FLIR ONE, the very first personal thermal camera, that works as an add-on device for iphones, comming soon by FLIR Systems, Inc. You can use the case for moisture detection, energy loss, and many more imaginative ways.
The FLIR ONE has two cameras – a thermal camera and a more conventional visible light camera. The special chip in the Lepton core combines the images for enhanced resolution, adding detail to the low resolution thermal image
The companion Flir One MX app can provide handy temperature readings, save your captured shots to iOS Camera roll and share them on social media channels. (source 1, 2)
Check out the following video on FLIR ONE’s capabilities.
read more @ gizmag – reserve yours here
A vision of augmented reality and wearable future technology, through the new 3D, gesture-based glasses, launched by tech company Atheer Labs. Weighing only 75grams, the Atheer glasses offer HD display (1024×768) and precise hand interaction.
The Atheer glasses will be available in 2014, preorder Atheer One + the Atheer Developer Kit -w/pocket-sized computer to power Android apps- at indiegogo
Read more at cnet
The Neurocam is an experimental wearable camera system, that uses a headband to sense brainwaves and record five-second GIF video clips. When brain’s electrical activity passes a certain threshold, the Neurocam triggers your iPhone to record what you see in your visual field, without having to lift a finger, or even consciously think about it.
The prototype is a concept by Japanese company Neurowear – that also invented the amazing necomimi ears.
via fast co
iPhone SAR values here + the best bluetooth headset there
Crucifix Surge Protector by Alexander Pincus. More pictures and info in Hometone.
Link to Amen I.
Conceptual machine that pops each kernel of corn individually with the use of a single tea-light candle, a comment on today’s fast production systems by Laurent Beirnaert, Pierre Bouvier and Paul Tubiana, students at University of Art and Design ECAL in Switzerland.
Clear plastic playing cards by Japanese brand MUJI.
Order here. Found here.
CardSharp 2 Credit Card Folding Knife is ab ultra thin, lightweight, razor shape surgical blade that folds up safely into a credit card shape that will slide right into any pocket.
Check it in this youtube video.
Canned Air from Paris by Kirill Rudenko.
Notice the contents list (2nd image).
Found here. Order here.
Deluxe toilet paper by unknown designer, found here.
Skyline cup designed by Anatoliy Omelchenko for Triangle Tree.
You can enjoy your coffee watching New York’s skyscrapers being reflected in a seriously polluted Hudson River.
Spaghetti measuring tool designed by by Stefán Pétur Sólveigarson. Small, adult and family portion. Order here.
Farfalle shaped black tie clutch. You can order here, assuming you speak Japanese.
FakeTV is a burglar deterrent that makes it look like someone is home watching television, by simulating scene and color changes, fades, and on-screen motion.
It could also be used as a lighting accessory for a party or, one could choose to roll a number of joints and spend his whole night actually looking at it’s screen… We’re not judging here…
The “Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera,” is designed by Jonas Pfeil as part of his thesis project at the Technical University of Berlin.
It creates spherical panoramas after being thrown into the air.
Link to video.