Click, roll, toe tap and spin? Do you fidget all the time and drive friends, family and co-workers crazy? Many people have a hard time focusing and paying attention, so they fidget. The Fidget Cube was made just for you. It’s a premium desk toy, equally at home in the boardroom and the classroom. Modeled after ancient worry stones, the Fidget Cube has six sides that each feature a unique way to fidget. The actions fidgeters will like: click, glide, flip, breathe, roll and spin. Use Fidget Cube in the way that suits your fidgeting habits. Since fidgeting has actually been shown to be good for people, the Fidget Cube allows you a discreet way to fidget.
Perfect for the Musciophile
If you love music and would like to augment it, try MOOD, the music enhancing glasses. This wearable accessory has six different lenses that create endless optical effects. The designer of MOOD, Bence Agoston, has created a product that shows design and music are able partners. The glasses, when paired with music, create a sort of psychedelic effect. How? The lenses have a 3D printed frame, while the lenses route around a center point. The patterns are endless and can overlap each other creating a completely new random vision each time. The MOOD music enhancing glasses create a vivid effect that is best experienced for yourself!
Voice Controlled Video Recording is Here
The Garmin Virb Ultra 30 is an action camera in its own league. This incredibly rugged, waterproof camera is ready for any adventure you can think of. Attach it to your helmet, a car, a drone – the possibilities are endless. Users will find it small and lightweight, but that doesn’t mean it’s lacking. It can capture rich ultra HD video as easily as it captures crisp still shots. Coupled with voice commands, a superior mic, anti-glare lens, intuitive LCD color touchscreen, one-touch live streaming and multiple sensors, this camera stacks up as the best of the best. You’ll also find that its hardcore stabilization features mean you’ll maintain a great shot regardless of the terrain.