myWebRoom Top 10: Life-changing Tech Gadgets You Didn’t Know You Needed

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Awesome gadgets you didn't know you needed in your life.

It looks like our Roommates freaked out over all of the cool things happening in the Tech World! Here is a list of the top ten saved and shared tech articles!

Found in: Games

1. Self-Rolling Dice Are One Less Physical Burden In Your Life: At last! You won’t have to shake and rattle a set of dice again! The Boogie Dice Kickstarter introduces the world’s first self-rolling pair of die. These sound-activated dice react to clapping, snapping, or pounding your fist on a table.

A pair of self-rolling dice

Image via: Kickstarter

 

2. This high-tech plush toy will be your child’s new BFF: Make way for the new generation of imaginary friends! The Fisher Price Smart Toys usher in a new age of electronic gadgets for children. This adorable toy talks and interacts with children, comes up with fun ways to do chores and activities, learns with your child, and comes in the form of a bear, a monkey, or a panda!

 

3. Samsung to introduce a consumer version of Oculus VR headset for $99 later this fall: Looks like virtual reality is coming into your living room soon! Samsung has just announced that they are wrapping up work on a personal headset. With a price tag under $100, this looks like it’ll be a good investment for hardcore gamers!

Samsung virtual reality goggles

 

Found in: Tech News

4. Age simulations suits are teaching medical students empathy: Anyone would wonder why a medical student would need to wear an old age simulation suit. But this gadget is designed to give future nurses and doctors an idea of what their elderly patients endure, making them more sympathetic and understanding towards their older patients.

Old age simulation suit makes medical students sympathetic to elderly patients

Image via: The Guardian

 

5. Realistic cockroach robot developed by Russian university | Science! | Geek.com: Search and rescue just took on a new look. Students from a university in Kaliningrad, Russia have designed a robot the size and shape of a cockroach that is designed to clamber over wreckage sites and into hard-to-reach spaces to search for victims of accidents!

A cockroach robot is going to change search and rescue attempts

Image via: Geek

 

6. GoPro’s new Hero+ action camera brings Full HD 60fps capture and Wi-Fi for $200: Get ready for your action shots to blow people away! GoPro has just announced their brand new Hero+ camera  with full HD video capabilities. It’s the latest technology in outdoor cameras.  

 

Found in: Style and Beauty

7. ‘LG Styler’ Makes Debut During NY Fashion Week, Revolutionizing Clothing Care With Power Of Steam: You’ll never have to worry about accidently washing and wrecking your favorite dry-clean only shirt or your growing heap of laundry. LG just release a new closet with built in dry cleaning and steaming capabilities. You’ll never have to wash or iron again! *Note – please do your laundry.

The LG Styler is a closet with a built in steamer and dry cleaning mode

Image via: PR Newswire

 

Found in: Food

8. This Kitchen Gadget Locks Your Cookies Away So You Can’t Eat The Whole Box In One Sitting: Have you ever found yourself sitting on the couch and snacking on a package of cookies until there is nothing left? You can now lock away all of your favorite treats in The Kitchen Safe – it has a built-in timer that is impossible to override. You can even lock away your games, controllers, or phone if you’re on a tech detox!

The Kitchen Safe locks up all of your snacks to a preset timer

Image via: The Kitchen Safe

 

Found in: Music

9. Chromecast Audio enables wireless music streaming for your old-school speakers: Let’s flashback to the 80’s with Chromecast Audio. Unlike it’s predecessor, the new Chromecast connects to old-school speakers and supports RCA and optical audio outputs. It looks like technology trends are going retro as they leap into the future!

Chromcast Audio now connects to your old-fashioned speakers

Image via: Google

 

Found in: Travel

10. Do you get car sick? Just strap some electrons to your head!: Who’s ever felt the dreaded wave a nausea during a lengthy car ride? Students in London, England have discovered that a mild electric current is enough to deter or even prevent motion sickness! The giant prototype is still a work in progress, but we can’t wait for a personal version!

Mild electric shocks could prevent motion sickness common in car sickness

Image via: Neuroscience News

 

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Self-Rolling Dice Are One Less Physical Burden In Your Life

This high-tech plush toy will be your child’s new BFF

Samsung to introduce a consumer version of Oculus VR headset for $99 later this fall

Age simulations suits are teaching medical students empathy

Realistic cockroach robot developed by Russian university | Science! | Geek.com

GoPro’s new Hero+ action camera brings Full HD 60fps capture and Wi-Fi for $200

‘LG Styler’ Makes Debut During NY Fashion Week, Revolutionizing Clothing Care With Power Of Steam

This Kitchen Gadget Locks Your Cookies Away So You Can’t Eat The Whole Box In One Sitting

Chromecast Audio enables wireless music streaming for your old-school speakers

Do you get car sick? Just strap some electrons to your head!

 

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