Now everyone at some point or another has dabbled in developing their own Gadget of sorts. However, across the Internet recently I’ve found people who love to “hack gadgets.”
So, here is your first view of a “hacked” gadget – a Kuka Robot (Kuka is a manufacturer of industrial robots and factory automation equipment) taking on the role of a juke box spinning records and creating music all its own! Check it out:
This gadget freak review highlights some new mobile technologies. Google's Project Tango is building 3D models of the space around you, and the Loop is a virtual wallet that allows you to pay merchants by transmitting your card data.
This Gadget Freak review looks at a simple device for sealing gunshot wounds, an open-source construction set that uses straws and cardboard to build shapes and objects, and a hidden electronic safe built into a wall.
This Gadget Freak review looks at a smart contact lens that measures glucose levels; a gadget that can scan any food item to deliver precise nutrition facts and a list of ingredients; and a homemade, 24-hour solar-powered greenhouse.