Too many bad late-night cups of coffee brought engineers from Apple and NASA together to create a high-tech solution. This coffeemaker, about the size of a desktop computer, measures the water’s heat to maintain the optimal brewing temperature for different types of beans. It has a built-in camera to scan QR codes on bags from high-end roasters that the company is working with; it is also Wi-Fi enabled so users can download recipes and monitor the machine remotely. Wooden side panels are available in mahogany, walnut, sapele, teak or zebrawood, as well as in custom materials. blossomcoffee.com.