Here is a collection of tech gadgets that are incredibly cool of extremely weird. We’ll let you be the judge of that:

Kissenger Long distance relationships are hard! And even though social networks and internet have made it possible to maintain in touch; hugging and kissing our significant other is still one aspect that makes being apart suck. That’s why, the Adrian David Cheok’s Imagineering Lab, has invented Kissenger, a device connected to your smartphone that simulates a kiss using pressure sensors and actuators, while users are video chatting through an iOS application, making being far from your other half a little easier.


Neose This mobile device can detect up to 350 different smells in around 15 seconds, through a technology that replicates the work of a human nose using biochemical sensors, and a database of odors. The possibilities of application of this device are infinite, from better control and monitoring of pollution in cities, quality control in the food industry, integration in smart fridges and even medical diagnosis.  Even though today it is an independent device, we can already see a future where our Smartphone smells things for us.

Square off Chess has been around for 1,500 years, but there has hardly been any improvement to the game, until now! Square off is a new take of the classic game, using Wi-Fi, magnets and artificial intelligence, this chess board can play and move pieces on its own, so you can play without the need of an opponent. The best part of “Square off” is that you can play against people from all over the world connected through an app that translates the moves on their smartphones to real life on your board.

Proof Happy Hour, Weekends, Parties, Breakups… It seems there are countless of reasons to have a drink daily, but sometimes it can get out of hand. That`s why, Milo Sensors has created a wearable device that allows users to measure their alcohol consumption. “Proof” is a bracelet with a “Fitbit” vibe that will tell you when you’ve had too much to drink. You can monitor your drinking, stablish alarms when you reach your limit and even inform yourself about how much alcohol can you drink without getting a hangover.

Flosstime Not a fan of flossing? This new device will make it an easy and fun habit! It’s a smart floss dispenser that can easily be install in the bathroom and hands out the right length of floss when pressed. It also reminds you to floss if you haven’t done so in the last 22 hours. And what’s best, Flosstime congratulates you when you floss, motivating you to continue with your dental hygiene routine.