The MikroDok(on Kickstarter) is a minimal charging dock designed to hold Apple's 8-pin Lightning Cable. It features a Mikro-suction adhesive backing that allows the dock to be securely positioned and moved over and over again. This makes docking and undocking a breeze. "The adhesive backing contains an array of microscopic craters that act like suction cups. This advanced material provides maximum adhesion strength while maintaining the ability to be moved hundreds of times without damaging the surface it’s stuck to. After several uses the backing will become dirty and gradually lose suction. Just rinse with water, air dry, and it will stick like new!"
"At only two years old, Kahlei Stone-Kelly went straight passed butt-boarding and learned to stand up and skate ridiculously fast! Kahlei started skating at six months with his family of skaters. Do you think he is the world’s youngest real skateboarder?”
This time slingshot maker JoergSprave made a slingshot to fire snowball. "Shooting snow balls with the slingshot is surprisingly easy, as there is very little difference to a normal BB shooter. You mainly need a larger pouch that should not be made from leather, as leather does not cope with moisture very well. "
This tiny short by Wayne Unten showing the imagined takeoff of Olivia Wright in 1903, "the first to pilot the great grasshoppers of North America." He shot with his iPhone. "While taking my kids to the playground, I shot live-action footage of a grasshopper, using my iPhone. This is one of many short animated clips I've made for fun. I might continue this particular clip as an Insect Aviation series... who knows :) It was my first project using TV Paint animation software. (No rotoscoping used. Where's the fun in that?!)"
The Bang Bang Solar Powered Tent($414) made out of a high-grade waterproof polyester and can accommodate up to 4 persons. It comes with a 5w solar panel and a lithium ion battery to power up your mobiles, tablets, laptops. Good idea.
This seat belt cover by Etsy seller Erin. It's made to look like the bandoleer that Chewbacca wore on Star Wars. She made it from leather and fake fur. It attaches with velcro, so you can also use it as a cover for any strap that is long enough. This bandolier cover sells for $21.99(USD).
It only took four hours for the Glyph, a head-mounted “personal theater” from Avegant, to reach its $250,000 funding goal on Kickstarter. The Glyph($499) is a wearable headset, complete with over-the-ear headphones, uses a new display technology the company called “Virtual Retina Display” The Virtual Retina Display involves no screen at all, instead projecting images directly onto the retina with a complex array of LEDs and mirrors.