Safe Eye Med Dropper
Sparked by Reed Hoffman
We need a simple technology to help people deliver eye drop medication into their eyes. Many people struggle to get drops in their eyes & risk losing their sight without the medication. It is easy to miss their eye with the drops entirely or strike their eye with the dropper bottle. The technology should work with many original medication bottles, it should be inexpensive, sterile, & easy to use.
Love Football. Stop Concuss...
Sparked by Jason Lacey
Football is a major thread in the fabric of Americana. We love the game, but no one wants to see players get concussions. The future of Football depends on new technologies that reduce the number of concussions. Help find tech that saves the game!
Noncontact furniture anti t...
Sparked by Clayton Boyer
Furniture anti-tip devices require tools and a wall connection. This prevents many from installing these safety devices. The idea is a non connect requirement anti tip safety device. It should be something that can slide under the feet of different size furniture that is easy to install and relatively inexpensive.
Sign Language Across Cultures
Sparked by Savannah Sherwood
Sign language is not a universal language. A deaf person traveling across the globe may encounter communication barriers with the deaf in that region. An app that has the ability to detect the unfamiliar form of sign language and translate the unfamiliar form of sign language through a projection on the phone would bridge the gap to this barrier.