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Cruise RP-1 Highway Autopilot

Why wait around for Google's driverless cars when you can take the driving out of your hands right now? The Cruise RP-1 Highway Autopilot can't get you in and out of the parking garage, but what it can do is completely replace the cruise control in your 2012 or later Audi A4 or S4, using a combination of RADAR, cameras, GPS, and inertial sensors to make sure you stay in your lane, a safe distance away from the car in front of you, and even stop you if you encounter traffic. It does so by controlling the steering, throttle, and braking, getting you one step closer to being able to stare at your phone your whole commute home.

  • Google Glass Titanium Eyewear

    One of the biggest strikes against Google Glass — if not the biggest, really — is the extremely odd looking hardware. While it still features the rather huge box, camera, and floating screen, Google Glass Titanium Eyewear does look quite a bit more normal than its predecessor. This new collection includes three different frames — Bold, Thin, and Split — that arrive with Glass and a UV lens clip, and can even be outfitted with prescription lenses to give you the best excuse we've yet heard for not taking them off.

  • Ekocycle Cube 3D Printer

    One of the biggest impediments to progress in the 3D-printing space is finding reliable and renewable sources for filament — the material used to print objects — but the Ekocycle Cube 3D Printer uses filament made partially from post-consumer PLA like that found in plastic bottles. This lets you create incredible, unique works of art and everyday items from stuff people frequently just throw away. You can design and print objects on this 3D printer using the included smartphone app, or choose from a number of already-existing designs. Either way you're contributing to the growing maker culture, while keeping your impact on the planet at a minimum. That sounds like a win-win.