Matt Benedetto, a professional product designer, created a fake company but for a real purpose: Help people solve unpleasant problems in their lives that they don’t even have. know you’re having those problems. This guy’s invention is very diverse, from automatic butter spreaders, umbrellas that do not need a handle but still cover the sun and rain effectively, until the phone charger cord is up to several dozen meters long. It may sound like a bit of nonsense, but there will be times when they become extremely effective.
These inventions are ugly but unexpected effects of the talented designer.
Usually, Matt would wander the Internet looking for ideas. And every time he receives suggestions or suggestions from a netizen, he will embark on creating product concepts and conduct production according to their requirements with 3D printers. The last step is always to take pictures and videos to prove that you have succeeded. Besides, sometimes “problematic” is too difficult, Matt also resorted to the intervention of some computer tricks to make the product look sparkling and stable as possible.
Here are some of the most impressive inventions that Matt has ever made since opening “company” up to now.
This device is called iDangle. It is essentially a long cord with one end attached to the ceiling and the other attached to a user’s phone. And so they can comfortably relax in bed, surf the web or watch movies without fear of hand fatigue anymore.
Matt came up with the idea of iDangle while he was watching Netflix and was suddenly hit by the smartphone because he was tired.
And this is a professional butter spreader. It will crush the avocado into a puree so users can comfortably use it with their toast.
This is a hand-shaped comb made from silicon. Matt made the idea of this product based on a Reddit post: How do I comb my hair by hand, but without touching my hair?
This mini towel covers the mouth of the user when eating, avoiding food accidentally shot out.
With this drone-controlled umbrella, users can comfortably carry their armpits in rainy days without the fear of getting wet.
And here is a magical cup, which can signal to users when their drinks are ready to use, especially effective with hot drinks.
This accessory has two effects: It helps to preserve AirPods to prevent them from dropping and allows users to “pull out their chopsticks and eat” whenever they want.
Not only cars and motorcycles, but even pedestrians need rearview mirrors to be able to observe behind, to avoid unfortunate accidents.
If you are interested in Matt’s projects, you can follow this talented designer at His personal Instagram, or on website Summary of the products and projects you’ve ever done. However, keep in mind that no matter how good the product is, Matt will not mass produce it for sale. His purpose is just to train his skills and bring joy to the online community.
According to the Insider