Check out these Canadian crowdfunding picks-of-the-week:
If you’ve ever felt your fashion possibilities are limited by your watch, this crowdfunding campaign has a solution for you. With two face designs and five easy on and off band styles, there are a total of 10 possible combinations to choose from. Get a multitude of timepieces for the price of one.
A small battery-operated device, the pd.id can be immersed in any liquid to search for drugs. It’s meant to be used in settings where the user suspects their drink has been tampered with. In some cases, the device can even identify what the drug is specifically. At only 8 cm in length and 6 mm thin, it is discreet and easy to carry.
Two amazing technologies unite! Use a 3D printer to make a hydroponic system to grow fresh organic food in your own home. The design and community are free, you just have to pay for the materials needed to print the equipment. Help 3Dprintler Labs create their online community.
London-based company, Ideas Un Limited is trying to change our reliance on two-dimensional interfaces to make three-dimensional designs. Their product, called Motus, is meant to speed up design processes by adding the dimension above your mouse pad. It aims to provide more intuitiveness to your 3D design workflow – and it looks pretty sleek too.