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Burritob0t

No, it's not a robotic burrito — it's even better. The Burritob0t ($TBA) is a robot appliance that's designed to make burritos using tried and true methods of 3D printing, spreading one layer of Mexican goodness on the tortilla at a time until perfection is achieved. How much will it cost? Who knows! All we know for sure is we want one for the Uncrate HQ kitchen, ASAP.

  • HydroView

    Scuba diving isn't exactly easy, and it's even harder if you're trying to shoot any sort of decent photos or video. So why not let the HydroView ($4,000) do it for you? This underwater vehicle shoots 1080p video and high-quality stills, which it beams back wirelessly to the same iPad that you use to control it via the accelerometer and touchscreen. Other features include on-board LED lights, the ability to reach speeds of five knots going forward and one knot in reverse, and the ability to collect data on water conditions. Just think of it as your very own remote-controlled miniature James Cameron. [Scouted by Chris]

  • Leap Motion Control Device

    Forget Kinect — if you're looking for a way to control your computer via natural movements, look no farther than the Leap Motion Control Device. Based on proprietary technology, this sleek, compact motion sensor sits on your desk in front of your monitor, creating a 3D interaction space of 8 cubic feet that is 200X more accurate than anything else on the market — the difference between waving your arm and signing PDFs in the air with an actual pencil.