5.)Sensoria smart sock Stop pronating! Shorten your stride! These socks not only keep your tootsies warm, but they’ll provide feedback on your running style. Successfully crowdfunded, they’re slated to ship toward the end of this year.
4.) Razer OSVR:Razer pairs its virtual-reality goggles with a $200 to let you hack together applications compatible with Oculus DK2-level dev kits and software, as well as any experimental VR software in Linux and Android, too. Not the prettiest of gadgetry, but the future usually starts out like an awkward teenager before we start seeing swans.
3.) Motorola Scout 5000:It’s almost like a on four legs: the Scout 5000 is a GPS collar that streams video back to your phone or tablet, as well letting you befuddle your pet with disembodied voice commands.
2.) Quell: For people with chronic pain — especially if there’s a tendency to become addicted to painkillers — this calf-mounted TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) unit may be a godsend. The company claims Quell can reduce pain from diverse maladies such as sciatica, fibromyalgia, rhematoid arthritis and more in as little as 15 minutes.
1.) : advanced tech earplugs that reduce volume without sacrificing the clarity of sound. Whether you’re in the city, at a concert, on a plane or at the game, the DUBS protect your ears to keep you going louder, longer.