What better way to start the day than with a Tummy Rumbling Amplification Device to let the family know how hungry you are? Or how about a head-mounted crane to load up your bowl with flakes and add the milk? Clearly any home could benefit from gadgets like these to help rouse the troops into action of a morning. And that’s the thinking behind a series of appliances to spring from the imagination of artist-inventor Dominic Wilcox. Briefed by Kellogg’s to make breakfast more fun, Wilcox spent 10 weeks building working prototypes for 7 eccentric devices. Among them, a robot spoon that comes to life with every mouthful and a flying personal assistant capable of delivering cereal to your table. Our favourite? The Soggy-o-Meter which lets you determine the precise level of cereal sogginess, from ‘not soggy’ all the way up to ‘soggylicious’. Mad as a breakdancing bran flake.
Via. Dominic Wilcox https://bit.ly/1JALP8M