By combining breakthrough battery storage, an innovative inverter system, and intelligence software, SunCulture Solar, Inc. created SolPad – an integrated device that is less expensive, more powerful, and easier to use than any solar power system on the market today.
Using a type of engineering (Biomimetics) that “takes advantage of the inventions found in nature,” Ruymbeke created Bionic Bird – a furtive drone that can easily maneuver in your living room or fly within a 100-meter range outside.
With similar design features as Ray Ban’s Wayfarer, the Zungle Panther is a set of audio shades with built-in bone conduction speakers. By connecting your lightweight (0.1 lb) shades to your smart phone via Bluetooth, you’re able to whip around town listening to your favorite playlists. The bone conductor speaker technology transmits sound waves to the listener’s skull via vibrations.
Called “the footwear of the future,” the Lecal Mach Unisex Insoles are Bluetooth-enabled GPS navigators for your feet. It’s as simple as slipping the insoles into your favorite shoe, programming your destination into the app, and you’re on your way. The best part about Lecal smart insoles: haptic technology.
Decibel, a wireless Bluetooth speaker, is the longest lasting, most upgradeable, most sustainable product of its kind. Decibel’s creators are poised to change the direction of consumer technology products. How so? The Module Project, a New Zealand-based start-up, plans on designing and manufacturing high-tech products that combine innovation with sustainability.
Created for the sole purpose of fixing the issues around missed flights and misplaced luggage, Bluesmart is a smart suitcase that can never get lost. It’s the carry on that becomes your own personal travel assistant.
Standing for “Always Live Extraordinarily,” ALEX is a twist open water bottle that is super easy to clean. Designed to eradicate the nasty smell or the creatures living inside of your water bottle, ALEX unscrews in the middle for easy cleaning and is dishwasher safe. Holding 26 ounces, ALEX if fully customizable in a variety of colors.
Seattle-based Human Inc. has just created the world’s first comfortable pair of smart headphones. With features that include biometric monitoring, language translation, and touch command, Human’s Sound fits perfectly in the category of “disruptive technology”.
Combining the powers of both a universal remote and a smartphone, SevenHugs’ Smart Remote connects all of your home’s devices in the most intuitive way possible. Simply stated, it’s a remote that controls everything. With its unique sensor fusion technology SevenHugs has developed what it calls, “the world’s first contextual remote control.”
The next generation of wearable technology is officially here. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, has created Recon Jet – performance eyewear with a built-in display designed specifically for fitness enthusiasts. Activated with a simple glance down, Jet is designed to never distract its users or compromise their line of sight. It’s unobtrusive and like most wearable tech, it solves a major problem: smartphone distractions while running or biking.
Within the first 36 hours of its March 31st unveiling event, Tesla secured $10 Billion in pre-orders for its factory-fresh Model 3 premium sedan. In preparation for its end of 2017 delivery date, Tesla’s Fremont, California factory is estimated to make 500,000 Model 3 units.
goTenna Mesh is like a walkie-talkie on steroids. Designed essentially for off-grid group adventures, goTenna Mesh uses smart protocols and radio waves to connect to fellow Mesh users up to three miles (4.8 km).