Slim Your Bike!

Slim Your Bike!

FlipCrown is a stylish, affordable bike accessory that allows you to flip the handlebars 90°, making it convenient to store, park, mount and get through crowds. Small, easy to install and adaptable almost universally to any bike, its a little addition to your ride that makes a big impact on functionality. It’s perfect for perfectionists who want their bikes when they need them and out of the way when they don’t!

0 Designer: DeltaReference

A Gamer's Wet Dream

A Gamer’s Wet Dream

The next best thing to headset VR, the Xgamer combines accelerated gaming with a curved screen cinematic experience. Its 10-inch, 1080P, 180 degree screen gives users a greater sense of immersion in the display environment and is made more powerful by a state of the art accelerated video card. Not only visually compelling, its curved shape is naturally ergonomic for the hands with controls placed at the back of the design.

0 Designer: Beau Reid

Hackaball for Little Programmers

Hackaball for Little Programmers

Hackaball is an interactive educational toy that teaches kids the basics of programming through play. Kids can “hack” the ball on a free iPad app that lets them program different colorful lighting, sound and vibrating effects and then see their creativity come to life instantly. The ball simultaneously harnesses kids’  imaginations and becomes the principal actor in whatever games they make up and play! Dragons egg? Program it! Soccer  ball? Program it!

0 Designers: Made by Many & Map

The Ultimate Grab-It Gadget

The Ultimate Grab-It Gadget

Dropped your phone between the seats in the car? Money down a drain? A ring in the sink? Sooooo f#^%*$@ frustrating, right?! Don’t sweat it! Designed by a dad who lost $5 in his car, Odii is the handy grab-it gadget that makes getting your stuff back a cinch! Its long reach, slender, flexible arm and strong claspers make it perfect for grabbing keys, food, cards and more. Vid after the jump!

0 Designer: Kenn Buxton

A Wee Bit of Genius

A Wee Bit of Genius

Ryo is proof that big things come in small packages! This tiny adapter takes the hassle out of fumbling to plug your USB in correctly. It fits any standard USB cable and provides instant relief from playing that ridiculous guessing game again! According to the designers, the average persons wastes 30 MINUTES a year trying to get it right. So take back control of your life and get a Ryo!

0 Designer: ryo tech

Share the Noise in Your Life

Share the Noise in Your Life

Tchotchkes, photos & other tangible objects are all effective when it comes to reflecting on our memories, but what if you could hear your memories rather than see them? The Backtrack concept explores this alternative sensory approach to preserving memories. Equipped with GPS, the device detects the user’s location & records audio when specified. Users then define the precise emotion they were feeling at the moment.

0 Designer: Maria Romero Pérez

The Shutterbug's Speaker

The Shutterbug’s Speaker

Before you start pouting and trying to click selfies with that thing, let me just tell you, it may look like a camera, but it’s actually an audio device. Yeah. Soundbarrel is a camera lens-esque speaker that uses its iris diaphragm to actually regulate the amount of sound coming out of the speaker. Isn’t that a cool gimmick?! Plus, bonus points for highlighting the ‘dB’ in the SoundBarrel logo!

0 Designer: SaeJoung Kou

This is Gonna Be Big

This is Gonna Be Big

The latest and greatest since the selfie-stick, Stesco is the first peripheral add-on that allows you to make high-quality 3D stereoscopic photos using two iPhones! No expensive equipment required, simply conjoin two iPhone 5, 5S or 6 using the specially adapted case. Then, access the Stesco App to record video on both devices simultaneously, process the image or video merging them into 3D format, save, or publish! It’s that simple. See it in action after the jump —>

0 Designer: Moebius Industries LTD

Hip to be Square

Hip to be Square

The square-shaped smartphone never caught on, but a look at the BlackBerry L and we might consider it! This BlackBerry beauty captures the brand’s bold styling and core features with both a capacitive touch screen and, of course, an iconic QWERTY keyboard that’s only revealed by use of a rotary slider. Use the volume rocker to scroll the 3.5″ display with 1:1 aspect ratio or touch your way around a variety of modern apps. DO WANT!

0 Designer: Andrew Zhilin

Phones of Future Past

Phones of Future Past

Make new friends, but keep the old; Those are silver, these are gold. In the past 20 years we’ve had to say goodbye to so much. Which makes seeing them again an absolutely exhilarating feeling. The Commodore conceptual smartphone is an ode to a tech-lover’s oldest friend. Built to serve the future, but actually a window into a golden past, the phone is sure to give you “dem feels”.

0 Designer: Giving Shape

The Eternally Future-proof Smartphone!

The Eternally Future-proof Smartphone!

This concept, by 91 Mobiles, aims to be the end-of-the-line for smartphones… and it really does leave little to be desired. Modular/replaceable hardware for easy and endless upgrading, lifelike holographic video projection, a Lytro full field-depth camera, a vibration transducer speaker system, and super-capacitors with 10x the life of regular batteries. Not to forget, that transparent polymer OLED display with 4k resolution! It all seems to be there… maybe it’s the last jump before body implanted tech!

0 Designer: 91 Mobiles

Cube Phonics

Cube Phonics

Like its name suggests, the Xcube speaker applies cubist geometry to provide 360 degrees of hi-def audio enjoyment. Its unique yet simple form offers multidirectional surround sound that can be fine tuned by repositioning the sculptural, free-standing unit at any desired angle. Bluetooth enabled, pair it to your favorite device and take it with you for hi-def streaming on the go!

0 Designer: Michael Samoriz

iPad Holograms are Here!

iPad Holograms are Here!

The first of its kind, the Holocube HC Tablet turns your iPad Air 2 into a holographic projector you can use at home. Its magic lies in a transparent synthetic mirror with a solid hinge at a 45 degree angle that captures moving media on the screen, projecting it into thin air. Crafted with a thin aluminum fingerprint-resistant housing, it maintains the aesthetic minimalism of your device unlike other clunky designs. Watch it in action after the jump!

0 Designer: Holocube