Consumer Tech Inventions This $3,000 completely wireless TV vacuum seals to your wall Home entertainment startup Displace has unveiled a completely wireless TV that vacuum seals to walls and is controlled by hand gestures. Accessibility Sony announces new adaptive PlayStation controller Sony has announced a new, “out of the box” adaptive PlayStation controller, dubbed Project Leonardo. Big Tech Apple Music is using AI to make karaoke tracks Apple Music Sing uses AI to turn popular songs into sing-alongs. What smart toilet seats reveal about digital health’s evolution Digital health is attracting record levels of investment in products such as smart toilet seats, which can help millions get access to care. This luxury solar electric car could go 7 months without rechargingDutch startup Lightyear expects to begin delivering a $254,000 solar electric car to customers in November 2022. Nimo smart glasses are like a PC for your eyesIndia-based startup Nimo Planet is now accepting reservations for its Nino smart glasses, which let wearers view six virtual screens. Delivery drones are now dropping off packages for WalmartWalmart is now using Zipline delivery drones to get products to customers in Arkansas, previewing the future of on-demand delivery. Nike is betting you'll want to wear Air Jordans in the metaverseNike is laying the groundwork to begin selling digital goods in the metaverse, joining what could soon be a multibillion dollar economy. Magic Leap is back with a new AR headsetAugmented reality startup Magic Leap plans to release a new AR headset in 2022 using a recently raised $500 million in funding. This DIY laptop is challenging tech giants like Apple & Microsoft6:01Disposable tech is part of big tech’s business model. This engineer is fighting back by creating a DIY laptop anyone can repair on their own. Scientists make sustainable coffee from lab-grown cellsFinnish researchers are making sustainable coffee in the lab to combat the negative environmental effects of coffee production. Cultured meat is now being mass-produced In IsraelIsraeli startup Future Meat Technologies’ industrial-scale cultured meat production facility is designed to get lab-grown meat onto consumers’ plates ASAP. Startup turns sawdust “ink” into 3D printed woodMassachusetts startup Forust can make 3D printed wood with a natural-looking grain out of two wood waste products: sawdust and lignin.