gadgets. Starting off, we have the Coolest Cooler, which not only keeps things cool, but packs an 18-volt battery-powered blender, a rechargeable Bluetooth speaker that provides up to 3 hours of playtime on a single charge, a built-in bungee system and even an integrated flashlight built right into the lid. Plus, there's also USB ports to ensure your gadgets never run out of power. Continue reading for more.
Seiki's SE55UY04 55-inch 4K Ultra HD TV is currently being offered for $769.98 shipped, today only, originally priced at $2999.99. With over 8 million individual pixels (3,840 x 2,160) compared to about 2 million (1,920 x 1,080) on your current HDTV, the picture provides stunning clarity and colors that far surpass anything you've seen before. Put simply, you have to see it to believe it. Product page. Continue reading for more product images and information.
Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native), 30Hz (4K).
Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit).
Smart Functionality: No.
Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 49.58'' x 29.22" x 3.81'', TV with stand: 49.58'' x 31.80'' x 11.42''.
Texan-based gadget hacker Ryan Craven doesn't have access to secret technology nor a contact from the future, just four gutted leafblowers, a sheet of plywood, and some gorilla tape. That's right, those were what he used to create a working hoverboard, Sure, this may not be the quietest hoverboard out there, but this will get you lots of glances at the skate park or where you decide to use it. Continue reading for a video.
This Dual-Blade Dark Knight Batarang Folding Knife is currently being offered for only $12.99 shipped, today only, originally priced at $39.99. Two blades for twice the cutting power. Both blades are assist-open and feature liner locks. Blades are stainless steel. Product page. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Two blades for twice the cutting power.
Liner locks securely hold blades open.
Each blade has three inch of cutting edge for a total of six inches.
Researchers in Peru have created an innovative billboard that turns humidity in the air into potable drinking water. Located northern edge of the Atacama desert, the city of Lima and its surrounding villages receive only 0.51-inches of rain annually. The capital city has relied on drainage from the Andes mountains and runoff from melted glaciers for its drinking water needs, but due to climate change, the supply has been on a steady decline. The world's first billboard that generates water from thin air consists of five primary components: it captures the humid air, runs it through an air filter into the condenser, to create water, which then passes through a carbon filter into one a central holding tank. All you need to do is turn on the faucet at the base of the billboard for a clean glass of water. It's capable of producing up to 100 liters of potable water a day . Continue reading for more.
The Cicret Bracelet, designed by a Paris-based design company, takes wearable technology to the next level with a wristband that projects the screen of a smartphone directly onto the user's arm. They tout it as "like a tablet...but on your skin," projecting the interface of a remotely connected mobile device onto the forearm or inner wrist. Users will still be able to use hand gestures, such as swiping, tapping, and pinching, for everything from replying to emails to answering calls while your phone is on the other side of the room. Continue reading for a video of it in-action, more pictures and additional information.
The Pyro Fireshooter may look like a gadget straight from a superhero movie, but it was actually designed by Adam Wilber for magicians. It was inspired by flashguns that also shoot fireballs, and are loaded with specially-treated instant burn paper and cotton. He spent 2-years developing Pyro, building 4 prototypes along the way. Wilber says, "This is the first physical product that I have developed. I bought one of these flashguns a while ago and had way too much fun playing with it." Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.
What sets AirDog apart from other drones is that it automatically follows you via GPS and then records all the action with a GoPro camera. Just start off by putting the controller on your wrist or helmet, choose how high you want it to fly, and you're set to go. Its integrated accelerometers, gyroscopes and a barometer help keep the device out of harm's way. Plus, it flies itself back to safety once power runs low. Continue reading for more cool high-tech drones that actually exist now.