1. A water bottle that reads your saliva to tell you how hydrated you are or aren’t
2. When you read a book on kindle, and highlight, those highlights go right to twitter – I think this is already an idea
3. Google Glass thermal imaging to see when cows on a dairy are sick, or getting sick, and things like that
4. A wearable tech for dating that measures how your heartbeat, body temp, and whatever else react when you meet someone
5. A robot that can weed fields for you. It has cameras, it knows what plants are good, it can see little weeds growing and maybe even with a laser or something make it so that the genetics of the weed die. How can a weed possibly live after that? Or think of it this way, you can laser up a plot of land and get the soil type, climate. And then a robot would be able to tell you the best layout for a permaculture setup.
6. Eye drops that make your eyes fluorescent for 2 hours
7. Electronic passport that you can never lose. And somehow make it in no ones interest to steal. How could you make it in no one’s interest to steal things. You would have to make it so that no one would need anything, everyone has everything. You could do this by raising kids a certain way, but that’s controlling. You have to let people do their own thing. Some people like to get crazy, fucked up, right?
8. You could buy a movie, the kindle book, documentaries, all associated with a topic, the civil war for example. It would be called an info package, an entertainment package, something, so you could get all the best resources on that topic
9. A notebook that when you write on the paper it transcribes to evernote
10. Universal recycle karma – instead of getting a slip when you recycle to turn in to the grocery store, you can scan something and get ctypro deposited.
11. At a protest, order 100000 flowers and have them delivered to the front lines