A societal change in the way we transport ourselves to and from places. Rather than a huge 2 ton monster, this is the size of a motorbike, fits one person lying down, and has no windows. It’s essentially a super up electric skateboard with incredibly low drag and safety profile – it immediately fills with foam on impact and cracks like an egg so the person oozes out. There is two forms: One you drive like you would drive mario kart (i.e. a screen and a controller), and one that drives itself. The idea is simple: Less materials, not even windows. It’s essentially a shell with a bunch of sockets for sensors, a layer of electronics, and then an inner clear shell that the user is in. Smaller battery because it’s 1/4 of the weight of an electric car.
It’s smaller parking. Can fit in gaps in the traffic, and essentially “goes like a bullet”.
Revolutionises personal individual transport.
This is an app on your phone that records all your farts and gives you a humorous “your week in rear-view” of the best farts you’ve done this week. You can connect to your friends and share, upvote etc.
Also allows you to track your gassiness and start making inroads if you want to reduce stinkiness.
Thinking about breathing under water, it turns out that fish pull oxygen from the water to and put it into their swim bladder. So you could, in theory, tap into the fish biology to pull oxygen directly from the water.
Thinking on why we can’t breath under water, electrolysis produces hydrogen and oxygen. Surely with enough power we could simply live under water and pull oxygen from the water using electrolysis, and then sell green hydrogen (assuming we have a power source down there that is renewable).
The idea is that you sell a little shoe box sized factory that can _make_ shoes. It’s got the articulated arms and eyes to be able to take apart one of the forever shoes, and put it backtogether either fixed, a different size (for growing kids) or whatever. The idea is that instead of buying lots of different shoes over your lifetime, you can buy this one thing and recycle your shoes by putting it in and saying “repair these” or “grow one size” or “change colour scheme”.
As an extension to the previous post, I wonder what it would take to remove a mole. Yes you can cut it out. But if you had something that could inject the right compound at the right time of day each day, could you actually change the skin cells? Could we make a robotic patch? It finds its way to that spot, puts its claws in, and slowly does the necessary thing until the skin has healed.
The idea here is that you could have a little robot crawling around your skin getting high precision photos of your moles. Or doing anything else really. But the problem is that it would give people “the ick”. So instead, you have it go around buffing peoples skin, scratching and soothing and rubbing and also doing the heavy medical work.
This is a pretty simple site. You know the jeans you want, but they come with stupid fake pockets. You don’t know why womens clothing doesn’t come with pockets, but you wish it did. Enter this site: You order your favorite jeans in your size, but instead of being shipped direct to you, it comes from us, where we’ve made a small modification: Pockets. You pay an extra $25, but it’s totally worth it.
The idea here is that there is someone else out there with the exact same body shape, hair and eyes as you. So this is a cross between a social media site and a shopping mall. You see people wearing particular clothes, and you know that it’ll fit you & look similar because the model/person is exactly the same size & shape as you.
Similar to my hair bot idea, this uses a robot to do an intricate temporary tattoo by drawing it directly on a persons skin. You strap it to your arm, it draws this amazing art, you wake up in the morning with a cool tatt that you wear all day and then it washes off at night.