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Crazy gadget forces your kids to smile

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on February 6th, 2011

This seems more like something Batman’s Joker would use on unsuspecting Gotham residents, but it was actually created by a Japanese inventor. It’s called the Electro Smile. The device hooks onto your child’s face, then constantly sends electricity to your child’s cheeks, triggering the muscles to make them smile.

Creepy huh? It has an adjustable current, so even the most stubborn kid can be made to smile. This is definitely the work of a Batman villain. Why the long face son? Zap! he he he ha ha ha.

Climbing UP Suitcase eases your burden

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2008

Climbing UP Suitcase eases your burdenThough it’s just a concept for the moment, the Climbing UP suitcase designed by Woo Moonhyung makes dragging your suitcase around much easier. Especially on uneven surfaces or up stairs. Most suitcases use just a single set of wheels on the bottom, but not the Climbing UP suitcase. Instead, it has rubber belt tracks like a tank, along the length of it’s body.

It makes it much easier to pull your suitcase up stairs, and with the track along it’s entire length, it’s easier to handle from either side. It’s not motorized, but the design doesn’t add much weight. It just adds that extra little nudge to help you get a bit of a break.

Eyeglasses that are instantly adjustable

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2008

Eyeglasses that are instantly adjustableBritish Inventor Josh Silver has somehow escaped Wii injury in the UK and developed a pair of eyeglasses that are instantly adjustable, thanks to a liquid-filled sac in the middle. You just add more fluid to make the glasses stronger, drain them to weaken them. This could well make prescription lenses a thing of the past. They rely on the principle that the fatter a lens is, the more powerful it is, so by adding or losing fluid, the glasses can be instantly tailored to the right strength.

They’re also simple enough to adjust that anyone can do it. The only complaint so far is that they’re, well, huge. Josh is planning a trial in India that will distribute over 1 million pairs, at a cost of $1 per pair by 2020, otherwise known as the year of Coke bottle glasses.

Resealable Can: No more flat sodas

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 21st, 2008

Resealable Can: No more flat sodas
You have to drink soda pretty fast so it doesn’t go flat, right? Not anymore. Not everyone can finish the can. It’s either drink the flat beverage or be wasteful. Ukranian inventor Johan De Broyer is a man with a love of carbonated beverages and a dream. He has come up with a neat way to re-seal cans.

His idea opens up new possibilities in advertising too. You pop the top as usual, then when you want to re-seal it, just turn the pop top tab and it completely closes up the can. That wouldn’t mean squat if it were just an enclosure, but Johan claims his invention can create a completely gas-tight and liquid-tight seal. Advertisers should love the fact that they can take advantage of the resealed top.

A moped that runs on fresh air

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on April 16th, 2008

A moped that runs on fresh air
A former sheepherder and current rocket scientist/inventor Jem Stansfield, took a couple of air canisters that are typically used by firefighters for their breathing gear, and strapped them on a moped. The result is an air-powered bike that spits out cleaner exhaust then the air that it initially takes in.

Both compressed air cylinders drive a pair of rotary air engines that propel the bike to a top speed of 18mph. It will only go about 7 miles until more air is required. Lucky for him, he has a local dive shop where he can fill up and he’s good to go. It’s people like this that tick off the oil companies, which I find awesome.