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By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:41 pm

A modern twist on the old classic bin

 

Ever been in your room and you toss some crumpled up paper into the bin but missed? You then groan and heave yourself up to put it in. Well you won’t get that with this bin! A Japanese inventor has given a humble household bin a modern make over after designing the bin to move with the added ability to catch items that is thrown to it. It’s a unique futuristic gadget fitted with a battery and motorised wheels.

The name of this amazing bin is the Smart Trashbox. It tracks any rubbish thrown in the air while moving towards the object. A Kinect style 3D motion tracking camera is placed on the wall of the room hence how it can catch what you throw. A demonstration of the bin has over 1.7 million views on YouTube in less than a week. The three minute long clip shows the design and construction process behind the gadget which seems to have caught people’s imaginations.

One amazed viewer commented with “You don’t need to clean your room any more!” and another added “This needs to be patented”. Either way this is one wackly invention!

If you want to leave me a comment telling me about anymore weird gadgets clicks on read more & comment. It’s bin nice to inform you about the Smart Trashbox. Like my little joke there? Probably more cheesy then smelly old socks. That just about wraps up this article. Time for a stroll outside.

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