The Biofire smart gun is something can’t travel with, and StockCam, a gun-inspired camera cage, can be added to that list. Claimed to ‘add excitement and ritual to every shot’, this unique cage works with most cameras including those from Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Panasonic and Sony, as well as most accessories.
Boston Dynamics’ Spot robot dog has been leveled up and it can now opened closed doors with its arm autonomously during Autowalk missions. This feature is in beta now, but the company hopes that it will open up new inspection routes and enable Spot to move between rooms on its own, even in an empty facility.
AI-powered night vision goggles can already shoot full color in complete darkness, while this Raspberry Pi-powered version comes with an Iron Man-style headset and HUD. Diyode Mag opted for a head-mounted design with multiple sensors for additional that is displayed on the HUD, while a compass and gyroscope lets you know exactly which direction you’re facing.
You’ve seen the Dyson 360 Vis Nav, now check out the MIGO Ascender, the world’s first stair climbing robot vacuum. Besides just climbing, the robot can also vacuum and mop them while doing so, complete with smart app control, making multi-level cleaning a breeze.
Officially unveiled in Milan, the Volvo EX30 is the company’s first small premium electric SUV and available to order. The Single Motor Extended Range base model has a single, rear-mounted motor generating 268 hp and 253 lb-ft of torque, connected to a 69 kWh NMC battery that is good for 275-miles on a full charge. It can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 5.1-seconds and charge from 10% – 80% in around 26.5-minutes.
While not as compact as this Windows 98 smartwatch, LGR’s custom-built teddy bear computer might take the title of strangest PC yet. It’s called Bear-A-Byte and houses a mini AT case with a 500MHz Intel Pentium III processor, 320MB of RAM, a PS2 mouse port, two standard USB ports, a PS2 IR port, audio output, Ethernet port, and VGA video output.
Apple macOS Sonoma was revealed yesterday at WWDC 2023, unlike Apple Money, and there’s a bevy of new features that should get users excited. Starting off, we have Game Mode, which provides an optimized gaming experience with smoother and more consistent frame rates. This is achieved by ensuring games receive the highest priority on the CPU and GPU.
You’ve seen the Dash 8 aircraft, now here’s fascinating look back at the record setting BMW H2R hydrogen race car from 2004. Power comes from a liquid hydrogen-fueled 6.0L V12 engine generating 232 hp, enabling it to hit a top speed of 187.62 mph and setting nine records for hydrogen-fueled vehicles with a combustion engine.
NASA / ESA’s James Webb Space Telescope observes GOODS-South, an area of the sky previously studied by the Hubble Space Telescope, that contains over 45,000 galaxies. It was captured for the JWST Advanced Deep Extragalactic Survey (JADES) program and the team discovered hundreds of galaxies that existed when the universe was less than 600 million years old.
The Sony WH-CH520 Wireless Headphones have been specially designed with everyday use in mind, and you can get a pair for $38 shipped, today only, originally $59.99. On a full charge, you can get up to 50-hours of battery life, while the adjustable headband, padding, as well as soft earpads keep things comfortable for long listening sessions. Product page.