#1: Kite Invisibility Cloak Against MosquitoesA team of scientists, engineers, and product designers invented a small patch that makes you practically invisible to mosquitoes.
#2: Pico Dwelling Micro ApartmentBoeing engineer Steven Sauer combined his pragmatic design along with his keen craftsmanship skills to push the limits of defining his ultra-efficient space.
#3: Tile Crowdsourced Lost and FoundTile makes finding a lost object easy with a sensor that tells you whether you are getting closer or farther within a 50-150 ft range.
#4: Bradley, The Watch That Lets You Feel TimeInspired by Bradley Snyder, an ex-naval officer who lost his eyesight for his nation, Eone designed a timepiece that can tell time by the touch.
#5: Ocean Clean-Up Project19-year-old Boyan Slat designed a project to collect 7.25 million tons of ocean plastic within five years. The best part? It will be a self-sustaining platform that gathers its energy from the sun and ocean currents.
#6: Retractable ClotheslineThe Retractable Clothesline dries your clothes the old-fashioned way without taking up any space.
#7: Eyejusters Self-Adjustable GlassesEyejusters are self-adjustable glasses designed to provide vision to the world, by eliminating the need for lenses to be prescribed.
#8: Staple-less StaplerThis stapler secures up to 7 pages together by cutting a tiny arrow flap and tucking it back in – kind of like paper stitching.
#9: One Square Meter HouseVan Bo’s world’s smallest house was listed on Airbnb in Berlin. Dozens of people experienced living in this ultra-minimalist house.
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