What is the weirdest invention?
What is the weirdest invention ever?
- Baby Stroller and Scooter Hybrid.
- Flask Tie.
- Anti-Pervert Hairy Stockings.
- Ping Pong Door.
- Goggle Umbrella.
- Baby Mop.
- Hug Me Pillow.
- Ironius: The Coffee Mug Iron.
What was accidentally invented?
From Velcro to Viagra: 10 products that were invented by accident
- Saccharin, an artificial sweetener (1877)
- Coca-Cola (1886)
- X-rays (1895)
- Ice cream cone (1904)
- Penicillin (1928)
- Microwave oven (1946)
- Velcro (1955)
- Post-it notes (1968 and 1974)
What is the most useless thing ever?
10 Most Useless Things The World Has Ever Seen
- Remote Headband. Source.
- Revolving Ice Cream Cone. Source.
- The ropeless skipping rope. Source.
- Shoe Umbrella. Source.
- DVD Rewinder. Source.
- I Am Rich app. Source.
- Goldfish walker. Source.
- Noodle Fan. Source.
What is the most unnecessary thing to buy?
Many of us spend way too much money on unnecessary things….These are some of the most common purchases:
- Convenient snacks and drinks.
- Beauty products.
- New clothes.
- Overpriced hotels.
- Movies, books, and other media (Obviously books can also be considered a good investment)
- Apps (and in-app purchases)
- Cable TV.
Who invented silly putty?
Silly Putty was discovered in 1943 by James Wright who mixed boric acid and silicone oil together. It was introduced to the public in 1950 by Peter Hodgson. Crayola acquired the exclusive manufacturing rights to Silly Putty in 1977. The formulas are considered proprietary.
Did you know these 19th century inventions didn’t change the world?
The Boot Lever A new book called Inventions That Didn’t Change the World is a compilation of 19th century design ideas that were submitted to the U.K.’s Design Registry, but then never saw the light of day. This lever was designed for pulling on and off boots. In 1839 the Board of Trade in the United Kingdom established the Designs Registry.
What are some weird inventions that failed?
But most of the weird inventions above failed for good reason, many ultimately replaced by considerably less goofy, dangerous, or impractical alternatives. Outdoor urinals became porta-potties; TVs you strap to your face became VR headsets; and baby cages mounted precariously to high-rise windows ceded, swiftly, to common sense.
What were some Cool Inventions from the 1930s?
In 1930s London, you could buy a mesh baby cage to suspend your child outside your apartment window. The invention was supposed to be for the “health” of the babies, so they could get fresh air. 12. The Glamour Bonnet was a bonnet that covered your whole head with a see-through part for your eyes from the 1940s.
What was the most futuristic invention of the 1950s?
Another futuristic-sounding 1950s invention: the flying saucer camera. It took two pictures at once, one regular picture and one that separated light out into colors so that you could see more clearly where the flying saucers were coming from.