The Audojo gaming case clips right into any iPad (second-gen or higher). The case adds the aforementioned twin analogs, a pair of triggers and a pair of front-facing stereo speakers. When the iPad is fully enclosed, the case transforms your iPad into the ultimate gaming machine. But the thing looks heavy. And the Audojo has another neat feature: the dual analogs also work with app-controllable toys including Parrot’s A.R.Drone and the Sphero. The Audojo team is seeking 240,000 on Kickstarter to start manufacturing. Early-birds can get the Audojo for $55. Regular retail price will be $99.
These Kyosho’s R/C mop and trash are remote-controlled toys? Both can be driven around using an included RF remote control, so you can clean without getting your lazy behind up off the couch. You’ll never have to dust or sweep the floor again with the R/C mop. Each piece sells for about $21 and requires four AA batteries.
These beautiful, oval-shaped animals have eight rows of tiny comblike plates that they beat to move themselves through the water. As they swim, the comb rows diffract light to produce a shimmering, rainbow effect.
This comfortable Brolly rain umbrella will not only keep you dry, but also enable you to text or e-mail in the rain, something no other umbrellas can claim. The great advantage attributes to the brass knuckle umbrella handle.
This model of the mobile kitchen concept was created by students of the Geneva University of Art and Design. The kitchen is made up of a series of transportable units that could form a small family of objects that could accommodate different functions.