Amazon’s Launchpad initiative, which brings shoppers a range of innovative and cutting-edge products, has launched a co-branded physical showcase in partnership with London’s Science Museum.
Highlights include a cycle helmet which can fold flat for more easy transportation (when not being worn!), a kit of illuminated panels which let you to visualise music via an iPhone or iPad’s Home app, a portable air quality sensor helps you understand what’s in the air you breathe and a robot kit that supports the learning of coding skills:
Air Quality Sensor – Currently priced at £159
The portable Air Quality Sensor helps you understand what’s in the air you breathe – with the help of your smartphones GPS you can map the air wherever you go and receive a minute by mintue breakdown of your daily exposure.
Robobloq 6 in 1 Robot Kit – Currently priced at £130.56
Robobloq is a high-tech pioneer in STEM products development, dedicated to providing up-to-date educational robotics. Robobloq combines sturdy aluminium mechanisms, intelligent electronic modules and easy-to-use software that empowers you to develop hands-on abilities, coding skills and to bring innovative ideas to life.
Nanoleaf Rhythm Music Syncing Smarter Kit – Currently priced at £188.47
Nanoleaf Rhythm Music Syncing Smarter Kit beautifully blends lighting design and technology, and gives you easy control from the Home app on your iPhone or iPad. Now you can visualise your music, wake up to the sunrise and improve your mood with stunning colours – all at the touch of a button or with Siri voice control.
Morpher Flat-folding Helmet – Currently priced at £109.99
This convenient Morpher Flat-folding Helmet folds down and securely closes with magnets to easily fit into your bag – far more stylish than carrying your helmet around with you.
More info on all products can be found at Amazon.co.uk/launchpad