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Japanese company, Xenoma, Inc., unveiled their wearable technology, e-skin, this year. Their e-skin garment lets you monitor your motion, breathing, pressure, body temperature and more. E-skin is meant for everyday wear, and it’s machine washable. E-skin withstands whatever you give it because it is protected from your sweat and moisture. Made for men and women, the stretchable shirt integrates more than 30 sensors over your body. You can even customize the number, type and location of the sensors. The incredible e-skin monitors your movements and translates them onto the computer screen in three-dimensional form. Look for this innovation to move us into the future.

Never Mess With Tangled Cords Again

Two truly usable products, the Maco 2.0 and the Big Maco, mean you have two highly portable universal cable organizers right in your pocket. The Maco 2.0 is smaller than the Big Maco, but it is still an organizational powerhouse. It keeps your cords and cables neatly looped to avoid tangles with a magnetic lock. While it’s small, you don’t have to worry about losing it, because it stays attached to your cable through a loop. You can also wear the clip or dock it. The Big Maco has all the same details as the Maco 2.0. The difference? It works with all size of cables and cords. Both come with an ultra-convenient docking platform that attaches itself to magnetic surfaces. With many rubber and leather color choices, we bet you’ll love these new products.

Traditional Writing in the Digital Space? Yes!

What if we told you that merging the written word and the digital space was possible? With montblanc augmented paper, it is. Introduced in early 2016, you’ll not only enjoy the classic quality of a montblanc writing pen, but with the easy press of a button, your written text or drawing is instantly translated into digital form. It does this on a smart device that uses the montblanc hub app. Even more intriguing is that once your content shows up on your device, you can edit, share and store it. Business travelers will enjoy the eight-hour battery life and the ease of use on a plane, in business meetings or on the go. The augmented paper and Starwalker writing instrument are neatly stored in an envelope organizer made from Italian leather.

fidget cube
Click, roll, toe tap and spin? Do you fidget all the time and drive friends, family and co-workers crazy? Many people have a hard time focusing and paying attention, so they fidget. The Fidget Cube was made just for you. It’s a premium desk toy, equally at home in the boardroom and the classroom. Modeled after ancient worry stones, the Fidget Cube has six sides that each feature a unique way to...
Have you ever spent “five minutes” on your smartphone scrolling through Facebook or viewing recipes on Pinterest? If so, we bet that five minutes was really an hour. Time sure does fly by when sharing cute photos of kitties on Instagram. No longer do you have to worry about wasting time with the D.I.S.C.O.N.N.E.C.T. pill and app. This incredible tool designed by Ben Ingignieri, monitors the tim...
Check out cf. city flows. It’s a way to help citizens analyze three bike-sharing systems in the context of a public exhibition space. It allows people to visually compare an environment of urban bike mobility. Recently, cities have installed bike-sharing systems with the hope of increasing casual bicycle use among locals as well as visitors. This system incorporates three screens to compare the...
Portable turbine charging
At the top of a mountain. In Siberia on an expedition. On a boat in the middle of the ocean. Wherever you are, Nils’ Ferber’s Micro Wind Turbine can charge your smartphone. The turbine is compact and lightweight, making it easy to carry. What’s more, it weighs less than one kilogram, and backpackers can fold it down to the size of a trekking pole. How does the turbine work? It harnesses the for...
With the Holovit app, you bring the future right into your home. With this amazing technology, you can watch holograms using your smartphone, tablet or laptop. Holovit even created a game where you can create your own holograms; it’s available on Google Play and the App Store. They created three screens that change videos to free-floating holograms using optical illusion. What’s more, it seems ...

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