Every day we use gadgets that didn’t exist 5 years ago, and it seems that it’s impossible for anything to surprise us. However, some inventions are so unusual that it seems they came directly from the future.
WeGoRo collected the most amazing gizmos that are about to change our lives completely.
Vocktail, created by scientists from Singapore, is a glass that can change the flavor and color of the drink inside it. This glass with a "virtual cocktail" is connected to a mobile app that allows you to control the settings for the liquid.
There are many cool things about Vue glasses: they can make calls, transmit music, and be a navigator, pedometer, and calorie counter. The main thing is that they have a "Find my glasses" function, so you won’t need to spend hours looking for your glasses. Vue glasses look like regular glasses (there’s also an option for sunglasses), they are controlled by touch, and they have a special case with wireless charging.
Amabrush brushes your teeth much more thoroughly than a regular brush, and it does its job in only 10 seconds. You just have to put it in your mouth and connect the device to your smartphone via Bluetooth.
Senstone can be attached to clothes or hung on one’s neck as a pendant. With just one click, the device starts transforming speech into text with 97% precision. It’s the dream of all students: now you don’t have to write down lecture notes! The pendant "understands" 12 languages.
Ruggie is for those who can’t wake up with a regular alarm clock. To deactivate the alarm, you have to step on it with both feet for 3 seconds. This is enough time for your brain to cope with the horror of awakening and starting a new day.
PancakeBot can bake a pancake in any shape, from a flower up to your favorite cartoon character. Kids can draw their future pancakes and then watch the device printing their breakfast. Here you can see a hypnotizing video about the device.
The LifeStraw filter removes 99.9% of bacteria and 96.2% of viruses. It was initially created for those in emergency conditions and for people living in developing countries without enough fresh clean water. However, this device became very popular among world travelers. You can use this device to drink water from a river or a lake. It can be useful when you are not sure of the quality of the water you are drinking.
A company named Braskem collaborated with American and Brazilian scientists to create a type of plastic that can change its color depending on рН levels. It can be used to produce packaging for perishable foods. Soon we will see for ourselves how fresh the milk in a supermarket really is.
Carloudy exchanges navigation information with your smartphone or any other Bluetooth device. The image is transmitted directly onto the windshield without distracting the driver. The device is controlled by voice commands, which allows a driver to keep their hands on the steering wheel.
Smart Parka is a dream for those who constantly lose their gloves because they are integrated into the "smart" coat along with a scarf and cap. The length of the coat can be altered, and there are numerous gadget pockets inside. There is also a geotag inside, which can be useful if the coat is lost or stolen. Of course, it’s very warm as it was specially created for cold Canadian winters.
This device that looks like a soda can is a projector and wireless loudspeaker. You can have your cinema wherever you want: on your bedroom ceiling or on a wall. Capsule’s battery runs for 2.5 hours in cinema mode and 40 hours in loudspeaker mode.
Fooxmet is a shirt made from a hydrophobic cotton material. It lets air through, but it repels any liquids — from water to ketchup. The main thing is you don’t need to iron it as it hardly ever gets wrinkled.
LocTote looks like a regular backpack, but it’s actually a soft vault for your stuff. It can’t be cut or set on fire. It can only be opened using a lock, and you can even leave it unattended. It’s a very useful thing for traveling that will disappoint all the pickpockets of the world.
Mu Tag is a little electronic tag that is attached to things you don’t want to lose: a bag, keys, a dog collar, a folder with documents, etc. In case of loss or theft, this little gizmo can help to trace the position via an app.
Fidget Cube was invented for those who like biting a pen or shredding paper while they think. It’s a little cube with a joystick, a combination lock, a spinning ball, and a soft-touch surface.
This invention came from Japan. The "Marriage-Hunting Bra" has a digital screen that shows how much time its owner has until her 30th birthday. There is also a holder for a ring, and the countdown stops when a ring is inserted. The bra also includes a holder for a seal and a pen — the inventor took good care of those who like to sign contracts and agreements before getting married.
EarScope is for clean freaks. It was invented to let you see inside your ears and clean them with ultimate precision. With bright LED lights, EarScope can also be used for peering inside dark and hard-to-reach places.
moodINQ was invented to revolutionize the world of tattoos. It is used with a special "canvas" that has to be implanted in your skin. Then you can upload a design to it. You can change the design or erase it whenever you want. Now you can even keep your grocery list on your arm!
This tiny gadget is made for those who like buying chips in huge bulky bags. It is called iTouchless, and it will help you keep all your snacks nice and crunchy by making an airtight seal in no time.
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