Google Cardboard VR Headset

Let's face it: as cool as the Oculus Rift is, its limited utility makes it a tough sell for the price. But what if there was a way to make a VR headset for just a few dollars? Well, that's exactly the idea behind the Google Cardboard VR Headset. Using nothing but cardboard, a couple of lenses, a couple magnets, velcro, a rubber band, an app, and some very simple instructions, you can transform your Android handset into a full-on VR viewer, provided you don't mind having a piece of cardboard hanging off your head as you "ooh" and "aah" your way through the available demos.

  • Vessyl

    There are all sorts of gadgets out there to help us track our activity — but what about what we're drinking? Meet Vessyl. This ingenious piece of drinkware automatically recognizes what beverage you've placed inside it, allowing it to keep track of things like calories, caffeine, sugar, and fat ingested, and your overall hydration level via a system called Pryme. A slick, built-in hidden screen can show you basic info, and for a more complete view of your hydration habits, simply pair it with your iOS or Android device via Bluetooth and let the companion app handle the rest.

  • Tanner Goods Troubadour Guitar Strap

    You took your time in selecting the right axe for your style of play, so give it the accessory it deserves with a Tanner Goods Troubadour Guitar Strap. Made to order by hand in Portland, Oregon, these handsome straps are made from 5.5 oz. Horween Rich Chromexcel leather that's sure to develop its own patina over time, adjust to fit any body or style of play, and feature keyhole cutouts on both ends for attaching to strap pins, as well as an included nylon cord for grabbing the neck of an acoustic. It might not improve your ability to play, but you'll at least look the part.

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