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Inventions

Sounds of a Glass Armonica

Sounds of a Glass Armonica

Composer William Zeitler demonstrates a strange and wonderful musical instrument. The glass armonica was invented by Benjamin Franklin back in 1761, and is a spinning series of custom-blown wine glasses, each of which plays a different musical note based on its size.

Earthquake Safety Bed

Earthquake Safety Bed

Inventor Dahir Insaat devised this concept for a bed that’s designed to protect you in the event of an earthquake. When it detects a severe tremor, it drops its user into a heavy duty shelter, protecting its occupant from falling debris, and providing access to survival gear.

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The Baby Drone

The Baby Drone

“It’s like a Baby Björn, but with more sharp propellers!” Simone Giertz’s invention for bad parents is right up there with Useless Duck Company’s Baby Bottle Robot in terms of safety, but it sure would be more convenient than pushing a stroller.

The Infinitone

The Infinitone

Musician and inventor Subhraag Singh shows off his “saxophone of the future,” a unique wind instrument with computer-controlled valves which slide open and closed. It produces a nearly infinite variety of pitches, and can even be played hands-free.

GE Fallonventions

GE Fallonventions

A group of youngsters dropped by the The Tonight Show to demonstrate their inventions, each of which combine the sort of free thinking and whimsy that only kids could come up with. Jimmy Fallon’s products, on the other hand are a bit less practical.

The Colin Furze Door Bell System

The Colin Furze Door Bell System

Unless you’re a dog, there’s not too much to get excited about when it comes to door bells. But leave it to madman Colin Furze to figure out a way to build a door bell system bonkers enough to get his attention even when he’s working on one of his jet engine projects.

Inside the Mind of an Inventor

Inside the Mind of an Inventor

Having built a jet-powered bike, Wolverine’s claws, and the world’s fastest baby stroller, Colin Furze is one of the world’s foremost mad scientists. Get inside Colin’s head in this short documentary by Beazknees.

Steampunk Corkscrew

Steampunk Corkscrew

Rob Higgs knows how to open a bottle of wine like a boss. Using hundreds of bronzed metal springs, gears and other parts, he built this incredible machine to uncork and pour a bottle of wine.

The Original Pasta Fork

The Original Pasta Fork
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Is eating spaghetti too challenging for you? There’s an app for that! Actually, no. But there is an invention for that, and it’s so ridiculous that you’ll probably run out and order one now.

Kerry McLean’s Monocycle

Kerry McLean’s Monocycle

Interesting video of the Monocycle, a unique 225 hp gas powered monowheel from inventor Kerry McLean; the acceleration and braking is similar to an airplane’s takeoff and landing. (Thanks Rick!)

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