The MeCam is a personal autonomous micro unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that would automatically follow you while avoiding obstacles, and that could shoot and stream video of you using an onboard camera. It features an ARM Cortex-A9 processor, 1 GB of built-in RAM, an SD card slot, a camera, and is Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled. With these hardware specs, the bot would then be able to take videos of you as you move around, going higher or lower at your command, and streaming video to a paired iOS or Android mobile device. So in all, it’s not a creepy device that you’re neighbors need to fear at all.
The soft-touch Musubo case for iPhone 4 & 4S looks a bit reptilian. Especially in the green colors. If you’re not down with the lizard look, there are 5 other shades to choose from.
When prying open beers with the corner edge of your iPhone you risk cracking the glass. But not any more. The Intoxicase is a polycarbonate case for your iPhone 4/4s with a built-in onboard bottle opener. The upgraded Intoxicase Plus offers a slick fold-out opener and both come with a dedicated App that tracks your beer data, like the number of bottles opened, quantity consumed, hell, it’ll even call you a cab.
Do you frequently find yourself watching the videos you’ve recorded on your iPhone and wishing you had better, higher quality sound to suck you back into the moment? Do you mind a mildly-obtrusive boom mic sticking out from your iPhone when you record your “home movies?” The iPhone Boom Mic is probably as close as you’re going to get to professional quality sound on a mobile device unless you drop some serious coin. For $40, this boom mic (which just slips right into your headphone jack) will improve the quality of your videos with either directional, or super-directional, recording. It isn’t heavy. It doesn’t require a second person to hold. It costs less than a night out at the bar. Most importantly, it actually works. Pick one up and find out if you really do have some *insert Inception noise here* Spielberg in you.