This home security guard is a self-driving lawnmower. Like the Roomba vacuum cleaner, this high-tech robot navigates the perimeter of the lawn and mows it, automatically steering clear of obstacles as small as dog poop. When its battery runs low, the autonomous mower cruises over to the power source and plugs itself in.
But that’s not all. The bot provides a 360-degree security camera with remote access. Loaded with AI features, powered by an algorithm, and fully compatible with Alexa, it’s one smart lawnmower. Imagine if you hired a gardner who could also be your bouncer. That’s what this device basically is.
As technology progresses, so does the design of the day-to-day items we use. These zipped-up earbuds are basically everything one needs to avoid the wires from tangling or getting lost. Not to mention the fact that our cats and dogs love to chew on every single cable they can sink their teeth into.
So this device is a welcome addition in that respect. We wonder if this great idea can be attached to a zip-up hoodie and then our lives will be totally carefree. We are sure that the designers of this zip are coming up with that next invention as we write this.
Elevators have a limit of people who can use them at once. The bigger the elevator, the more people can squeeze themselves in. It also indicates the weight limit. So, we're not going to start counting the number of people that are cramped inside with us, and we are surely not prepared to weigh anyone.
The designer of this thought of it all. So, the number of people is not always the most accurate measurement of the elevator's capacity limit. Surprisingly, it can be as little as two people who can reach the limit easily. At any rate, this is a pretty good way to indicate how full the elevator is.
Hug Me Pillow
Hmm, we don't judge. Folks gotta do what folks gotta do to fight the lonely bug away. If you're tired of those lonely nights and can't do much about it, then this pillow might bring you a world of comfort. It's big, sturdy yet cushiony man arm will hug you through the night and keep you safe.
You can have your hug pillow dressed up in a button-downed shirt to make you feel like you're cozying up to a business-man. You can also dress it up in whatever else you like! It's your pillow!
The Baby Mop
This invention is pretty questionable and very much depends on how you're planning on using it. If you're planning on putting your baby to work, then maybe you should reconsider. But if you think the outfit is at least kind of cute and perhaps feel that it couldn't hurt, seeing as your baby is crawling around the floor all day anyway, then, why not?
Just don't use this as an actual substitute for real mopping. Your floor will still be dirty if you don't take care of that. And, also, please, please wash that thing daily. If your baby is going to be rolling around as an extra absorptive cleaning tool, then it's best you keep your baby and their clothes as clean as humanly possible.