From Home Automation Buttons to Inexpensive 3D-Printed Villas

By: Rebecca Byers - Sep 30, 2015
The top September 2015 tech trends put the spotlight on hyper-specific innovations in a wide-spanning industry.

In an interesting convergence of nostalgia and mobile technology, the VHS Camcorder by Rarevision app is like visual time machine for smartphone video. The $5 app instantly transforms footage into mid-90s VHS quality for a playful riff on the escalation of modern recording equipment.

Additionally, a Japanese artist created a supped up Roomba that is ready to take on the world of abstract art. The Roomba-based art tool is powered up with bottles of liquid paint, which is dispensed through tubing as the robotic vacuum moves around the canvas.

The top September 2015 tech trends point to the ever-valuable concept of nostalgia and its relation to the modern consumer.