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Awesome New Inventions You'll Never Hear About

A few developments are ubiquitous to the point that it's hard to envision they began as a thought jotted on paper and afterward a patent application submitted to, say, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Aluminum foil, adhesive bandages, the ballpoint pen, the PC mouse, the microwave stove - these are only a couple of cases of extraordinary thoughts that ended up as plainly irreplaceable items we now underestimate.

In that spirit, here are the absolute most outré technological inventions idea from late years:

Pencil Pusher

U.S. organizations use around 21 million tons (19 million metric tons) of paper each year - 175 pounds of paper for every American, as per the Clean Air Council. This has prompted office reusing programs, "please think before you print" email marks and printers that offer twofold sided printing.

Presently a trio of Chinese innovators would like to add another gadget to the cubicle environment:
the P&P Office Waste Paper Processor, which transforms paper bound for reusing into pencils. The machine, looking somewhat like a three-hole punch crossed with an electric pencil sharpener, was a finalist in the 2010 Lite-On Awards, a universal competition that tries to invigorate and support innovation.

Perpetual Printing
A Japanese organization, Sanwa Newtec, is putting forth its adaptation of inkless, tonerless and rewritable printing innovation. Its item is known as the PrePeat rewritable printer, which, similar to the Xerox arrangement, requires plastic paper. However, PrePeat utilizes an alternate procedure to create an image.

Each sheet of paper comes embedded with leuco colors, which change color with temperature - colored when cool and clear when hot. The PrePeat printer, at that point, warms and cools the paper to first delete a picture and after that make another picture in its place. As indicated by the organization, a solitary sheet of paper can be reused 1,000 times before it should be changed.

Bat Suit
Have you at any point needed to leave the ground and take off like a bird - or maybe a bat? In January 2012, a Connecticut-based designer was allowed a patent for what the application portrays as "a totally unique human controlled flying suit" that is designed according to the bat's style of flight. The creator clarifies in the patent application that bats are fellow mammals and the flying animals "most firmly identified with humans."

Robot That Devours Insects and Rodents

Now, robotic vacuum sweepers, singing androids and mechanical mutts are predicable. In any case, British designers Jimmy Loizeau and James Auger have made a quantum jump in their innovations idea with the Carnivorous Domestic Entertainment Robot, an automaton that would stalk and eat up mice and creepy crawlies, and after eating them and digest their bodies to deliver its own energy.

They've thought of five unique ideas, including the mousetrap coffee table robot, which is intended to draw unwary vermin onto its surface, which contains a trap entryway activated by movement sensors.

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