Forget R2D2 — this humanoid Zeno R25 child-bot can teach you foreign languages, smile and follow you around the house.
By hooking up the Neurio power monitor to your home's breaker panel, you can get notified about when your coffee is ready, annoying mom not necessary.
Made specifically for the peer-to-peer bikesharing community, BitLock pops open for you (or your friends) using just your phone, no keys required.
I’m not sure anything comes close to the PicoBrew Zymatic, which bills itself as “The first fully automatic all-grain beer brewing appliance.”
No conspiracy theorists, this isn't a picture of the radio receivers in your molars. (We think.)
This desk wants to make your workspace a paradise.
To ape the game’s own marketing spiel, it’s "a board game you play with your favorite 3 to 8-year-old that sneakily teaches programming fundamentals.”
If you've got a DIY bone in your body, you should definitely consider this dirt-cheap 3D printing and scanning rig.
The RepRap Wally and Simpson seen at this year's Maker Faire allow more range in 3D-printed object sizes. Look Ma, no rails!
Shadow is an app with two purposes: to help you remember (record) your dreams and to create a dream database from users across the globe.