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Soloshot

If you want footage of yourself doing... pretty much any athletic endeavor, you could hire a filming crew, or you could pick up a Soloshot ($480). This unique gadget works as a base for any camera or camcorder with a tripod mount, following your movements wirelessly thanks to a small waterproof transmitter that you wear as an armband. It can rotate at speeds of up to 40º per second all the way around, and can track subjects up to 2000 feet away moving at speeds up to 140 mph. But most importantly, it won't laugh at you if you totally wipeout while it's filming.

  • Ninja Blocks

    Fully connect your home to your smartphone with Ninja Blocks ($200). This compact, completely customizable/hackable device allows you to connect with a variety of sensors and actuators to monitor and control things around your home, all directly from your cell phone. The starter kit includes a temperature and humidity sensor, a wireless motion sensor, and a wireless door bell; it's and affordable to add more as you need. Of course, hardware is just part of the solution, which is why the app lets you set rules for controlling different items and appliances, and can alert you when someone's at your door, when a door or window is open, or even if it's getting too hot in your wine room.

  • ASB GlassFloor

    Forget everything you know about sports flooring. ASB GlassFloor ($TBA) is here to revolutionize the floor of most indoor sports. Made from glass, ceramic, and aluminum, the GlassFloor features a colored foil on the bottom that gives it its hue while keeping the tint from wearing off. But the big deal is the glass' transparency, which makes it possible to install LED marking lines under the surface that can be turned on and off at will, making it impossibly easy to transition from basketball to volleyball — or nearly any other indoor sport — while keeping the floor clean of unwanted markings.