Sometimes we get so used to everyday life, it becomes hard to imagine that things can be different. But they can. Everyone knows what we’re doing, if there’s a problem, there’s a solution. We have collected a list of genius ideas that have the potential to make some our day-to-day struggles go away, and while you in particular might not benefit from all of them, you’ll still probably appreciate the effort that went into making them a reality.
This Park Has A Swing For Wheelchair Users
The freefall that these swings provide is about 4.3 feet (1.3m) and they can safely take on a load of up to 4,400 pounds (2,000 kg). Moreover, the rope pull included within the design allows those with upper body mobility to swing themselves independently. Every park should incorporate these swings so the disabled children are never left out!
These Lines Go Up The Wall So You Can Park Perfectly In-Between The Lines
Everyone wants to drive until it’s time to park in a cramped corner. This particular one was found in Seattle, under the Amazon Go store. And even though the driver on the left didn’t back backwards, it actually has a lot of benefits. Most importantly, reversing into a parking space gives you greater control and makes it easier to manoeuvre out the space. Avoiding reverse parking usually leads into much more difficult situations, trying to wiggle your car out of a tight space when you parked front-first.
This Shop Has A Option To Shop Alone Or With Assistance
The shop is located in UAE, Dubai. For the complete antisocial experience, bring earphones.
This Toilet Flushes By Using Your Foot
This mechanism is located in a toilet in Mexico and you don’t have to be a germaphobe to appreciate it. Unsanitary public toilets can lead to gut infections, lung and skin infections as well as STDs. If a stool doesn’t look clean but you really need to use it, consider using tissue paper to open its door, using the toilet seat cover, and if there isn’t one, cleaning the toilet seat with a tissue paper before using it or even hovering closely above the toilet.
3D Printed Cast. You Can Take A Shower With It!
For everyone wondering, it’s held together with zip ties. If you want to shower with your plaster on, then use a 3D printed cast.
Rubik’s Cube For The Blind
Rubik’s Cubes for blind people have been available for some time now. For example, the Braillecube is an attempt to adjust this timeless toy to the needs of people with impaired vision – the design makes them “feel” the colors. The first letters of the color are written on the cube in braille in the order of the colors on the original cube.
Washing Your Hands To Flush The Toilette
Urinal-sink combos like this save water by reusing the hand-washing water to rinse out the urinal. Presumably, it could also allow bathrooms to be more compact and less expensive to install, as it replaces two appliances with one, thus requiring less plumbing works.
Perfectly Flat Floor, Designed To Stop People From Running In The Hallway
The design, partly inspired by Alice in Wonderland, took more than 400 tiles to create.
This Bathroom In The Atlanta Airport Has Lights To Let You Know If A Stall Is In Use
Manufactured by Tooshlights, the smart latch and deadbolt communicate wirelessly with the indicator light. When the stall is available, the light is green. When the stall is occupied and the smart latch or deadbolt is locked, the light illuminates red.
A Sign In The Women’s Bathroom For Those Who Feel Unsafe On A Date
‘Ask For Angela’ is a relatively new campaign designed to reduce sexual abuse on nights out. It originated in a pub in Lincolnshire, England, in 2016 and since then, it has received worldwide attention and has been adopted by bars and clubs across the globe.