Which device needs to be invented? Why?

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  1. Time4Travel profile image59
    Time4Travelposted 7 years ago

    Which device needs to be invented? Why?

    Technology has advanced rapidly; however, there are many devices waiting to be invented. What are some devices that you wish were available today that aren't-- yet...

  2. Time4Travel profile image59
    Time4Travelposted 7 years ago

    Personally, I think a teleportation device would be amazing. Wouldn't it be neat to be able to travel from one location to another in just a few seconds!

  3. T.Y._Hudson profile image59
    T.Y._Hudsonposted 7 years ago

    The DECISION MAKER 5000!
    This way you'll never have worry about making the wrong choices again!
    The DECISION MAKER 5000, will literally, make the choices for you!
    Simply slap it on your noggin, challenge it with a perplexing thought, and "ding!", it will tell you what to do!
    --"Hmm, looks like rain, should I walk the dog, or simply tie it out for a bit?"... DECISION MAKER 5000!
    --"What subject should take in college to make the most money?"... DECISION MAKER 5000!
    --"I think that hot chick over there is checking me out, should I go talk to her?"... DECISION MAKER 5000!
    --"There's only one box of ding dongs left on the store shelf. If I take them, will some 400 pound blob of humanity, who chugs around the grocery store, in an electric shopping cart, because it's too lazy to walk, attack me?"... DECISION MAKER 5000!
    --"Oh I just can't decide what lottery numbers I should play today."... DECISION MAKER 5000!
    --"What can a nobody like me do, to get a date with a movie star?"... DECISION MAKER 5000!
    That's right, it will guide you through life, making all the right choices! All you have to do, is ask it the right questions.
    The DECISION MAKER 5000, will change your life for the better! Guaranteed, or double your money back!
    The DECISION MAKER 5000, costs a measly $50,000. Pocket change, compared to what you will be making, once it takes your life over!
    --So what's the best thing out there to blow your savings on?... DECISION MAKER 5000!
    --What's the best way to invest the future of your business?... DECISION MAKER 5000!
    --Who's the only faithful lover you'll ever need in life?...
    DECISION MAKER 5000!
    --Now what's that name again?...
    DECISION MAKER 5000!
    --And where can I get one?...
    NO IDEA!

  4. poorconservative1 profile image60
    poorconservative1posted 7 years ago

    T.Y._Hudson, now that's funny. Although I don't think I'm ready to have a machine or even another person think for me. Maybe when I'm 90 and I can't even get to the toilet on time. But I like Time4Travel's answer, telepoters. Now that would be cool, but it would sure put the travel industry in the trash. I'm still waiting for flying cars. What ever happen to that.

  5. dear addict profile image56
    dear addictposted 7 years ago

    https://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/4482767_f260.jpg

    a non addictive drug for addicts to recover and be release of mental obsessions and physical cravings.  Okay, its a long shot but I ha to try?

  6. 101Ways2Life profile image89
    101Ways2Lifeposted 7 years ago

    I would really want to have an invention that eliminates the need to travel. With that device, you can simply think of a place and you will be there.

  7. magson profile image32
    magsonposted 7 years ago

    From my point of view special device should be invented which can locate anyone's current location around the world.

  8. juniorsbook profile image74
    juniorsbookposted 7 years ago

    A mind reader definitely, it is required urgently and will change the whole world everbody would be affected as all of us would think thrice before uttering a single word. ZZzzipper all the way!

  9. Mandrake_1975 profile image92
    Mandrake_1975posted 7 years ago

    1.  A handheld computer with the ability to project an image onto nearly any surface.  In particularly, a device that allows the auto mechanic or home mechanic to project a precise electrical wiring, body, or engine diagram onto the side of the vehicle so that they can see exactly where everything is located in all the hidden areas.  Such a device could also offer the home or professional mechanic the ability to utilize its capabilities to align tires, headlights, and other such things.
    With a little bit of the same technology working backwards it could possibly also indicate the runout of various mechanical parts so that the mechanic could be assured they are within tolerance.
    This device could also be used for do-it-yourself home owners and professional carpenters.  Imagine being able to project a 3D image of the house before it is built and also use the projection to help you build it!
    The same device could project movies, video games, pictures and webpages nearly anywhere.  It could put a recipe on the wall in the kitchen (blown-up for those hard of sight), project life-size videos emailed from family and friends, and even project nonexistant "company" for a woman home alone with an intruder lurking outside.
    The same device could project 3D battle plans for military forces in the field, provide plumbing diagrams to plumbers, and help warehouse forklift operators prepare the positioning and stacking of loads in advance using this technology and some software that could calculate the diagram out.

    2.  Robots to do everything I just said for us humans.

  10. Pagelift profile image62
    Pageliftposted 7 years ago

    A massage-bot that will give me a professional massage on command!

  11. lsfloyd profile image53
    lsfloydposted 7 years ago

    @Time4Travel - A teleportation device would be nice, although I would not want to be a part of the first group to try it out.  Visions of the movie "The Fly" come to mind.

  12. Sesshoumaru2st profile image56
    Sesshoumaru2stposted 7 years ago

    Time traveling machine.I would love to have a review on jesus life and how he walked on water.

  13. DRG Da Real Grinc profile image76
    DRG Da Real Grincposted 7 years ago

    How about a homemade lie detector test. Wouldn't that be awesome. Why because there's a lot more always going on then we all know.

  14. HERBERT ubaldo profile image57
    HERBERT ubaldoposted 6 years ago

    I think devices to avoid traffic on the streets, devices to make us young and healthy and devices to cool down our hot heads especially in an argument situation

  15. arsh dadwal profile image53
    arsh dadwalposted 6 years ago

    i wish to have "ANYWHERE"; door similiar to the one in that cartoon doremon ......

  16. anemometers profile image58
    anemometersposted 6 years ago

    A good search engine needs to be invented. One that can tell who is being honest and who is telling lies. I think it is impossible to do that so we will have to live with spam and irrelevant results for as long as we live here.

  17. PenHitsTheFan profile image76
    PenHitsTheFanposted 6 years ago

    Eyeglasses defroster, for those cold winter months.

 
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