Why let the black ops division have all the fun? Now you can have your own pair of cyborg-looking glasses with EyeClops Night Vision Goggles ($90). The specs use IR technology for monocular night vision, feature both green and b/w modes, and offer two sensitivity levels, one for close proximity work, and the other for full-power mode, letting you see up to 50 feet away. Silence of the Lambs re-enactment night just got a lot more interesting.
If you've been thinking about cutting back on your electric usage to help save money (and the environment), then you'll want to check out Wattson (£100; ~$180). This wireless gadget uses a sensor chip and transmitter attached to your main electric cables to monitor your usage, with the main unit glowing blue when your use is below normal, purple when usage is normal, and red when you're using more than usual — which is normally too much. Plus, the main display shows in watts or in currency how much electricity you're using, giving you immediate feedback, and even more motivation to conserve.
Imagine making everything in your real world environment link to something in your online life. That's sort of the idea behind Tikitag ($TBA). It uses Near Field Communications (NFC) to connect real-life objects with online information. A teddy bear might link to a picture of its owner, or a business card might take you to that person's Facebook profile. The possibilities are nearly endless — all you need is a Tikitag reader, and, as of right now, an invitation to the alpha launch. Expect Tikitag to appear in your real world soon.