Go-karts, toy robots, laser tag and more, here’s a rundown of the most-watched hardware startup videos in 2016:
The 3Doodler Start is a kid-friendly version of the 3D printing pen with no hot points and a new eco-plastic material that makes building creations safe and fun.
Virtuix looks to solve the issue of locomotion in VR with a treadmill-like gamepad lets users walk around while staying in one place.
A build-your-own drone kit for kids, Flybrix is lightweight, “crash-friendly”, and retails for roughly a hundred and fifty bucks.
Father.io is a cross platform augmented reality first-person shooter that allows you to use your smartphone as your weapon.
Hover is a small, lightweight camera drone that you can toss in the air and it follows you.
These all-electric street carts aimed at older kids combine fun with safety features like adjustable speed, geofencing, and collision avoidance.
Think Keurig for smoothies. Just pop in a pre-made smoothie pod, enjoy, and the device will take care of the cleaning itself.
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