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Osmo

Osmo is a new and exciting toy created by a group of ex-Google and Disney employees. The next-gen hardware gaming device turns physical objects into iPad games, it kind of works like an analog Kinect for your iPad, turning the table top in front of the iPad into a digital game board. You use use real-world objects such as tiles, puzzles, and pen sketches to interact with the iPad to solve quizzes and play games. You merge real with virtual, cool! Watch the video to better understand how it works.



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THE MAGIC NUMPAD | BY MOBEE | Image

THE MAGIC NUMPAD | BY MOBEE

Following the great success of the Magic Charger and the Magic Bar, Mobee continues to innovate and develop green technology products. They have presented the Magic Numpad, it easily transforms your Magic Apple Trackpad into a customizable numeric keypad. Simply apply one of the 3 films to the Apple Magic Trackpad, install the free application, and you have a trackpad and a numeric keypad in a single device....
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LUMINOODLE

Luminoodle by Power Practical, is a versatile USB lighting solution, a LED light strip you can take anywhere. This is the perfect solution for lighting up your tent, picnic table, or any particular area around camp, it can be attached to basically anything by utilizing the built-in loops, embedded magnets, or included ratchet ties - only limited by your imagination. The five-foot strip comes encased in a silicone tube, making it waterproof to 3 f...
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GALILEO | ROBOTIC DOCK

Galileo is another product born from a very successful kickstarter campaign(received more than $700,000 in funding!). Now available for purchase, Galileo is a Bluetooth robotic platform for iOS devices, a dock you can control from any place in the world. Once you plug in your phone, you can control it remotely with a swipe of your finger, rotate, tilt, or even set it to automatically track a moving object. Using Galileo and the Sphere app(free), you can have long-di...
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