Mitticool: Fridge for the poor The wall that will pee back on you The scribble pen 3 D printing pen Plant e The window socket Upsee harness
Mitticool is a refrigerator that runs without electricity. Mitticool costs around Rs 2,500. It took Mansukhbhai Prajapathi, a potter from Gujarat, four years to get the combination right, mixing and churning different types of clay in proper proportions.
His inspiration came from a tragedy that shook the entire nation: Earthquake in Gujarat in 2001.
Throwable panoramic ball camera
Throwable, 36-lens compound camera that automatically snaps 360-degree panoramas at the height of its toss. This camera comprises 36 cameras of 2 megapixel each and has a ball like shape. Once you throw this in the air, it will capture images from the highest point of its flight.
This invention took internet by huge uproar. Ultra Ever Dry is a superhydrophobic (water) and oleophobic (hydrocarbons) coating that will completely repel almost any liquid. So, save yourself from embarrassment.
The scribble is a revolutionary pen that can scan colours from any object and instantly reproduce it on paper or a digital screen. Just hold the pen’s scanner on anything and its memory will store the colour.
Load carrier for labour
This amazing discovery by Vikram Panchal is worth applauding. It only costs Rs 300. The new device's main structures are made from cane materials, plastic and metal components. It is possible to make the entire structure in plastic or metal. It's of great help for labours who pick and carry heavy weight.
The 3Doodler is the world’s first and best 3D printing pen that allows you to draw in 3D by extruding heated plastic filament. You’ll be able to draw up into the air and create anything you can think of.
SCiO pocket molecular sensor
By reading the chemical makeup of a material, this sensor will tell you everything tangible articles. The physical basis for this material examination technique is that every kind of atom vibrates in its own particular extraordinary way and these vibrations cooperate with light to make a special optical mark. Subsequently, it will show every detail in your mobile device.
This device will let you produce electricity from living plants. So, now put off your switches and and plug in your gadgets this way.
The window socket offers a neat way to harness solar energy and use it as a plug socket. So far, we have seen solutions that act as a solar battery backup, but none as a direct plug-in. Simple in design, the plug just attaches to any window and does its job intuitively.
A mother's invention that gave her wheelchair-bound son a chance to walk has been launched in the markets across the world. A Northern Ireland company has turned Debby Elnatan's idea for a walking harness into a product that can transform the lives of countless disabled children. Using this harness, parents can teach their children repetitive walking training.
Mitticool: Fridge for the poor
The wall that will pee back on you
The scribble pen
3 D printing pen
The window socket