Edison once said that everyone could be an inventor. Even if the change each person can make is small, it will set a brick for another to step up. Moreover, we now have the internet as a worldwide media sharing network, so the speed of innovation will rise unlimitedly. It feels like a beautiful colorful stunning explosion of human creation.
Besides the modernization experts generate, internet users have introduced numerous re-designs of devices and instruments that can help improve the original function. Social networks don’t care if the innovators are amateurs or specialists. They make space for every variation and help it go viral if it deserves. Therefore, more people put effort into remodeling and updating daily-used items.
Below are fifteen unusual-but-helpful designs collected from the internet that we believe every looking-for-convenience person will love.
#1. This cat’s owner made a tiny driver’s license for its collar.
Source: © augustbutnotthemonth / Reddit
#2. Edible coffee cup made from oats and grains
Source: Str33twise84 / Reddit
#3. A clock that shows the time by using the shadow of the person who stands on the current month
Source: © cokiyioldu / Reddit
#4. This hexagonal graph paper for organic chemistry
Source: © woodruff42 / Reddit
#5. This keypad randomizes the numbers every time so someone doesn’t figure out the password from your hand movements.
Source: © celebi1023 / Reddit
#6. My grandparents’ clock measures time on a one-week scale instead of a 12-hour one.
Source: © creezewe / Reddit
#7. Hands-free way to drink
Source: © chelsiang / Instagram
#8. These batteries charge off USB-C
Source: © totalolage / Reddit
#9. I made a tall bike out of old bikes.
Source: © AlexKewl / Reddit
#10. This chair’s back legs are cut to allow its owner to sit on the stoop.
Source: © Lurker135 / Reddit
#11. Chairs at my new job have rollerblade wheels so we can roll quietly.
Source: © wideout3485 / Reddit
#12. McNuggets box with sauce holder
Source: © tomyan112 / Reddit
#13. Some grocery carts in Japan are designed to stack vertically to cut down on aisle congestion.
Source: © tananda7 / Reddit
#14. Accidentally created a camera obscura in my daughter’s bedroom.
Source: © theDWORF / Reddit
#15. This floor made out of pennies
Source: © igotadoctordog / Reddit
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