These crowd-funded projects from Kickstarter are bringing the brightest home tech ideas to life. Here's a peek at 7 buzz-worthy prototypes before The GolfHr Institute tests them out.
makes home-brewing your own craft cider (and even wine!) as simple as making a pot of joe.
, a trashcan and vacuum in one, is out to make the dustpan obsolete. Its technology is designed to suck up your sweepings — dog hair, crumbs, and all — right into the trash bag inside. It also sends an alert to your phone when it's time to take out the garbage, just in case the smell didn't give it away.
The creator of , a floating LED light that's powered wirelessly by induction, is out to make your home look like one giant magic trick.
There's no glass or picture in this frame, but place a feather or flower inside , and you'll see a visual illusion. Thanks to super high-speed strobe lights that our eyes can't register, the object appears to be moving in slow-mo. How's that for a party trick?
Rethinking the ol' kettle, which takes for-ev-er to boil water for just one cup of tea, the inventors of created a device that uses energy only for what you're heating up — yes, even soup when you've got a lot of hungry mouths to feed.
is a shower system designed to atomize water into millions of tiny droplets. The result, according to its creators, is an immersive spray with 10 times more surface area and as much as 70 percent less water use than a typical household shower head, so you can feel pretty good about your carbon footprint.
While getting ready with , a mirror its creators are calling the "first smart mirror," users can watch makeup tutorials on YouTube or the game on ESPN, get the weather, request an Uber, receive text messages, and of course, take a selfie.