At any given moment, there will be countless different crowdfunding campaigns on the Web. Check out Kickstarter or Indiegogo and you\'ll find that there\'s no shortage of weird, useless and downright stupid projects-and some real gems. We have completed Pebble clones and janky iPhones to collect the most unusual, ambitious and exciting new crowdfunding projects of the week. That is to say, please keep in mind that any crowdfunding project Even the most kind May fail, so do good homework before checking your dream gadget. Colorspike — A few years ago, a little New York- A startup called BitBanger Labs has released a gadget called PixelStick: a programmable LED track designed to take light painting photography to a new level. It was a huge shock for the crowdfunding community and soon raised $620,000 from more than 2,000 supporters. It\'s been almost four years since the project was launched on Kickstarter, and now the creators are back, launching another device for photographers and videographers. In terms of operation, the color spikes are much like PixelStick, but the purpose is completely different. Like PixelStick, ColorSpike is essentially just a row of programmable LEDs. However, the difference is that ColorSpike\'s lights are more powerful and customizable, as they are designed to illuminate the scene with splash colors when the video is filmed. The idea is that filmmakers can change colors instead of swapping movies and gels on the lights they set ( Or brightness or pattern) Peak color through the included smartphone app. This is for you if you are an independent filmmaker. Treepod — Do you know the tents hanging by companies like tents and Treez? Not only did they provide a super While you are outdoors, you can sleep on a comfortable platform, but you can also see the scenery around you. The only downside is that they are a bit cumbersome to transport and they are a lot more Belt installation is much harder than building a normal ground tent. Wouldn\'t it be nice if you could enjoy all the benefits of hanging shelters without all the extra effort and setup they usually need? Enter treepd. This is a hanging tent that is not only durable, easy to transport, but also very easy to build. The key here is that the Treepod is only hung by one line, not by multiple tension bands as you can see on most other suspension shelters. In addition to this, the Treepod tent will also break down and be packaged reasonably- Size packaging for easy transportation. That means you don\'t need six. The crew and a bunch of mules were just to drag it into the woods. You can easily throw it on your shoulders and venture on your own. Firefly —fire- The starting parts of the Swiss army knife are difficult to improve the outdoor products that are honored as Swiss Army knives. After all, this iconic multi-functional tool has been around for over 120 years and has gained legendary status thanks to its simple and practical design. But a new product called Firefly, recently launched on Kickstarter, offers a handy new feature that is not possible: it greatly improves your Swiss Army knife. How? By the ability to fire it! It is a spark tool that is perfect for your existing knife, so you will always be handy when you need it. Made of custom spark material developed by Tortoise Gear, the Firefly is essentially a snu Stone/steel rod that can be snubbed in the toothpick slot of the Swiss Army knife. Unfortunately, this means you have to throw away so many fragile plastic toothpicks you \'ve used in the country -- But we are willing to bet that if you have to choose between freezing to death or stuck an annoying piece of beef jerky between your molars teeth, you may choose the latter. Really, if you think about it, can\'t you use toothpicks as toothpicks? It\'s a miracle that coininox didn\'t think of it decades ago. Goliath CNC — The robot milling machine 3d printer may be the focus of attention, but in the past few years, CNC milling machines that cut extremely accurate materials have also made great progress. In the past, these devices could only be found in machine stores, but in the past decade or so, the technology has largely democratized. You can find a user now. Friendly desktop CNC milling machines for less than $1,000, but the size is still a major limiting factor. Unless you spend a lot of money, you really can\'t find a machine to process parts that are larger than 1 feet in any size, so you are quite limited in terms of creation. Goliath CNC is an attempt to change this. This beast can grind shapes up to 4 feet wide and 8 feet long- And it only cost over $1,400. The creator of the machine in Los Angeles Design it from scratch based on startup Springa, simple and affordable, so it\'s completely a re-imagining of the CNC milling machine concept. The Goliath CNC uses a multi-directional wheel and sensor Holder instead of the guide rail to accurately tell the robot where it is on the cutting surface. Also, since it\'s really no bigger than fat Roomba, Goliath won\'t take up a lot of space in your garage like a traditional CNC machine. WT2 —real-time in- Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhiker\'s Guide to the Galaxy, introduced the world to Babel fish: a \"small, yellow, leech- Like \"creatures living in the owner\'s ears\", \"feed by brainwave Energy, which is not received from its own carrier, but from the carrier around it. It absorbs all unconscious mental frequencies from this brainwave energy to nourish itself. It then secreted a telepathy matrix into the carrier\'s brain, which is formed by combining the conscious frequency of thinking with the neural signals received from the brain\'s speech center. \"Babel Fish allows users to understand anything anyone says to them, regardless of the language. Although Adams was a bit whimsical, When the book was published in 1979, the real world could soon be filled with devices similar to the functions of fictional creatures. Case in point? The WT2 in-ear translator. A promising natural hand The WT2 is designed to talk in two different languages through two headphone translations and one app. Just take the headphones out of their charging box, make one, and then give the other to your friends. Speak in your language and your interlocutor will hear it in their language. The earbuds will be automatically paired with the iOS app and will start listening to your communications. If you speak to an English speaking person in Spanish, your friends will hear your Spanish words in their native language after a short delay. When your friend replies in English, you will hear a reply in Spanish. Cool, right?