Ekso’s Exoskeletons Let Paraplegics Walk, Will Anyone Actually Wear One?
Ekso Bionics builds robotic exoskeletons that can help paraplegics leave their wheelchairs. All CEO Eythor Bender has to do is create a market for a product that no one knew they wanted.
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Smartphone Projector Offers Ultimate Portability
The 400-PRJ018 Smartphone projector by Sanwa Direct is battery powered and capable of projecting an image of 854×480 pixel resolution, with manual focus
Now a bracelet that projects your smartphone display onto your skin- Technology News, Firstpost
A tiny new wristband can project a tablet interface onto your arm, effectively turning it into a smartphone every time you twist your wrist.
Prototype Improves Mobile Typing by Ditching the Keyboard
Typing on mobile devices such as tablets and phones is notoriously dodgy. It can be done, but it’s awkward, inefficient and frustrating. Sort of like rooting for the Chicago Cub...
When design met modern medicine
The Bend is a medical finger-splint with a revolutionary design. Finger bone fractures can be painful, however dislocations of bones isn’t just about pain, if not treated well, you could lose functionality of that finger for life. Read more at Yanko Design
GoTenna creates a cell network out of thin air anywhere on Earth
The Brooklyn-based startup is offering a solution for off-the-grid travelers who need low-cost connectivity for their smartphone -- and it doesn't rely on satellites.
iStick Gives iPhone And iPad Users A USB Drive At Last - Bonjourlife
Finally, it’s time of celebration for iPad and iPhone users and say goodbye to time-consuming iTunes synchronization. You need not to burn the candle at both ends now. This 2-in-1 iStick by Hypershop works as a USB flash drive on one end while integrated Lightning connector for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch on the other. We can’t say it’s the very first flash dive that features a Lightning connector. Instead, it’s the first to be officially approved by Apple. iStick offers variety of storage…
Wearable Tech: Welcome to the Future of Fashion
Gadgets continue to shrink in size and adapt to free up our hands, making it more convenient than ever for users to multitask. Taking it a step further, techie fashionistas are ...
StickNFind Bluetooth stickers let you tag and locate your goods with a smartphone (hands-on video)
We've all misplaced keys, gadgets and occasionally even children. Well, no more. StickNFind is a nifty, inexpensive solution for tagging and locating electronics, keys and pets. For roughly $25 a pop (estimated retail), you get a small adhesive disk that can be affixed to any flat surface or attached to a keychain. Inside, there's a replaceable CR2016 watch battery that's said to last more than a year, a Bluetooth module and antenna, an LED-lit ring and a piezoelectric speaker. A free…