Here’s a demonstration of a flaying saucer from ThinkGeek. The Micro R/C 4-Channel Flying Saucer costs $69.99. The flying saucer incorporates accelerometer technology in a package not much larger than your outstretched palm. Similar to the technology in the iPhone and Nintendo Wii contoller, the accelerometer senses tilt on two axes and adjusts the power of each propeller to keep the flying saucer balanced in the air.
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.