INSTRUMENT 1 by Antiphonon Kickstarter, and it's already surpassed its funding goal. The multi-instrument consists of a force-sensitive fretboard alongside a digital string-like interface and built-in speakers. It's designed to be played in various ways, mimicking different instrument depending on how it's held, from strumming it like a guitar to putting it on your lap and using the frets as piano keys.
It's called the PancakeBot. This device combines an electric griddle and a patent-pending batter dispensing system to effectively "print" out pancakes virtually in any shape you can imagine. The process is fairly straightforward: use the included software to trace/create a design, transfer that image file from your computer to the machine via an SD card, and then just wait until its time to flip your edible masterpiece. PancakeBot's has already more than doubled its $50,000 crowd-funding goal. The device is expected to retail for $300 when it ships this July.