The internet is full of digital art — made by well- and little-known artists alike — but looking at it on your laptop is hardly an appropriate way to appreciate good work. With the Electric Objects EO1 Art Computer, you can free art from your lap and display it the way it's meant to be seen. Working much like a picture frame, you can rest it on a shelf or hang it from the wall, while it wirelessly pulls art from the internet. There's no keyboard, and no mouse, just an app for your phone that lets you choose and share the art you display.
Learning to play a musical instrument can be a real pain — especially if you haven't already spent most of your life practicing — but with Gtar, you can make learning to play the guitar just a little bit easier. Made to work with your iPhone, this guitar features a multi-touch LED fretboard that lights up, showing you exactly what to play. Best yet, it's built exactly like a guitar, with genuine strings and working frets, so anything you learn translates directly to the real thing. And with multiple purpose-built apps, you can learn more, create music, and play existing songs, learning to play a guitar has never been so easy.
Have something small — cash, microfilm, an SD card loaded with private videos — that you want kept safe and out-of-sight? Hide it in plain view with the Spy Bolt. Based on Soviet KGB hollow bolts, this handy gadget features a secret storage compartment that's nearly half and inch in diameter and almost three inches long, offering plenty of room for covert communications. And should the bolt find its way outside, you rest assured that the contents are safe, thanks to an O-ring seal around the top.