With its aluminum face and walnut case, this retro-handsome radio seems a stylish relic of the hi-fi 70's. Inside the analog package, however, stirs a digital soul—inputs include internet radio, Spotify, and a Bluetooth® connection.
This easy-to-build kit comes with all the pieces you need to create a robotic clock that writes, erases, and rewrites the time on a small dry erase board.
"It has built-in speakers, it allows you to convert vinyl to MP3 format." — Melissa Ensell, Buffalo, New York
Bats fly swiftly and stealthily, and human ears can’t hear the clicks they use to echolocate. This gadget records the clicks, translates them into frequencies we can make out, and identifies the species that probably emitted them—making it easier to eavesdrop on our high-flying neighbors.
Instant cameras of yore were bulky and broad. Not this one. Minimal and vintage-looking, this Instax is great for the trendy, on-the-go photographer who needs images printed in a flash.
When my husband and I went sightseeing in Old Havana we asked a fellow tourist to take our photo in front of the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary. To our delight, he used a bluetooth printer to make a print of the picture on the spot.
Make beautiful sci-fi music and lots of other weird noises with your very own instrument from the adorable retro-future, a mini theremin.
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