List of Weird Tech Gadgets
1. A voice activated tooth brush
It seems like a weird idea, but some people swear by voice activated tooth brushes. Proponents say that the technology helps people who have difficulty using traditional tooth brushes because it eliminates the need to use your hands.
The downside is that many people find the toothbrush to be too sensitive and end up jabbing their teeth instead of brushing them properly.
2. A self-cleaning water bottle
A self-cleaning water bottle is a nifty gadget that many people may find useful. The bottle has a built-in filter that removes impurities and bacteria from the water, so you can drink clean water without having to worry about contaminants.
The bottle also has a built-in light that lets you see when it’s time to replace the filter.
3. A smartwatch that also functions as a medical device
A wearable device that can also function as a medical device? That’s right, a new smartwatch is on the market that also has medical capabilities.
The watch is called ‘The Wearable ECG Monitor’ and it can be used to monitor heart health, diagnose arrhythmias, and more.
It even comes with an app for tracking your health data. This wearable device is definitely something new and innovative, and it could potentially help improve people’s health in many ways.
4. A connected hairbrush that tells you how to improve your hair health
One of the latest weird tech gadgets to hit the market is a connected hairbrush that claims to help improve hair health.
The brush is fitted with sensors that track how often you brush your hair, how tightly you brush it, and how long you brush for. According to the manufacturer, this data can help you learn how to better care for your hair and improve its health.
While there is no scientific evidence yet to back up these claims, the novelty of this technology may be enough to draw in consumers looking for ways to better their hair care routine.
5. An earbuds that track your fitness data
There are a number of weird and unique fitness trackers on the market, but one that stands out is the Earbuds with Fitness Tracking.
This earbuds not only track your heart rate, but also measure your steps taken, calories burned, and even how long you were active for. This information can be used to help you stay on track with your fitness goals.
6. A smartphone case that also charges your other devices
There are a plethora of smartphone cases on the market that do one or more things other than just protect your device.
Some cases come with built-in rechargeable batteries, so you can charge your phone and other devices at the same time. Others have ports that let you use cords to plug in headphones, a power bank, or another accessory.
The best part about these cases is that they give you more flexibility when using your smartphone.
Whether you need to charge multiple devices at once or just need a place to store some extra cords and batteries, these cases are perfect for on-the-go lifestyles.
7. A portable device that sterilizes surfaces
A portable device that sterilizes surfaces? Recently, there has been a rise in popularity of portable devices that sterilize surfaces.
These devices are designed to be used in hospitals, schools, or other healthcare settings where the risk of cross-contamination is high.
They typically use ultraviolet light or chemicals to break down the biofilms on surfaces and kill any bacteria or viruses present.
Some of these devices have been FDA approved for specific uses, while others are still in development. Regardless of their approval status, these portable devices could be an important addition to any healthcare setting.
8. The Scuba Mask That Lets You Breathe Underwater
One of the most interesting and bizarre tech gadgets on the market is the Scuba Mask That Lets You Breathe Underwater.
The device, which is made by Aqua Lung, attaches to a diving mask and uses air from a scuba tank to allow users to breathe underwater.
The mask has two valves that control the amount of air that enters and leaves the device, allowing divers to adjust their breathing according to their needs.
While this gadget may seem strange at first, it could be an important tool for those who work in dangerous or difficult environments where breathing under water is necessary.
9. The Haptic Jacket That Lets You Feel Virtual Reality
The Haptic Jacket is a device that was created to let people feel virtual reality. The jacket is made up of a series of sensors that are placed all over the body. These sensors measure the movements and vibrations of the user’s body.
This information is then used to create an accurate representation of the virtual environment.
The Haptic Jacket has been designed to make virtual reality more immersive for users by giving them a sense of touch.
10. The Smartwatch That Also Takes Your Blood Pressure
The market for tech gadgets is ever-growing, and there are always new inventions to be made. One recent addition to the market is the smartwatch that also takes your blood pressure.
This device is meant to help people monitor their health, and it does this by taking readings of your blood pressure every 5 minutes.
The watch also has a built in thermometer so that you can monitor your body temperature. This technology has already been put to use by doctors, and it is hoped that it will help people to better monitor their health and make improvements in their lifestyles.
11. The augmented reality glasses that let you see through walls
Augmented reality glasses are a new type of technology that allow users to see through walls. They are made up of small cameras and screens that are attached to eyeglasses or goggles.
When you put these glasses on, the camera captures images from all around your environment. The software then creates a three-dimensional image that can be seen on the screen in front of your eyes.
This technology has many potential uses, including allowing people to see through walls during security scans or when they are investigating a crime scene.
It can also be used in medical settings to help doctors diagnose illnesses or injuries. Augmented reality glasses are still in their early stages, but they have the potential to change the way we live and work forever.
12. The AI powered assistant that can hold a conversation with you
According to recent reports, a new AI powered assistant is being developed that can hold a conversation with you.
The assistant, which is still in development, will be able to understand and respond to natural language questions. The assistant is said to be similar to the Google Now function found on many Android devices.
13. The self-driving car that can take you anywhere you want to go
The self-driving car has been a long time coming, and it seems like it’s finally here. The technology is still in its early stages, but there are already a few out there that can take you where you want to go without any input from you.
These cars are still a little weird, but they’re definitely getting better all the time.
14. The drone that can deliver your groceries to you
A recent development in the world of technology has been the advent of drones. These unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been used for a variety of purposes, but one of the newest and most interesting applications is grocery delivery.
Drones are small enough to be flown indoors and can navigate without GPS, making them perfect for short-distance deliveries.
One company, Flirtey, has developed a drone that can deliver groceries to customers’ homes.
The customer scans their groceries into the drone’s computer system, which then communicates with a pre-programmed route to the customer’s home.
The drone then deposits the groceries onto the customer’s doorstep! This is an amazing innovation that could revolutionize grocery delivery and make it more convenient for consumers.
15. A self-driving suitcase
A self-driving suitcase has been proposed as a way to alleviate some of the challenges associated with air travel.
The suitcase would contain sensors that would allow it to navigate its surroundings autonomously, and it would be able to dock with a remote control vehicle so that the passenger could board without having to remove their shoes or carry their luggage.
While this technology is still in development, it could potentially revolutionize the way people travel.
16. A robotic cat litter box
There’s a robotic cat litter box on the market that promises to make life easier for cat owners. The litter box is attached to a base and rises up when the kitty needs to use it. It then falls back down and starts cleaning until the cat finishes using it.
This is an innovative product that could save cat owners a lot of time and hassle.
17. An AI powered personal assistant
A device that can help take care of your basic needs, such as answering questions and setting appointments, is becoming more and more popular. Devices like the Amazon Echo or Google Home are powered by artificial intelligence (AI), which means they can learn how you live and work.
These devices can be helpful in taking care of your routine tasks, but they can also give you insights into your day-to-day life that you may not have thought of before.
For example, if you ask the Echo to play music from your favorite artist, it may be able to guess what type of music you would enjoy based on your previous listening habits.