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As if athletes lives weren’t luxurious enough, Nike and the design team at Teague have created this ultimate private jet concept for basketball teams. These are just computer-generated mock-ups, but they look like they’re straight from the future. I wouldn’t be surprised to see this sometime in the very near future.
Beats by Dre co-founder, Steve Lamar, has just recently launched a new endeavor in the headphone market called ROAM. ROAM has integrated ergonomics, design audio fidelity, and personalization into the first ever wearable earphone called ROPEs. They’re made to be light, strong, durable, and comfortable. They are sitting at a price of $299, and they currently have two options available, and both are available for pre-order here.
You need this. I need this. Honestly, everyone needs one of these. DemerBox is a rugged wireless boombox that is portable, Bluetooth capable, water resistant & shock proof, and has up to 40 hours of battery life. There’s a one-speaker version & a two-speaker version available. Head here to reserve yours.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a delivery system that utilizes drones, but you know it’s bound to be huge if Google is behind it. Project Wing is years from being a thing, but they have successfully transported a first aid kit, candy bars, dog treats, and water to Australian farmers where they’re testing the project.
Forget all other wrist accessories. We have a gamechanger on our hands here. This is the QBracelet, and it’s a stylish bracelet that in a pinch will also charge your smartphone. This is the first piece of wearable tech that I would undoubtedly use every day. The QBracelet is available for pre-order now, here.
It’s time for your Grandpa to trade in his Rascal for this off-road, all-terrain wheelchair from HexHog. This bad boy can handle anything you can throw at it. It features a 36-volt lithium ion battery that can take you up to 12 miles on a single charge at a top speed of 8.5 mph. It’s flexible chassis makes the HexHog extremely stable, allowing it to handle any type of terrain you might come across. You can grab a HexHog right here.
Artist, Producer, Technical Director, and apparent Badass, Nobumichi Asai worked with CGI experts to create Omote: a mind-blowing new facial mapping and projection system. Omote maps your face and then projects graphics onto it. The result yields limitless opportunities in technology.
Gotta have it. Period. This is the OM/ONE, and it’s the world’s first levitating Bluetooth speaker. Best part is that they’re not nearly as expensive as you would expect. Head over to pre-order yours for just $179.
I don’t know what it would be very easy to play basketball on this court if the LEDs were moving around, but it definitely looks awesome! The court is located inside the “House of Mamba” that is a part of the Nike RISE contest.
With GoPro cameras being extremely successful, it was only a matter before someone else tried to get in the game. Polaroid is making a move into the market with the introduction of its Cube lifestyle action camera.
ColorWare just recently released their newest limited edition product. The custom Pill 2.0 features a leopard “safari” print, and only 50 pieces total were produced. The custom Pill is available now for $379. Grab it here.
Ah yes, no more sitting down on that porcelain throne & not realizing that you’re out until the very end of your business. RollScout is a toilet paper holder that will notify you when your roll is running low. For $49 you can ensure that you never get yourself into a terrible situation again. (But if you do, there are always these 12 household items to wipe with when you run out of T.P.)