Kickstarter has provided a great platform for launching exciting tech innovations and gadgets, and there are a number of cool campaigns aspiring to kickstart some interesting ideas.
The transparent speaker is a new tech idea from creators People People, based in Stockholm, Sweden.
The speaker features a 6.5-inch sub and two 3-inch full range drivers, but obviously that’s not the best part, as the entire speaker case itself is entirely transparent, allowing you to see the inner-workings of clean audio creation.
Mycestro 3D Mouse
The Mycestro is a 3D mouse that fits onto an index finger and allows you to control a computer with simple hand gestures.
The mouse uses Bluetooth to wirelessly connect with your PC, and allows you to type with two hands and quickly use your mouse with ease.
Due to the tap and sliding gestures, it could also be great for gaming applications.
NUIA eyeCharm for Kinect
The NUIA eyeCharm is an attachment for Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect camera that enhances the camera in order to track your eyes.
This will allow users to control PCs and games using only their eyes.
Soccket – energy harnessing soccer ball
Soccket is a durable soccer ball which has a special characteristic – it stores kinetic energy.
The ball uses Uncharted Play’s patent pending technology to harness the energy created during motion, which is then transferred into an electronic device through USB or other ports.
It’s said that 30 minutes of play can power an LED lamp for 3 hours.
Picsu power supply
The Picsu power supply will appeal to hardcore PC enthusiasts.
The Picsu is a personal computer power supply unit that is aimed at being small and affordable.
The supply is able to be installed into any PC through a 5-inch drive slot.
The Picsu then has a single channel output and has adjustable output current through the USB port.