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Android Wear

Wearable connected devices (particularly watches) are popping up all over the place lately, making Google's announcement of Android Wear all the more meaningful. Built as an extension of the Android platform to the wearable space, Android Wear is an operating system built specifically with this form factor in mind — beginning with watches, but conceivably extending to other wearables in the near future. Now, Google isn't making a watch, instead they've teamed up with a bunch of leading hardware makers, giving them the software they need to build a great device. They've rethought the way you interact with a device, making important information available when it's contextually relevant — think weather when you wake up, meetings throughout the day, traffic information during your commute, and number of calories burned during a run. It also has voice at its code, letting you respond to text messages, start a playlist, even search for important places nearby. While we have yet to see Android Wear on any actual devices, it's only a matter of time.

  • Roolen Breath Humidifier

    Getting your space to the optimum level of humidity shouldn't be a pain — finding the perfect setting, checking water levels, and frequent refills become a thing of the past with the Roolen Breath Humidifier. Completely controlled with just one button, you can set Breath to one of three modes: low for up to 24 hours of moisture, high for up to 12 hours in a very dry environment, or an auto mode that lets it determine the appropriate amount of moisture for you. And with an elegant design available in white or black, a small footprint, and quiet efficient operation, you'll barely even notice the device as it steadily improves your environment.

  • EZ Robot Kits

    Made as a robotics kit for the everyman, the EZ Robot Kits make building, customizing, and programming your own robot accessible to anyone — even if you don't have a degree in engineering or computer science. With three chassis available (a hexapod, a humanoid, and a tracked roller) you can build on each with modular components like arms, legs, servos, sensors, and cameras. Their EZ-Builder software lets you construct robots digitally before assembling them, and write programs with a simple-to-use interface, letting you share your creations across the community. And for those feeling a little more adventurous, you can even 3D-print pieces for your robot at home.