Kickstarter is full of innovative ideas aiming to gain crowdfunding to become a reality. While some ideas fall short of reaching their funding goals, others are pure genius and receive unfathomable support. Some people consider themselves early adopters and want to be the first to know about up and coming tech gadgets. They live for Kickstarter.
These are the coolest tech gadgets out there right now:
January means winter isn’t going anywhere, anytime soon. Fortunately, +Winter insoles can keep toes warm even on the coldest days of the year. These rechargeable, light-weight insoles easily fit into most boots to keep the lower, smallest extremities toasty all day long. The best part about these insoles is the ability to control them with a smartphone. So, on the off chance that toes get a little too toasty, turn down the heat with the touch of a button.
While the Everlast Notebook looks and feels like a regular, paper-filled notebook, it’s much more than that. Using any Pilot Frixion pen, writing sticks to the Everlast pages like regular paper. But, instead of storing a full notebook alongside countless others, scan the Everlast pages with a smartphone and instantly have pages uploaded to the Rocketbook app. This app allows notes to be sent to online destinations like Google Drive or DropBox. Once notes are saved online, simply erase any used pages with a wet cloth. This revolutionary notebook technology means the Everlast Notebook could be the last notebook anyone ever has to purchase.
My Little Geek Trilogy
This trilogy aims to educate preschoolers using tech-savvy characters to prep kids for the tech-saturated world of today. They’ve also developed an iPad app that comes with the My Little Greek Trilogy and four learning games per book. The games focus on the development of fine motor skills, reflexes, memory, and creativity. It’s a perfect way to introduce preschoolers to the world of learning through technology.
FlowMotion Smartphone Stabilizer
Everyone, at some point, has thought they captured an awesome video through a smartphone only to realize unsteady hands ruined it. The FlowMotion smartphone stabilizer eliminates camera shake so even an amateur can capture stunning, shake-free video. The possibilities are endless with this pocket-sized gadget. Users can live stream videos to Facebook or YouTube, capture frame-worthy panoramic photos, or create breathtaking time-lapse videos. This cool smartphone stabilizer captures adventures seamlessly, making it easier than ever to make memories last a lifetime.
Vbreathe Organic Air Purifier
Vbreathe is the first-ever smart, mold and mosquito control system. The air purifier uses organic Australian essential oils to eliminate 98 percent of airborne microbes from the home. Not only can a smartphone control this air purifier, but the app tells about the air quality around as well. The fact that Vbreathe has the ability to repel mosquitoes while purifying the air is a greatly appreciated cherry on top of a spectacularly cool sundae.
iKeybo Projection Keyboard and Piano
The iKeybo uses virtual laser projection to turn any flat surface into a keyboard or piano. This compact laser projection keyboard acts as a smartphone stand to prop up a smartphone or to project a keyboard and respond to emails in record time. It comes fully equipped with a lithium-ion battery that provides up to 10 hours of keyboard/piano life and can be used to charge devices when not in use. This futuristic keyboard is a must-have for any tech gadget enthusiast.
Kali Muir is an ambitious freelance writer with a BA in Communications. She was born in Canada but has since lived in Norway, Denmark, and England. Her work experience is as diverse as her past addresses, including roles in technical communication, corporate communication, marketing, and article writing. She has experience working in varied business sectors: Oil & Gas, Engineering & Technology, Clothing & Equipment Retail, and Creative Writing. Follow Kali’s professional and personal journey at www.kalimuir.com, or connect with her on LinkedIn and Twitter.