We have some new ideas for the next items we need to make “smart”. Our first idea could save both men and women years of pain and anguish by walking into a bathroom too early after somebody has destroyed it. Basically the toilet would have a smell sensor on it and if somebody blows up the toilet, everybody would get an alert from the smart toilet letting them know not to go in until the smell had cleared out. We also think that every restaurant should have smart glasses for everything. If you run our of a drink, the smart glass will tell the designated waitress you need a refill and will never go thirsty again.
One of those ideas probably already exists and we’re sure the other one is probably under development as we speak. As silly as those ideas may sound, we have seen a massive influx of people trying to turn everyday items into smart devices that sync with our phones. There is one thing that hasn’t been getting much smarter over the past couple of years and that is the wallet. Wocket aims to fix that gaping hole in our life by creating a smart wallet (not a smart card) that stores different pieces of information. You can store the different cards you own and in the process get rid of a lot of the clutter in your wallet cleared out. The reason this is a smart wallet is because you are also able to store other parts of personal information and then that electronic vault can only be opened by you. Wocket is also able to communicate with smart phones and act as an extra layer of security if you desire it. The nice thing about the Wocket Wallet is that it doesn’t require a smart phone so that should help it have a larger audience to appeal to. Click here for image source and where to reserve Wocket Wallet.