Gallery of Obscure Patents

By on March 8, 2004

Do people accuse you of coming up with strange ideas for new products? I’ll bet you haven’t topped the brainchildren listed here.

For instance, if you occasionally get excited about something but there’s nobody around to high-five, you need this little beauty, whose sole purpose is “…providing the user with a convenient outlet for the release of excitement.” Sounds rather suggestive.

Then there’s the Levitationarium, which is somebody’s idea for a “chamber in which an upward air flow is produced to levitate human beings.”

What’ll they think of next?



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