At any given moment there are approximately a zillion different crowdfunding campaigns happening on the Web. Take a stroll through Kickstarter or Indiegogo and you’ll find there’s no shortage of weird, useless, and downright stupid projects out there – alongside some real gems. We’ve cut through the Pebble clones and janky iPhone cases to round up the most unusual, ambitious, and exciting projects out there this week. Keep in mind that any crowdfunded project — even the best intentioned — can fail, so do your homework before cutting a check for the gadget of your dreams.PocketLab — Simple, low-cost multisensorUsing the accompanying cloud software, you can easily analyze all the data you collect, create graphs, and integrate your data with other software. It’s everything you need to get out there and start gathering information about the world around you.Wonder Cube — Eight-in-one keychain toolIt even functions as both a memory stick thanks to a Micro USB card reader built into its USB plug. All this tightly packed into a compact (only one cubic inch) little cube that weighs just 30 grams. The project has already blasted past its original $50K funding goal, and is currently sitting pretty at well over 90K… Read full this story
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