Cool Trends

Plume Labs- Pollution monitoring pigeons

Just hang it on your backpack and track pollution around you. Call it a Fitbit tracker if you like but it is all about tracking air pollution as it detects particulate matter (PM 2.5), Nitrogen Dioxide’s, Ozone, Volatile organic compounds along with temperature and humidity. This is specially designed for people living in polluted cities.

Battle (ready) drones

A good way for pumping adrenaline is this brilliant battle drone set that comes with two amazing 2.4GHz “battling drones” capable of doing 360° flips. “A cool and awesome way to avoid all the incoming actions from your competitor.” Just when you thought you got enough of excitement try throwing the drone into air and the inbuilt 6 axis gyroscope stabilises and the battle rages on and you too are ready to roar.

Polaroid Pop

The Polaroid Pop is ideal for capturing favourite moments in the 3.5×4.25” Polaroid border format. It came just in time as the company began celebrating its 80th anniversary. The revolutionary camera Polaroid Pop prints the iconic Polaroid size and has a LCD screen on its rear helping one to have a closer look at the shot about to be taken and before the print develops. Three cheers! So cute!

Motiv Fitness Tracking Ring

Want to know how your body behaves at different hours of the day? You can track your overall health without sacrificing style or comfort with Motiv Fitness Tracking Ring which encased in titanium is so subtle that no one knows you’re wearing a fitness tracker and your health under constant observation. It comes with optical heart rate sensors, fitness tracker, sleep tracker and is about the size of a wedding ring. What is more it has 3-5 days battery life. How cool is that!

Pebble glowing voice assistant

It’s not just a cool-looking voice assistant like the Amazon Echo and countless others. The Pebble’s twist Melody, your guide, can recognize voices and change its activities based on the individual who’s talking. You can train Melody to do different things when you greet it. So simply by saying “Melody, hello,” it’ll set the thermostat, turn on the lights, and follow any other present commands you’ve specified.

Cujo, defender of networks

At least this one’s cute and relatively inexpensive.
This is a compact device that you can plug into your home network via a network cable. It automatically breaks down your local and internet traffic, and sends statistics of that data to the cloud for further analysis. If a threat or suspicious activity detected, Cujo will block it and inform users via a mobile app.