If you ever talk to children they have infinite ideas and imaginations how they can make this world a better place. Mostly, they are just busy talking about their invisible invention. If at times like this you ask them to draw about what they are thinking you will be amazed to see how they tackle and think about a problem.
A group of children between the ages 5-11 years in Australia and the UK were asked to design inventions which according to them would make this world a better place. The results were not only amazing but also mind-blowing as these children came up with ideas from an ocean organiser to a rubbish eater to a gun sucker.
These drawings which nave been collected for Future Founders are breathtaking and there are a few which are being worked on to make them a reality.
Take a Look at Some of these Cool Inventions
1 . Olly, The Ocean Organiser:
Inventor: Daisy, Age: 9 years
As per Daisy, Olly is a machine which will help to keep the oceans clean. It will capture all the garbage in a giant net. It will work through solar-powered propellers. It will also have eyes so that it does not hurt the fish.
2. Cody the Carer
Inventor: Laura, Age: 9 years
Laura’s, Cody the carer is a friendly robot designed especially for taking care of the elderly people and addressing their smallest needs as well. Cody can tell whether a person is going to get ill, he can do the dishes with his waterproof hands and talk to old people so that they don’t feel lonely.
3. The Rubbish Eater
Inventor: Hannah, Age: 5 years
This 5-year-old is very worried about the depleting environment. She has come up with an amazing illustration which takes care of all the rubbish and deforestation in the world. The Rubbish Eater eats all the garbage and poops full-grown trees.
4. Gun Sucker Inner
Inventor: Harry, Age: 6 years
This 6-year-old wants to see a violent free world. He thinks of an invention which can suck all the guns and destroy them. He has designed high powered wheels so that the machine can be transported to where it is needed.
Inventor: Luke, Age: 6 years
This is a special mixer which mixes hearts with hot water to create love, which is released into the air through steam. Those hearts which are not converted to steam are segregated and pushed to a conveyor belt. Further, these are shipped all over the world so that people can enjoy love.
6. The Food Spawner
Inventor: Mia, Age: 10 years
This is a magic microwave. Whenever you feel like rating something just type the food and the Spawner will do the rest. It works hard to get the best recipes and reproduce the snack/food you have been craving for.
7. Bob the Robot
Inventor: Lexie, Age: 8 years
The young inventor from the UK has designed Bob the Robot, who is a very friendly robot with wings and a kind heart. He fights against medical issues, cancer and world peace. He reminds people that not all disabilities are visible.
8. The Tizzer
Inventor: Lily, Age: 9 years
This is a machine which fixes just about anything in just a minute. It is easy to work with. Just point the Tizzer at the things you want to fix and turn the button. It just takes about 10 seconds for the laser to start and in turn fixes the object with its rays.
9. Dress-Me Machine
Inventor: Sam, Age: 6 years
Running late in the morning. Now the Dress-Me Machine can help you get ready. Once you select the outfit that you are going to wear on the screen, the machine helps you dress as you glide on the conveyor belt.
10. The Tree Rocket
Inventor: Tyler, Age: 6 years
This rocket is special as it is capable of transporting people from Australia to England in just a few seconds. The rocket built in the tree has windows on the top which allows the passengers to view outside while travelling. The trunk has a handle which provides access to people to board.
Some of these illustrations are amazing and can be easily adapted into real-time inventions. If we all see the world through a child’s eye then maybe we can also come up with solutions for problems.
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