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Nimb Is A Smart Ring With Panic Button

Emergencies are scary, but there is now a new smart ring that will quickly call for help when you need it most. Meet Nimb, a ring that includes a panic button. It lets you send emergency alerts to preset contacts from its mobile app with the touch of a thumb. But the big question with this new invention is this: how will it sell on the market?

Invention Of The Week? REKS Are Unbreakable Sunglasses

From the “what will they think of next?” files comes a new pair of shades that you will definitely want to get your hands on. Heck, your eyes will even love them, and when people see you wear them they might even assume you have deep pockets. But the big question with the new REKS sunglasses is this: will you be able to afford them?

WaySkin Takes The Guesswork Out Of Having Glowing Skin

Have you ever looked at your dull, lifeless skin and wondered how it got that way and how you could bring it back to its former glory? WaySkin is a handheld disk that, when applied to the skin, provides important information about your skin’s current needs.

TOOR Might Just Be The World's Smartest Lockbox

Thanks to the rise of new tech, many industries have started to adapt to allow for the innovations that can set them apart from their competitors. One field that has been a little behind, however, is the real estate industry. Some companies have tried to change that, but ultimately, it just didn't work out. That looks to be changing however thanks to the TOOR Pro Lockbox.

Canvas App Releases For Structure Sensor

The Structure Sensor was pretty awesome in its own right, with its ability for 3D scanning and augmented reality for mobile devices, but with the release of Canvas for iOS, real world uses for the product are really starting to be realized. Canvas lets you use the power of the Structure Sensor to make accurate 3D models of your home in minutes.

Vufine+ Is A Wearable That Works With Your Phone, Laptop, and Drone

Google Glass didn't quite work out how people wanted, but that isn't stopping other companies from producing wearables for a user's face. Vufine, coming off an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign raising over $200k by 1,500 backers, has started a new campaign for the Vufine+. This upgraded unit has a bigger screen and more features. It's another option for people looking for a hands free wearable. Vufine+ doesn't require any special frames and can attach easily to any set of glasses.

Sense With Voice Releases, Adds New Functionality To Its Sleep Monitoring Abilities

Sense with Voice released today, bringing new functionality and features to the product. At its core, Sense has one main objective, to monitor your sleep habits to offer solutions for getting a better night's sleep. In conjunction with the Sleep Pill, which attaches to your pillow, Sense can monitor things like air quality and the Pill can figure out when you fell asleep, as well as how long you were in deep sleep.

Aspiring Industrial Designers Are Shaping Up With TinkerCad

Computer-aided design and drafting software needed for most 3D printing is traditionally obscured by high paywalls and complex interface that require advanced training. Fortunately, offering a solution to this problem are a series of CAD tools cropping up that are user-friendly and cost-effective alternatives. One of them is Tinkercad.

Kiinde Kozii Warms Breast Milk While Maintaining Nutrients

The methods typically used to warm breast milk often negate its nutrition. This is where the Kiinde Kozii comes in. The Kozii is a device that warms breast milk as quickly as steam, yet doesn’t destroy its precious nutrients.

Gate Brings Smart Tech To Your Door Lock

Smart tech is coming to everything. From lightbulbs and refrigerators to cars and alarm clocks. You name it, and there's probably a smart version developed, or being developed. The same can now be said for door locks. Enter Gate. The all-in-one connected smart lock for your home.

Temporary Tattoo To Keep Drunk Drivers Off The Road

Researchers at UC San Diego have come up with a wearable to keep you off the road and out of trouble if you've been imbibing and you're not sure how to proceed when it comes to getting yourself home. Check it out.

Invention Of The Week? Clap Balm Is World’s First Hockey Hand Deodorant

Those of us who play hockey share one big thing in common: dealing with that horrid smell that lingers on our hands after a practice or a game. No matter how much we wash our hands after taking our gloves off, that familiar ‘hockey smell” seems impossible to get rid of. However a team of inventors in Canada have found a way for us hockey players – amateur, weekend warriors and professionals alike – to leave our stink at the rink. Quesiton is this: how will this new invention sell on the market? 

Buddy System Bracelet Offers Extra Layer Of Security For Women

If you're a female and concerned about physical safety, you and your besties might want to consider investing in some Ōnee bracelets for Christmas. They may end up being the ultimate accessory for best friends, sisters and wingwomen everywhere.

iBag2 Puts Your Spending On Lockdown When You Lose Your Resolve

If you're like a lot of people, you have a tough time passing up that bargain or saying no to items you just don't need but are appealing, nonetheless. Now, there's help putting on the brakes when you can't from a bag that tightens the purse strings for you. (VIDEO)

James Dyson Award 2016 Top 20 International Shortlist Inventors Announced

Since June, we have been reporting on the exciting rollout and results of this year’s prestigious James Dyson Awards 2016. From vaccine cooling systems to contact lenses that measure glucose levels: these 20 inventions were proclaimed the regional award winners. This year’s James Dyson Award received almost 1,000 entries that are both problem solving and pioneering.

Doddle Pop Pacifiers Stay Clean When Dropped

Babies have a knack for dropping their pacifiers in the most disgusting places. Doddle Pop is a genius pacifier created to stay clean when it pops out of baby’s mouth.

Super Cute Little Robot Designed To Help Kids With Autism

As of December of 2013, the CDC released the estimate that approximately one out of every 68 children in the United States currently has autism, and boys are four to five times more likely than girls to be diagnosed with it. Aisoy1 V5 hopes to help them.

Sneakers Made From Recycled Carbon Emissions

Athletic shoes made from carbon dioxide? Yup, and that's not all. Find out what other innovative ideas are helping us tackle pollution.

DistractaGone Helps Smartphone Addicts Re-Engage With The Real World

Do you or someone you know have a problem with cellphone distractions? If you can't keep your mind on what's going on around you for fear you'll miss something in cyber space, you need to read this now.

Invention Of The Week? TimeCap Is A Smart 24-Hour Life Recorder

A new wearable camera that just hit the market records your every movement, and what makes this invention extra-special is that it also makes for a cool fashion accessory. Meet “Time In A Wearable." When will you start recording your life story?