Keyboardio Atreus ultra-minimalist mechanical keyboard

Kickstarter has hosted thousands of keyboard projects over the past decade, but this is definitely one of the best yet. It's a wired mechanical keyboard that's been stripped down to the bare essentials, but without compromising on comfort and performance. It's so stripped down, in fact, that despite having no folding or collapsing action, it's still small and portable enough to fit easily in a backpack.


Photonbar programmable light painting wand

One of my favorite Kickstarer projects of all time is the PixelStick: an electrified rail that holds 200 programmable LEDs, and allows you to take the most amazing light painting photos ever. Photonbar is essentially the same idea, but in a smaller and slightly less cumbersome form factor and also a considerably lower price. If you're into creative photography, you'll definitely want to check this thing out.


Sensforce Chair Extreme haptic feedback gaming chair

Modern video games are pretty dialed-in in terms of sights and sounds, but when it comes to physical feeling, they're still relatively boring. The best we get is really just vibrating controllers. Sensforce wants to change that with an innovative new haptic gaming chair that vibrates in three different zones. The coolest part is that it relies exclusively on audio signals to do this, so you don't need any special drivers or plugins to make it work with your system. Just plug it in and go!


The Babymaker stealthy electric road bike

There are zillions of e-bike projects on kickstarter and indiegogo, but few are as polished as this one. It's an e-bike that's intentionally designed to not look like an e-bike, but still offer all the benefits of one. The Babymaker's battery is hidden inside its normal-looking frame, and it has variable levels of pedal assist but that's where the modern bells and whistles stop. You won't find any unnecessary mobile apps or annoying software updates attached to this bike, and that's on purpose.


Techwrap multipurpose electronic gear protector

This thing is simply brilliant. It's simple because all it really is is a thoughtfully designed cloth that you can wrap up your camera gear and electronics with. It's brilliant because this simple design allows it to serve multiple functions. It can be a waterproof/dirt-proof gear wrap, a platform for your lenses, or even a microfiber cleaning cloth. It's all up to you, and can be switched at a moment's notice.


Resource: digitaltrends.com

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Awesome Tech You Can't Buy Yet

Keyboardio Atreus ultra-minimalist mechanical keyboard

Kickstarter has hosted thousands of keyboard projects over the past decade, but this is definitely one of the best yet. It's a wired mechanical keyboard that's been stripped down to the bare essentials, but without compromising on comfort and performance. It's so stripped down, in fact, that despite having no folding or collapsing action, it's still small and portable enough to fit easily in a backpack.


Photonbar programmable light painting wand

One of my favorite Kickstarer projects of all time is the PixelStick: an electrified rail that holds 200 programmable LEDs, and allows you to take the most amazing light painting photos ever. Photonbar is essentially the same idea, but in a smaller and slightly less cumbersome form factor and also a considerably lower price. If you're into creative photography, you'll definitely want to check this thing out.


Sensforce Chair Extreme haptic feedback gaming chair

Modern video games are pretty dialed-in in terms of sights and sounds, but when it comes to physical feeling, they're still relatively boring. The best we get is really just vibrating controllers. Sensforce wants to change that with an innovative new haptic gaming chair that vibrates in three different zones. The coolest part is that it relies exclusively on audio signals to do this, so you don't need any special drivers or plugins to make it work with your system. Just plug it in and go!


The Babymaker stealthy electric road bike

There are zillions of e-bike projects on kickstarter and indiegogo, but few are as polished as this one. It's an e-bike that's intentionally designed to not look like an e-bike, but still offer all the benefits of one. The Babymaker's battery is hidden inside its normal-looking frame, and it has variable levels of pedal assist but that's where the modern bells and whistles stop. You won't find any unnecessary mobile apps or annoying software updates attached to this bike, and that's on purpose.


Techwrap multipurpose electronic gear protector

This thing is simply brilliant. It's simple because all it really is is a thoughtfully designed cloth that you can wrap up your camera gear and electronics with. It's brilliant because this simple design allows it to serve multiple functions. It can be a waterproof/dirt-proof gear wrap, a platform for your lenses, or even a microfiber cleaning cloth. It's all up to you, and can be switched at a moment's notice.


Resource: digitaltrends.com

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