If you want to eat at a conveyor belt sushi (回転寿司 or "kaiten zushi") restaurant, kids in Japan need to have their parents take them. Soon, they'll be able get aboard the sushi train at home. This is "Super Seizing At Home Conveyor Sushi," a toy that will be out this spring in Japan. It's basically a plastic train set with coaches with plates on them. There is track so you can make a circle and then have your own rotating sushi restaurant in the comfort of your home. Cool!
Australia's Forcite Alpine Ski helmet lets the user shoot video, talk on the phone and alert the authorities if they crash – hopefully not because they were distracted by talking on the phone. It is equipped with a camera, communication system and Bluetooth connectivity. There is a camera (the camera on the Video Head helmet). It captures POV footage via a 160-degree lens at a maximum resolution of 1080p/120fps, smoothing out the bumps with an image stabilization system. Two OLED fog lights one on either side of the lens for filming in low light conditions. Both the lights and video recording are activated using button controls built into one of the side flaps. Both lights and camera can be controlled using buttons Integrated into the side flaps of the helmet which also includes a Bluetooth module. Looks Cool.