The H20 water-powered radio clips onto the water pipe that runs up to a shower head.
For the past several weeks, Michael Micucci and his business partners have been going to Zoo Atlanta, studying and gauging public reaction to and explaining concept behind the six, bright blue boxes around the zoo grounds.
The siren alerts neighbors for immediate assistance while the strobe light guides first responders directly to the correct home.
The all American-made BagRack – moulded by a manufacturer in Indiana and packaged in Kentucky – includes a universal adapter which it’s claimed allows consumers to hang grocery or trash bags “from the top, the side or from underneath any smooth non-porous surface: glass, metal, plastic (and) fibreglass.”
Assembly of the back rack is a breeze.
Since there are no washing machines on the International Space Station, astronauts often wear the same underwear for three or four days before disposing of it by hurtling it back towards Earth where, hopefully, it burns up on reentry.
The CompoKeeper is a kitchen appliance designed for storing food waste indoors (though also useful for storing dirty diapers, pet and medical waste, and most other types of objectionable material in close quarters).
Paddy Mulcahy, 21, has been offered university support to develop the easy-clean U-neat unit which reduces the spread of potentially lethal infections from surface to person.
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In 1987, Pickett took a prototype game to the Toy Fair, the mammoth annual amusement-industry gathering in New York.