June 2011′s hottest gadgets
Sprinklers that read your lawn’s mind, 3-D phones, speakers that adjust the sound for your location and more…
Daymak’s electric bike does away with external cables. Controls at the handlebars communicate with the bike’s electric throttle and regenerative brakes via radio signals.
Transform an iPhone or iPod Touch into a 3-D View-Master. Hasbro’s goggles work with a suite of free apps to place you on a tourable pier in L.A. or deep inside a shark tank. A wall in the goggles makes sure each eye sees only the image meant for it.
Hear Me Now
Click a button on the remote from your couch, and Aperion’s home-theater system determines the distance between you and each speaker to within an inch. It then adjusts every speaker’s volume and timing for your exact spot.