5 Quirky Gadgets around the world
Quirky gadgets that exist and are surely useful. With all the different companies who try to come up with the “next big IoT thing” mistakes are bound to happen … and they sometimes result in some really strange gadgets.
And we have picked some of them which are quite interesting:
We have the cell phones that alert us about the climate especially rains during this wet seasons but won’t it be cool to have an umbrella instead that alerts us. Oombrella is a smart umbrella that alerts you before it rains and also if you leave it behind.
This rainy season you ain’t forgetting your umbrella anywhere.
The company even offers choices between the color and sizes, you can select the ones that love. It is UV resistant and windproof. Three editions are present the shiny, the white and the black and the sizes available are classic and fit-in -my -bag.
the capsule is present on the handle of oombrella.
The capsule is the brain of oombrella. This is where it feels, where it thinks and where it does the magic! With its range of sensors, oombrella is well-informed about:
- how cold it is outside (temperature sensor),
- how high the pressure is (pressure sensor),
- how humid the air is (humidity sensor),
- and if you are on the dark side (light sensor).
This Bluetooth enabled smart fork that makes you learn good habits. connect to an app on your phone that helps you with knowing your eating habits and what all should you change. Upload your eating data for analysis and coaching This data is then uploaded via USB to your Online Dashboard on HAPIcom to track your progress.
Now connect your egg tray to the internet. This is made in partnership with GE and connects with your phone to notify you when you are eggless. Wirelessly connects to your mobile device to track the number of eggs you have and tell you when they’re going bad. LED lights on the tray itself tell you which of its 14 eggs nearing their expiration date.
Hatch Baby Smart Changing Pad lets you keep tabs on their weight, diaper changes, food intake, and so on, all of which goes back to a companion app. If needed, you can share that data with a pediatrician.
This is not helpful if the child has allergies or other health concerns. Modern nursery product for kids to diagnose the problems as prevention is better than cure.
Kuvée Smart Wine Bottle’s concept is creative and clever, and the device is polished. The wine also oxidizes more slowly.
The central mechanic of the Kuvée Bottle has a simple underlying concept: use valves to block air from entering the bottle as you pour a glass of wine. That way, oxidation doesn’t set the bottle’s quality on a slow path toward spoiled wine. Instead, the bottle should last for weeks.
Kuvée isn’t the first developer to combat oxidation. For less than 10 bucks, you can easily get a canister of argon or another inert gas. Spraying one of these into a bottle before re-corking it will slow the oxidation process, lending the wine a few more days of freshness. On the other hand, you can buy a device like a Coravin for $350. The Coravin uses a hollow needle to pump argon through the cork, pressurizing the bottle of wine. Then you can pour the wine out through the needle. And when you’re done, the naturally elastic cork reseals.