Content tagged with Gadget Freak posted in November 2013
Gadget Freak of the Year: Meet the Finalists
Gadget Freak 
11/25/2013  17 comments
Meet the winners from the six rounds of Gadget Freak of the Year semi-final competitions. The winner of this group becomes Gadget Freak of the Year.
Who Will Be Gadget Freak of the Year?
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11/22/2013  14 comments
After six rounds of voting, it comes down to this -- the final showdown. Who created the best gadget featured in Design News this year? We're counting on you to tell us.
Gadget Freak Case #248: Digital Walking Stick for the Blind
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11/21/2013  22 comments
Marin Davide has developed a digital stick for the blind that's designed to cost the same as a traditional stick.
Slideshow: New Directions in Wearable Tech
11/19/2013  27 comments
A recent contest sponsored by the element14 design community and Adafruit Industries shows that designers are hard at work on innovations that integrate fabric and technology to create smart products.
Reader Vote Round 6: Gadget Freak of the Year
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11/11/2013  19 comments
Design News and Allied Electronics are looking to crown the first-ever Gadget Freak of the Year, and we need help from you, our readers.
Slideshow: Artsy Robots Take Center Stage
11/8/2013  25 comments
Once the realm of just science and technology, robots now are turning up more and more in the world of fine arts, making appearances in art exhibitions, creative promotional campaigns, and even on stage in the theater.
Slideshow: Robots Turn Housekeepers
11/4/2013  28 comments
Companies such as iRobot and Toyota have developed robotic helpers that not only assist with household chores, but also serve as robotic companions.

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