Improve on perfection with these nifty gadgets featured in the show.
Rubrik’s Futuro Cube
Innovative electronic brain-teaser game.
The cube senses rotation, determines tapping and knows which side is facing towards the ground.
Can vibrate, play audio and dynamically change its LED colours across any face of the cube.
Strategic board game that's endorsed by Mensa, the world largest and oldest high IQ society.
Players alternate turns moving Egyptian themed mirrored pieces.
The aim of the game is to line up the mirrors in such a way so that a laser can blast the opponent's Pharoh.
Robotic Arm Kit with USB PC Interface
The kit contains everything you need to build a fully functional robotic arm.
The arm can be programmed to carry out pre-determined movements.
It can also be controlled in real time using a computer.
Spritz is an app designed to increase reading speeds while retaining comprehension and understanding.
Words in a text are flashed up one by one, with the optimum recognition point highlighted in red.
The reading process is sped up as readers don’t need to move their eyes from one word to another.
Brain training game for Sony’s Playstation Vita games console.
Features twenty brain training games and augmented reality challenges.
Players can compare scores on social media as they tackle logic, arithmetic, observation and language puzzles.
The Emotiv EPOC is a brain activity tracker that is built on recent developments in neuro-technology.
It uses a set of 14 sensors, plus two references, that measure electric signals produced by the brain to detect the user’s thoughts, feelings and expressions in real time.
These thoughts can be used to control various software and games.
Light Headed Bowler Hat
Flock bowler hat that includes a super bright LED bulb.
The design is based on the lightbulb hats from the London 2012 Olympic closing ceremony.
The hat can also double up as a desk lamp.
PureGear Retro Game Case for iPhone 5S/5
Game case that includes traditional games as well as shock protection.
Navigate the ball through the maze from start to finish.
Available in three colours.
Urban transport solution crafted to mimic the body’s natural movements and postures.
Top speed of around 40 km/hr.
Gives the user a low impact cardio workout.
OptiLights is an integrated training programme that includes eight RGB LED lights with built in motion sensors.
Players wave their hands over the lights to trigger the proximity sensor.
It can create goals to improve their speed, reactions and overall fitness.
The Loopz Shifter features four built-in music, memory and motion games.
Games are played by waving hands through the flashing loops in time with the music.
Reaction-based rhythm game developed for the Leap Motion Controller.
Over the course of four different games, users must memorise hand symbols in sequence and repeat each gesture in time to the beat.
Similar to the traditional game of rock, paper, scissors.
Motion controller that tracks both hands and all ten fingers with accurate precision and speed.
This new level of dexterity enables users to point, wave, reach and grab in real time.
Gives users the impression they are entering a virtual world.
This headset aims to give gamers the edge by encouraging their brain to work faster and improve their reactions.
It's controlled by an app and enables the user to configure current from 0.8 to 2.0mA.
It uses transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) to increase the plasticity of the brain, theoretically making the synapses fire faster.
Hi-tech way to learn to play the guitar.
When used with a compatible smartphone and its companion app, the multi-touch LED fretboard lights up to show you the correct finger position during each chord of a chosen song.
Master the art of Taekwondo at home by learning from a virtual grandmaster.
The interactive 3D application, designed to teach the World Taekwondo Federation syllabus, uses a virtual Taekwondo character.
The character can be viewed from every angle and at different speeds as he completes each technique correctly and in sequence.
Zepp can be used to analyse a user’s swing in three different sports – tennis, golf and baseball.
Users can capture, measure and analyse their swing in three dimensions by using various sport specific mounts and using the free companion apps.
Provides feedback to help achieve sporting consistency.
Sasaki Series 9 4D Humanistic Massage Chair
L-shaped chair that massages the user from head to toe.
Uses a combination of rollers and airbags to knead and squeeze.
Built-in speakers and LED lights create relaxing ambiance.
PSiO Mind Booster
Audio-visual stimulation glasses.
The technology behind the PSiO is based on simply diverting attention.
Constant thought process, or 'brain chatter', is a well-known source of stress, anticipation and or apprehension. By eliminating that with audio visual stimulation the user is able to relax.
Headset that measures the brain’s electrical activity.
The data is transfered via a WiFi connection to a computer or laptop.
Mindwave users are able to build up their ability to concentrate, focus and relax.
The Mind Copter is an AR Drone controlled by a users mind power.
This method of controlling this quadrocopter was developed by University of Lincoln.
The MyndPlay BrainBandXL can measure the electrical activity of the brain.
This data can be used to control apps, games, videos and movies using only brainwaves.
With the MyndPlay media player you can also watch a video and see in real-time how the brain responds to it.
A Scalextric set you control with your brain, developed by B-Reel Products.
The speed of the car is controlled by the users' focus levels.
The more the players focus, the greater the speed.
Pedal Electric Cycle with a built-in motor to assist the cyclist.
The electric drive assists pedal power with a 200 watt electric hub motor up to a maximum speed of 15mph.
The battery can also be charged by pedalling or freewheeling downhill.
Large format Plasma-Display with full 1080p resolution.
PV500-EVO2 DVR + HD Button Cam
An extremely small, and easy to conceal digital video recorder.
When paired with a concealed camera, it can film up to three hours at 1280 x 960px resolution.
Large touch screen for easy playback and navigation.
Toshiba FlashAir 8GB SDHC CARD
Makes transferring and uploading data from a digital camera easier.
Can transfer and share pictures to a smartphone or laptop via wi-fi.
Photos can be accessed on an external device almost immediately after capture.
MSE Digital Earpiece
Discreet radio earpiece.
The earpiece picks up electromagnetic vibrations from an inductor, such as a neck loop, which is powered by a device like a mobile phone or two way radio.
Has a built in Digital Sound Processor that enhances the sound by removing any background noise.
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