Saturday, February 27, 2010

Free Idea # 305 - Tasty sugar-free loppy pop medicines

Launch a range of tasty sugar-free loppy pop medicines for
children (and adults). Different flavors would treat different
symptoms like sore throat, fever, runny nose, etc. The
simultaneous launch of a range of parallel placebo medi-pops
might also be appreciated by parents and carers who want
to give tangible reassurance to a 'poorly' person.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Free Idea # 304 - Pair every baby born for 'birthday pal'

Pair every baby born with a baby from a different country
born on the same day. Each baby would receive information
on their 'birthday pal' until the children are old enough to
communicate with one another if they so wish.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Free Idea # 303 - Place microphones and speakers at car dashboard

Place microphones and speakers in the dashboard and rear
side-panels inside cars, so that passengers in the back can
hear and join in with the conversation happening in the front.
This in-car intercom would mean people would no longer
have to lean over to hear what others are saying.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Free Idea # 302 - Reverse hearing aid

Produce an anti-hearing aid that would function in the
opposite way to a traditional hearing aid. When turned up
sounds would be muted, allowing the user to reduce the
volume of, for example, an irate boss, an elderly relative's
television set or a next door neighbor's drum rehearsals.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Free Idea # 301 - Place gymnastic matting under carpet

Place gymnastic matting under carpets in the homes of older
people who tend to fall down and break bones more easily.
Then, when they fall, they would be more likely to have a
soft landing.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Free Idea # 300 - Alarm clock that monitor the dream

Create an alarm clock that could monitor brain wave activity
to sense someone having a nightmare. People who suffer from
not being able to rouse themselves from a frightening dream
could program the alarm clock to rescue them.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Free Idea # 299 - Embed a chip for pharmaceuticals

Embed a chip in each package of pharmaceuticals that could
only be read by a specific scanner sold to legitimate pharmacies
and hospitals. This 'thumbprint' would help deter the counterfeit
drugs that are now being sold to wholesalers who then sell them
on to pharmacies and hospitals.