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  • 9 Last-Minute Kickstarters to Put on Your Christmas Wish List

    9 Last-Minute Kickstarters to Put on Your Christmas Wish List

    Originial by Ashley Maceyat BRIT+CO



    While most of our grown-up Christmas list is already set (including Bachelor-themed and Hello Kitty wine, because #adulting), we’re always on the hunt for cool new things to add — even if that means waiting until after the holidays buy them with our Christmas loot. So whether you’re a holiday procrastinator or New Years pre-planner, here are nine new Kickstarter and Indiegogo crowdfunds that we’re keeping our eyes on this week.


    1. Sharingland: As one of the first Mexican creators to launch a campaign on Kickstarter, the dynamic entrepreneurs behind Sharingland are trying to rediscover the magic of a cardboard box. From a space capsule to a castle, these creative cardboard playhouses will surely bring out your inner kiddo.




    2. Bobby Compact: Combining innovative anti-theft technology with cute candy colors, this cool new backpack is perfect for the bright traveler.




    3. Actofit: While we’ll be the first ones to say we love tracking our steps on our Fitbit, this cool new wearable is taking gym tracking to a whole new level. Using algorithms that track more than 75 exercises and count reps, it’s the perfect gift for the techy gym rat in your life.




    4. Everlast: Nothing quite beats writing down a to-do list in a cute notebook… but the environmentalist in us isn’t too keen about wasting paper. The Everlast feels just like writing in a regular notebook, but the ink erases with just a drop of water. Plus, it’s compatible with the Rocketbook app, so you can easily save your notes to Google Drive and Dropbox before erasing them IRL.




    5. Venturi: Let’s be honest, the belt hasn’t really changed… ever. This cool new innovation ditches the stone-age prong system for a sleeker design that doesn’t have to be adjusted every single time you put on your pants. Trust us, the two seconds you’ll save every morning will really add up.




    6. Lief: Having a stressful period of life can wreak havoc on your physical, emotional and mental health. Luckily, this cool new gadget is here to help us find our inner zen. Lief tracks your natural heart rate variability (HRV) which is a marker of your physical and psychological health. Not only does it track this key stress indicator, but it also utilizes HRV biofeedback exercises to help you train yourself to stay less stressed throughout your day.




    7. Eyeque: If you’re the type of person who dreads going to the optometrist, this cool new gadget just might be for you. Eyeque is a smartphone-powered vision tracker that allows you to take vision tests and track your eyesight all through the device and free myEyeQue app.




    8. iKeybo: Whether you’re writing emails at a cafe or proofing a proposal on an airplane, lugging around a full-size computer for a few minutes of work is hella annoying. That’s what makes this product so genius: The iKeybo instantly transforms your smartphone into a full-sized virtual keyboard. Simply put your phone on the built-in stand and it automatically projects a keyboard in four languages… heck, it can even be used to play piano, guitar, bass or drums too.




    9. SELFFEE: For the gal who has one too many selfies on her phone, this cool new foodie company is definitely a must-fund. Printing your real selfies on cookies and beverages, this edible photo both is perfect for special events (plus, they’re opening up a storefront in NYC next year).

    Are you currently backing any cool Kickstarters? Tweet us by mentioning @BritandCo.

    Brit + Co may at times use affiliate links to promote products sold by others, but always offers genuine editorial recommendations.

    (Featured Photo via Sharingland) 

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  • iKeybo Projection Keyboard with Multiple Layouts and Built-in Power Bank

     iKeybo Projection Keyboard with Multiple Layouts and Built-in Power Bank

    Orginial author by Daniel  at 

    December 1, 2016 Cool Gadgets

    The iKeybo projection keyboard not only delivers multiple keyboard and piano layouts for different purposes, but also works as a power bank for charging your smartphone. Like the versatile design? Let’s keep checking.

    iKeybo Laser Projection Keyboard with Built-in Power Bank



    The iKeybo is a multi functional and easy-to-use virtual laser projection keyboard that measures 2.09 x 3.11 x 1.67 inches and weighs 2.5 oz. As we can see from the images, the projection keyboard sports an ultra compact and lightweight design so that you can easily take it anywhere you go.

    iKeybo Laser Projection Keyboard with Built-in Power Bank


    Unlike other laser projection keyboards using camera sensor, iKeybo features double liner sensors that deliver faster response speed and less energy consumption.

    Using built-in Bluetooth technology and USB, the laser projection keyboard works with Bluetooth-enabled smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers.

    The iKeybo projects a decent keyboard layout with 78 keys, and its rounded keys can effectively prevent you from touching wrong keys when you type. The Bluetooth keyboard comes with 4 different language keyboard layouts including English, Spanish, Arabic and Chinese. Meanwhile, iKeybo has a piano layout that allows you to create your own music anytime and anywhere.

    iKeybo Laser Projection Keyboard with Built-in Power Bank

    As a portable keyboard, iKeybo features a built-in phone stand that keeps your smartphone upright in portrait or landscape mode for handsfree viewing and typing.

    In addition, built-in rechargeable battery offers up to 10 hours of continuous input, and it works as power bank to charge your smartphone.


    The crowdfunding campaign for iKeybo is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge $79 to own the laser protection keyboard with a piano set. It will be shipped in May 2017.



