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Giant And Tiny 3D Printing

Two news stories today talk about 3D printers from different sides of the scale. First we have the Gigabot, a large 3D printer for larger prints, and then the Nanoscale, a tiny printer able to create very small 3D models.

How Grandma Got Her Groove Back - Fujitsu's GPS Cane

Next time your aging loved ones want to get some fresh air or run some errands on their own, let them! Fujitsu's GPS Cane prototype provides older generations with easy-to-follow directions, health monitoring, and an important link to Next Generation technology. Oh yeah, it helps them walk too!

Patent Company Goes After Podcasters

After going after podcast software makers, a patent troll may now be going after individual podcasters in an attempt to get licensing money. While many claim the patent system is broken, and President Obama recently called for a reform, it may not come fast enough for some in the podcasting community.

Draw Sculptures With This New 3D Pen

Say you have an idea, whether it is for a building, a piece of jewelry, or a tool. It looks good on paper, but how will it look when it is 3-dimensional? Sure, you could use a 3D printer -- if you can afford the expense and have the specific technical knowledge to use one. Most of us don't have the money or the knowledge. All of us do know how to use a pen though. Soon you will be able to use that ability to test your own 3D designs, or even make your own 3D creations. The 3Doodler is a 3D printing pen that allows you to draw in the air.

Spin Cycle Safety - The Revolights Revolution

Bike riding is healthy, fashionable, and eco-friendly, but there are inherent dangers, particularly when riding at night. The Revolights bike lighting system increases your style, safety, and visible presence on the street.

Wash, Rinse, Dry, Complete - The Dyson Airblade Tap

Ditch your germ-covered hand towels. Forget the trails of water droplets on your bathroom floor. In only 14 seconds, the Dyson Airblade Tap leaves your hands clean and dry before you even leave the sink.

FDA Approves Vision System That Helps Certain Blind Patients Regain Lost Vision

A new invention by Second Sight Medical Products, Inc, which is named the Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use. The device will help those with retinitis pigmentosa to regain lost vision for those who suffer from this disease, which impacts vision in stages.

Keep Your Dark Secret Hidden With The Big Daddy Driver

If you have a dark secret that you desperately need to hide from loved ones, peers, friends, pretty much anyone really, the Big Daddy Driver may be just what you're looking for. Although frankly if you're in that deep I don't see much hope. Anyway, give it a shot. What's to lose? Doesn't sound like things could get much worse, does it.

Can You Beerlieve It? The New Self-Cooling Beer

Truly a new beer gadget like no other, the I.C Can from Tempra Technology and Crown Holdings is set to put a smile on the faces of beer drinkers everywhere. Yep, when a new beer invention takes 20 years to perfect, you know that good, and insanely cold things are going to happen. Sick of waiting for what seems like an eternity for a cold beer? Prepare to be sick no longer!

StormFly Kickstarts The Storm Versus Betting On The Cloud

Commuters, kids, business travelers and anyone on the move: How would you like to carry a lite-weight version of your computer on your wrist? While Cloud Computing is definitely the wave of the future, with hundreds of millions of PCs shipping each year, a good amount of today's computing happens locally. And to that end, StormFly has found the answer to moving complete operating systems between devices, quickly, easily and securely.

iPotty Makes Potty Training A Wee Bit Hi-Tech

Potty training has gone hi-tech. The iPotty, which debuted at this year’s Consumer Electronic’s Show, gives toddlers some incentive to stay on the pot by incorporating an iPad stand.

Anti Aging Decollette Pads Keep Cleavage Wrinkles At Bay

Designed to keep the chest area supple and smooth, the Decollette Pad reportedly turns back the hands of time for your cleavage and helps prevent future chest wrinkles too.

PVC Wentworth Miracle Vases Make Vase Storage A Snap

Vases are pretty, but they take up a lot of room and if you don’t have fresh flowers around very often it can be annoying to have to store vases for a few random occasions. Wentworth Miracle Vases are made from durable PVC and are completely flat when unfilled.

Mouseless Mouse Shown Off at CES

A look at a mouseless mouse that lets your fingers do the browsing.

The Baby Mop Lets Your Baby Do The Mopping

Is your baby getting lazy - just lying around eating and sleeping all day? Sure, he’s only a few months old, but the constant freeloading can get on your nerves after a while. The baby mop transforms your adorable (but rather inefficient) little bundle into a valuable cleaning tool.

Heel Condoms Change The Look Of Your Heels Instantly

The Problem: Business trip to the big city. Meetings all day, fine restaurants and clubbing all night. Limited luggage space. How can you make one or two pairs of shoes last all week? The Solution: Smart and sexy Heel Condoms change the look of your heels instantly!

New Products From The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show

The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show is underway in Las Vegas, Nevada this week, and innovators of all stripes are showcasing a variety of new wares, from massive designs to pocket-sized gadgets. Some of these new products will come to revolutionize the way we live and some will just fade away. Here are videos of a few promising new items from the show.

Eat And Flush: New Stomach Pump Means No More Dieting For Some

Under the heading 'Be careful what you wish for,' the inventor of the take-a-walk-on-wheels motorized Segway, Dean Kamen, has applied for a patent for a pump that removes a portion of the food you've just eaten from your stomach. Partners in this patent are members of a company called Aspire Bariatrics.  Here's a brief description of how the stomach sucker works....

Calling All Inventors! Popular Science Wants Your World-Changing Inventions For 2013 Awards

You'd best hurry.  You don't have much time to get your world-changing invention to Popular Science reviewers for the 2013 'Garage' Invention Awards....

Hiding in Plain Sight: Top 10 Best Covert Spy Cameras

Learn more about covert cameras and how to spy with this comprehensive top ten list.