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Tech Entrepreneurs Identified and Filled an Apparent Market Need

Started by Brother Mythos, April 27, 2024, 07:07:44 PM

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Brother Mythos

Yes, these enterprising tech entrepreneurs, apparently, did their market research. They appear to have listened to their customers' feedback, conducted surveys, held focus groups, and identifying a "market need." And then, they developed a new product specifically designed to fill that "market need."

The end result of all of their entrepreneurial efforts is the Thermonator, the first-ever flamethrower-wielding robot dog! It's available for the low, low price of $ 9,420.00, and that includes free US shipping!

The Thermonator is advertised as being equipped with the ARC Flamethrower to deliver on-demand fire anywhere! It has a 1 hour battery (So, the battery is included!), a 30 ft. firing range, and WiFi + Bluetooth. The Thermonator is also advertised as being ready for anything, including wildfire control and prevention, agricultural management, ecological conservation, snow and ice removal, and entertainment and SFX.

You can order your very own quadruped firepower companion here:      The Thermonator

These tech entrepreneurs are determined to make the World a better place, with the release of their new wonder robot dog. Ain't modern techmology grand!

Brother Mythos

Those tech savvy entrepreneurs have developed yet another technological wonder, this time for the personal healthcare products marketplace. This new high-tech device will allow you to look at your teeth, up close and personal, while you're brushing them.

"Video-enabled toothbrush offers a fresh look at your teeth"

As per the article:

"ONVI claims the Prophix is the first-ever video toothbrush. It is aimed at allowing users to see the condition of their teeth and to better understand their oral health. In order to do this, it pairs with an accompanying iOS app via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. There's an Android version of the app in development.

The Prophix features an in-built camera capable of capturing 1080p video that allows users to watch a live feed of their brushing via the app and see if they are missing any spots. It's also able to capture 10-megapixel photos that can be saved via the app so as to track the condition of areas of interest in the mouth over time."

Here's the link:   The Video-enabled Toothbrush

Also, as per the article:

"The Prophix is available for pre-order at a discounted price of US$299, with the eventual retail price to be set at $399. It is scheduled to ship in the first quarter of next year."

So, if the ol' bathroom mirror just isn't good enough for your tooth brushing needs, this may be the product for you.

Brother Mythos

Enterprising tech entrepreneurs have once again done their market research, listened to customers' feedback, etc., and developed the hardware and software to fill another 'market need.' And, what makes this really special is the use of an identification scanner and facial recognition software!

"Bullets being sold out of vending machines in some U.S. grocery stores"

As per this article:

"A company has installed computerized vending machines to sell ammunition in grocery stores in Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas, allowing patrons to pick up bullets along with a gallon of milk.

American Rounds said their machines use an identification scanner and facial recognition software to verify the purchaser's age and are as "quick and easy" to use as a computer tablet. But advocates worry that selling bullets out of vending machines will lead to more shootings in the U.S., where gun violence killed at least 33 people on Independence Day alone.

The company maintains the age-verification technology means that the transactions are as secure, or more secure, than online sales, which may not require the purchaser to submit proof of age, or at retail stores, where there is a risk of shoplifting."

Here's the link to this article:      Ammunition Now Available in Vending Machines

Yes, thanks to 'Merican entrepreneurial spirit, another redneck wet dream has achieved reality!