    Orginial articial: iKeybo Projection Keyboard with Multiple Layouts and Built-in Power Bank

    Also feature at appmarsh 

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  • Let's talk about technology #1




    • Laser projection technology is invented in Taiwan by Serafim  
    • Projection keyboards firstly achieved mass production in the world
    • Greatly improved projection technology is adopted to newly made products

    Taiwanese invented the laser projection technology on their own rather than Israelian. Although our customers think the laser projection technology was invented by Israelian, we will still patiently explain that this technology is actually invented in Taiwan.


    See how this technology applied to work and daily life:

    More technical information? Check the specifications of VK200 here.

    About a decade ago, Israelian integrates a camera, and infrared (IR) to build the laser projection technology. They made the world's first laser projection keyboard with this technology. Nevertheless, this keyboard is a prototype, which means that it's still in early development. Mass production is not in the plan. Recently, thanks to the growing of smart phone and Tablet PC, the demand of laser projection keyboard has rocketing up. Korean had considered this laser device would be popular, so they decided to put it on shelves; however, there are some disadvantages as follows:

    1. High latency on typing (Types a word, but it doesn't appear on screen immediately)
    2. Misinterpretation on typing is troublesome. (e.g. typed "A", but it shows other word instead)
    3. Battery drains too fast while using
    4. The size of layout is smaller than a regular keyboard
    5. The size is unfit for a phone dock

    We have continuously keeping conducting researches on solution for the above issues since Serafim Technologies Inc. was established. We are Serafim Technologies Inc. team in Taiwan. Contribute towards developing brand new technology. For resolving those drawbacks we have talked about previously, our tasks are combining these key technologies below:

    1. IR Detection Technology (meaning: an IR Sensor which is used as Obstacle detector is to transmit an IR signal.)
    2. IR Projection Technology (a technology to project diffractive (=the bending of light waves around obstacles in their path) optical element.)
    3. CMOS Image Sensor (Basically, this sensor can track fingers position and movement. In technical description, it is capable of making a real-time determination of the location from where the light was reflected.)
    4. HW & SW Integration (Arranges how communication is done between hardware & software)

    Despite a regular camera spends so much time on detecting fingers movement, this detection technology has still protected by existing patent already. Therefore, we altered our research plan. We set our algorithm (a method to solve math problem) to a Diode Array Detector to compute the position of objects with coordinate axis system (a 2D space). The advantages of adopting this technology are as follows:

    1. 2 times faster on keystroke detection than a regular camera
    2. Saves up to 50% of energy consumption
    3. Serafim Inc. truly owns the patent of technology.

    Honestly, that is not an easy job to develop a key technology in Taiwan, which is due to limited resources we only have. It is necessary to being a work-horse to push things to be done. Never say never! New technologies and products, which are innovated in Taiwan, can be glory and stand out in the whole world, definitely!

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  • This Magic Box Turns Any Surface Into A Virtual Keyboard Or Piano

    iKeybo is a virtual projection keyboard and piano that activates on any flat surface, and could be used on any device with Bluetooth connectivity or USB.

    Author: Desiree Higareda (Nov 29, 2016)
    Article originated from SnapMunk

    It’s no secret that cell phones are used for way more than just talking, texting and browsing the Internet. Many people use smartphones for almost almost everything they wish to accomplish with their desktop or laptop. That being the case, having a sizable keyboard can come in pretty handy–but not if you have to actually carry around a keyboard. The next best (or even better maybe) thing? A virtual keyboard that is also a virtual piano, all within one tiny box that shines some red light.

    Serafim’s iKeybo is a virtual projection keyboard and piano that activates on any flat surface, and can be used on any device with Bluetooth connectivity or USB. Once you press the ON button, the laser keyboard automatically appears. The device was also designed to serve as a cell phone holder, which transforms your smartphone into something of a computer monitor.

    The keyboard also has multilingual capabilities and can be used in four different languages (Arabic, Chinese, Spanish, English). iKeybo was designed with circular keys rather than the squared keys you usually see on most keyboards; the hope here is to make table typing (or whatever surface you choose) faster and more accurate.

    iKeybo can also be used as a portable charger to plug in your smart gadgets. On a full-charge, the battery can support ten hours of continuous use, and the device also comes equipped with energy-saving modes to help sustain to extent usage.

    Was there something else? Oh right. The piano. To activate the laser piano, users need to download iKeybo’s music app – once you tap the app, the virtual studio functions will appear. It starts as a regular keyboard (which you can double and triple up for additional octaves) but using the configuration options in the app, you also have access to over four other instruments (e.g., drum machine).

    Companies such as Celluon have created products similar to iKeybo, but with slightly different features. Celluon’s Epic device also offers a laser keyboard and is smaller than iKeybo, but does not work as a cell phone holder so user still need to find ways to balance and view their device while operating the keyboard. Also, the device does not include a virtual piano.

    Another alternate product is Tap Strap, a plastic wearable that is placed on your fingers (sort of like brass knuckles) and by tapping your fingers on any surface–even your head or bike handles–you are able to type out messages. The tough part though, is that there is no virtual keyboard to look at, and technically only five fingers to use, so the user needs to learn how to type specifically with Tap Strap in order to access all the available keys of a standard keyboard. That might seem like too much work for a lot of people.

    And again, it doesn’t let you play Moonlight Sonata at Starbucks.

    iKeybo only weighs 2.5 oz. and its dimensions are a modest 2.09 x 3.11 x 1.67. Its Kickstarter campaign has almost two months remaining and has just cracked the $40K mark from over 400 backers (the goal is $50K, so they’re on pace). Pricing for the device starts at $89 and units are planned to ship in May 2017.

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  • 工作娱乐两不误:可以秒变钢琴的iKeybo激光键盘

    原始文章 Poppur 











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