Why Don’t We Have These Awesome Inventions Yet?! (28 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       21 Aug 2017       6251       1 GALLERY VIEW

Heated mirror

Part of the mirror never mists up due to the heating.

Two-way toothpaste

This two-way tube invented by Dominic Wilcox will allow you to easily squeeze out the remaining toothpaste.

Buckleless belt

This belt doesn’t stick into your belly and is invisible under clothes.

Double-sided lamp

This lamp is a perfect solution if your bedroom has 2 beds and the owner of one of them likes to stay up late reading.

Multifunctional phone rest

Thanks to its construction, the Keizus Quadopod + Clamp can be adapted to serve any purpose.

Digital coin bank

With this coin bank, you will always know if you have enough money to buy what you want.

Folding sunglasses

Hilx Unfold glasses won’t take up much space in your bag and can be unfolded in a couple of seconds by simply shaking them.

Overlapping curtain tracks

The closed curtains overlap, so they won’t let a single sunray in.

Mini iron

This iron is ideal for traveling. Because of its compact size, it can easily fit even in hand luggage.

Portable light balls

You can easily take along one of the light balls of this night lamp by Boon if you need to get somewhere at night.

Mini Power charger

The main feature of this portable charger invented by designer Tsung Chih-Hsien is its miniature size. The device will fit even in the smallest bag.

Illuminated showerhead

No, this isn’t just for decoration: it’s a temperature indicator. Also, it is hydropowered and doesn’t require any batteries or chargers.

Smart bed

"Knows you. Senses you. Adjusts to you." This is the Sleep Number bed that reacts to body temperature, warms you, and can even wake you up in the morning.

Butterfly keyboard

Keyboardio is a modernized version of the keyboard we are so used to. Due to the unusual arrangement of the keys, it allows you to keep your hands in a natural position when typing.

Easy fruit slicer

This creative tomato slicer that looks like a hair comb will help you hold and slice any fruit quickly, safely, and easily.

The Third Thumb

The Third Thumb was designed by Royal College of Arts alumnus Dani Clode. This tool resembles a prosthesis, but its purpose is not to replace lacking limbs: on the contrary, it is intended to expand human abilities.

The Third Thumb is controlled by sensors built into your shoes. It makes playing the guitar, using various devices, and holding objects in your hand much easier.


Paqsule is a smart bag. You only need to press a button and it will clear its contents of germs and unpleasant odors by making use of ultraviolet light and ozone. This procedure takes 35 minutes. Paqsule is controllable with an iOS/Android app and has over 20 premium features.

Water Walker and Spa

In order to lose weight, some people use a treadmill, and some take up water aerobics. Water Walker and Spa is an invention that combines these 2 methods. You can even install it at home and run in the water to your heart’s content.

The facility has different modes and can also be used as a spa if desired.


Once you put the Amabrush toothbrush in your mouth, your teeth will be clean in just 10 seconds. It’s made up of a mouthpiece, a handpiece, and a toothpaste capsule. The brush vibrates to clear teeth of germs.

The bristles on the mouthpiece are aligned at a 45° angle, and its body is made of antibacterial silicone. Amabrush has an iOS and Android app to set different vibration modes and cleaning times. The cost of this gadget is about €90.

Anti-Theft Backpack

Anti-Theft Backpack is a stylish thief-proof backpack fitted with hidden zippers and secret pockets. It is made of extra-strong waterproof fabric that is hard to cut.

It also has a built-in USB charging port, a luggage strap, and illuminating safety strips.

Airing Micro-CPAP

Airing Micro-CPAP is a device designed to deal with sleep apnea (breathing suspension during sleep). Unlike similar devices, the Airing Micro-CPAP is small and compact.

It generates air pressure inside the inhalation vent so that the patient can breathe evenly and without stopping while sleeping.

It’s unclear yet how much the Micro-CPAP will cost: the project is still in development.


Polarseal is a lightweight, waterproof, and breathable sweater that’ll heat you up in 10 seconds — just hit the button. It is ideal for skiers, runners, and fans of cold weather walks. It’s available in both men’s and women’s versions.

MTG Dental Camera

MTG Dental Camera was created to diagnose the condition of teeth, saving us the trouble of going to the dentist over nothing. Just use it to take a picture of your teeth, and send it to your dentist through a special mobile app. Then he or she will decide if you need to make an appointment.

Story Levitating Timepiece

Story is the first levitating timepiece. Instead of hands, it only has an aluminum ball and a smooth wooden dial. This clock is unique because it can be set to show any time interval: 24 hours, a year, 5 years, or the time remaining until your project’s deadline.

If you get tired of too much originality, you can turn on the LED Matrix display that will show the time as if it were an ordinary clock.

Spray-on Fabric

Spray-on Fabric is a technology that enables you to spray a liquid mixture of plastic and cotton from a can. It solidifies, turning into clothes that can be worn, washed, and worn again.

The technology was patented by Spanish designer Manel Torres. Together with particle engineer Paul Luckham, he founded the company Fabrican Ltd. where they plan to develop sprayable bandages, sanitary napkins, and even upholstery.


Vitastiq is an innovative pen that, paired with a mobile application, can determine how many vitamins and minerals your body has. You need to run this pen over your hand, and all the data will appear on the screen of your smartphone or tablet. The creators warn that the device cannot replace a visit to the doctor, but it can help to adjust your diet and better monitor your health.


HAPIfork is a smart fork that can fix your eating habits and reduce your weight. When you’re eating too quickly, the fork vibrates and lights up.

The fork is easy to use. It can be washed under the faucet or in a dishwasher and is charged with a USB cable connected to a computer.

You can track your eating habits and add photos of your dishes through the HAPILABS app

The Color Rings

The wireless Color Rings is a device designed by Argentinean company BCK. It enables you to talk on the phone even more comfortably and naturally than before. Starting a conversation is as easy as pie: you only have to put these rings on your little finger and thumb, and bring them to your mouth and ear respectively. They function as a headset and a microphone.


Credits:  brightside.me

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