How ahead of its time was it? South Dakota wasn’t even a US state yet.
The Nunulo VR solves the problem of motion sickness and eye strain that is common among the first generation of virtual reality headsets. The cardboard frame houses two precision-engineered lenses that users can adjust to accommodate their unique visual parameters. Even users who wear glasses can see images in clear focus without them. The Nunulo VR’s breakthrough is its “imbalanced” adjustable lenses. Users can move the lenses from side to side to fit the distance between their pupils, and then… Continue Reading
Lockheed have built a robot capable of crawling along the outside of an airship, fixing leaks along the way. Read More >>
Design and develop the décor in your home or office using the SPYNDI Transformation Furniture. With a set of over 70 pieces, you can attach these wooden shapes to become whatever structure you need. SPYNDI was inspired by the human spine to be both flexible and strong. Made with stunning wood, the endless possibilities of combinations mean you have endless furniture available. Each wooden piece of SPYNDI easily slides into place on the piece before it. Each has an assigned… Continue Reading
Controlling your DSLR from your smartphone or tablet has never been … smaller. Meet the CASE Remote Air, the self-proclaimed “world’s smallest and most powerful smart camera controller.”
If the CASE Remote Air sounds familiar, you’re probably thinking of the original CASE Remote. That wireless camera controller was released back in 2014 by the same Chinese company, CheeringTech, and now they’re back with a newer, smaller version.
Check out this (painfully awkward) video to see what the CASE Remote Air is all about:
Like its predecessor, the CASE Remote Air connects to your camera through a USB cable and creates a WiFi hotspot that you can connect to using your PC, Mac, or the CASE iOS or Android app. Once connected you can take advantage of live view, change your exposure parameters, control video, and even do specialized tasks like bracketing for HRD, time-lapse shooting, and focus-stacking.
What sets the CASE Remote Air apart, if you haven’t guessed yet, is its size. At just 2.4 x 4.6 x 0.4-inches and 50 grams in weight, it’s a tiny, almost credit card-sized accessory with a lot of interesting features and a slew of supported Canon and Nikon cameras.
The CASE Remote Air is currently up on Indiegogo, where it’s already reached 660% funding with 22 days still left to go. Find out more or pick one up for yourself for $84 (plus shipping) by clicking here.
Does it mean you can finally treat your smartphone like your beat up old sneakers? Definitely not, but it does mean you can be slightly less paranoid about your toys.
Keep your camera exactly where you need it with the Congo Camera Strap by Tail Wag. Providing a comfortable fit around your neck, this fun camera strap is complete with fun and vibrantly printed fabric. The Congo Camera Strap features extra durable and secure stitching throughout. The lively print of multi-colored and tessellated triangles includes pink, shades of blue, black, and tan and matches the dog collar also made by Tail Wag. Measuring 2.5 cm (1 inch) wide, the Congo… Continue Reading
PneuHound is powered by pneumatics-air-filled pistons-which is what allows the robot to frantically scamper across the ground like a hyper little dog.