HanspostedA smart motorcycle helmet. Connected to the bike with Bluetooth, has turn signal/brake lights on the back, a secondary headlight on the front, a gps turn by turn projected on to the visor, and headphones of course. Promoting a new breed of safety minded, helmet wearing, tech savvy bikers.
HanspostedA useful website idea: I want to be able to fill out a short survey about what I want in a cell phone and have all carriers and plans in a comparison chart. It would show all online and in store deals along with which stores had their own deals. It might look like searching a flight on Bing. You would also put in your zip code to find user submitted service reliability. #freeideas @freeideasco
Ben BarrethpostedSide effects site where consumers add their own side effects for medications, then a machine learning AI algorithm scans all the various drug variations to figure out previously unknown deadly combinations of drug cocktails.
Debasis PandapostedWhat about a smart stick for blind people that will have following features:
1) Guide them routes(stick is connected to ear phone)
2) If anything obstacles comes in front of them the stick will vibrate
3) Get synced with their mobile
HanspostedPaintball to the crotch. Just like ice bucket challenge videos but instead a paintball to the crotch or 250$ to wounded veterans. Imagine the youtube hits and money raised for those who deserve it.
HanspostedTour Guide or Your Guide. A traveler's audio guide app linked to google maps location services. Users could fill out a survey of their preferences: categories of history, recent events, nightlife, high society, etc. and choose which to listen to while traveling through an area. Much like audio tours at a museum, but instead everywhere on Earth.
A free subscription to jokes texted to your phone daily with small ads attached at the bottom. Share the jokes with your friends to brighten everyone's day. Selling ads would keep it free and make someone a lot of money. Very very low startup cost and high profitability potential. A programmer to make the sight appealing and functional, a marketer to spread the word on social websites, and a salesman to sell ad space on the daily jokes.