Nintendo has always been known for their unique controllers and accessories, but “Labo” aims to take creativity to the next level. Simply put, it combines cardboard cut-outs, known individually as Toy-Con shapes, with the Switch console, to encourage imagination and discovery. Users build each Toy Con with the help of interactive instructions on the Switch, while stickers and colors are included to add a personal touch. It will be available as two separate kits: a Toy Con 01: Variety Kit, which offers five different Toy Cons, including a remote control car, a fishing rod, a house, a motorbike and a fully functioning, 13-key piano and Toy Con 02: Robot Kit that lets you create your very own robot. Expect the kits to hit shelves in late April. Continue reading for three more incredible products coming soon.
3. Bell Urban Air Taxi
We have seen the future of transportation, and it includes the Bell Urban Air Taxi. Unveiled at CES 2018, this aircraft will be piloted by humans at first, but will eventually be taken over by an AI-driven platform, while offering comfortable seating for 4 passengers. The flying Uber vehicle of sorts will be fully connected to the internet, and offer onboard Wi-Fi, video calling, wireless charging, and more for passengers.
2. Honda 3E-D18 Robotic Workhorse
If nothing else, the Honda 3E-D18 Robotic Workhorse is a beast when it comes to heavy duty tasks in the field. Featuring an electric four-wheel drive powerplant and airless tires to guarantee maximum ruggedness. That’s not all, it uses artificial intelligence and Honda’s tough ATV chassis, to reliably transport heavy equipment long distances, respond to emergencies, or just for transportation purposes.
1. Peugeot Sea Drive
Think of the Peugeot Sea Drive as the world’s first SUV-inspired powerboat, complete with an innovative i-Cockpit straight from their line of automobiles. Boasting a compact steering wheel, head-up display to provide the driver with all the important navigation information, and a large 17″ touchscreen display. No luxuries were spared, as passengers are surrounded with Nappa leather, copper contrast stitching, and chrome accents.