Time Magazine arrived with this photo, of a cloud inside a room in a house. An inventor has found a way to create it. It's a complicated process that utilizes a fog machine and various ways to control atmospheric pressure. The cloud doesn't last long, but it's truly amazing. The photo heralded the magazine's list: 25 Most Significant Inventions of 2012.
|Enable Talk Gloves|
Wow, Enable Talk Gloves, $75. Wearing them enables speech and hearing-impaired people to communicate with those who don't use or understand sign language. The gloves are equipped with sensors that recognize sign language and translate it into text on a smart phone, which then converts the text to spoken words.
The Motion Activated Screwdriver is $40.00.
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Hey, for $555, per suit, our Armed Forces can now provide body-armor for women who have been wearing improperly fitted, often, over-sized male armor. It doesn't look great or sound like a great invention, but it's good news for female soldiers.
Hmm. Being a blogger, who grabs what's in the air, I'm sort of compelled to share these new things with you. Maybe I'm stuck in a room with a cloud, or just not in the mood with Xmas shopping looming. The fact is, I'm not excited, or thrilled by any of this stuff, other than Bounce.
In your own cloudless room, amble through the list -- check it out for yourself: Time Magazine Best Inventions of 2012.