9 Awesome Innovations That Will Change Your Life In Small But Meaningful Ways
Invention may be languishing, but innovation is alive and well.
Batteries are one of the slowest decomposing objects out there. They sit in landfills for years, and when they finally do decompose, they're acid posions the atmosphere. Reduce your carbon footprint, do good by our planet, and save some money with a few of these nifty little guys.
Recharge your phone on the go, while enjoying a cold - or hot - beverage. While the device, which operates on kinetic temperature energy, isn't officially released yet, you can pre-order one on theirÂ Kickstarter page.
Not only is this sleek little innovation ergonomically ingenious, it eliminates the problem of bike racks being big obstructive eye sores.
Never lose your valuables again with "Tile's" compact GPS tag. Clip it to your keys, put one in your wallet or purse, heck, put one in your kid's pants pocket if you want to. Whatever you use it for, you'll always know where it is.
Chew on your pens a lot? Yeah, you probably get some flack for that, huh. Quiet the judgers with Oh Gizmo's candy pens. They're completely edible and made out of the same hard candy PEZ or candy necklaces are.
Recently, Beijing released a series of wonderful machines in their train stations that allows citizens to pay their fares by recycling plastic bottles and metal cans. Not only is it a huge environmental contribution, it's generous too! Now this is how you incentivize people to recycle.
A movie theater in Switzerland geniously installed TV's in their bathroom stalls so that patrons wouldn't miss any of their movies while doing their business. Why again is this not in every theater??
You won't have any trouble parking at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, because in their parking garages they have lights indicating whether or not a spot is open. Probably not the greatest necessity of all time, but it certainly helps people get to their terminals on time!
Never lose your shit trying to untangle your earbuds ever again. "The Sinch" lets you neatly wrap them around and keep them secure before putting your phone in your pocket, so you can live tangle-free.