10 Things You May Not Have Realized were Invented Between 2015 – 2020

The last half-decade has been a remarkable time for innovation and inventions. Consider the following breakthroughs that hit the scene from 2015 to 2020. These notable inventions are helping people improve their lives.

The Levitating Lightbulb

If you want a lightbulb that levitates, you can now get one thanks to Gleagle. The company has released an extensive range of levitating light products. When the power goes off, the lightbulb snaps back into place. For people who want a tech device that will impress friends, this one is it.

PlayStation VR

People who desire to immerse themselves in the world of Virtual Reality can now do so easily with the PlayStation VR. The new version of the PlayStation ships with all the accessories needed to enjoy VR games. PS VR is a simple, turnkey way to get access to the best experiences and games using a familiar gaming console.

Gravity Blankets

Gravity blankets are weighted blankets that provide customers with specific health benefits. The additional weight helps alleviate stress and assists people with restless leg syndrome. Gravity blankets come in an assortment of sizes and colors, so finding one is straightforward. For people who wish to combat stress, these blankets are an accessible option.

The StreetSaw Hoverboard

StreetSaw introduced several hoverboards in 2017 to address the chronic issues most fans of the devices deal with regularly. One of the biggest issues is the battery power. StreetSaw uses Samsung batteries, which provide up to six hours of usage.

Jibo The Robot

Jibo is the first wide-release relatable robot. Unlike other robotic assistants, Jibo has a more humanized look and feel. Jibo does all the things you expect a friendly robot to do with a pleasant demeanor. The project for Jibo was crowd-funded on Indiegogo. It is the first social robot of its kind.

The Carry-on Closet

For travelers, efficiency is a vital quality. The Carry-on Closet is a recent innovation that helps them achieve optimal packing for trips. The unit is a carry-on bag that has integrated shelving.

This keeps the clothes organized while eliminating the need to unpack. When you hang it in any closet, it will expand automatically. When that happens, the traveler gains access to three built-in shelves and other features.

The Folding Bike Helmet

Bikers have long struggled with the issue of what to do with their helmet when they’re not riding. That’s no longer a problem due to the Folding Bike Helmet. Now, it’s easier than ever to fold and unfold the helmet, so it’s available when needed.

Xbox Adaptive Controller

The Xbox Adaptive Controller is a unified hub that empowers gamers (especially ones with limited mobility) to create their perfect environment. With the device, anyone can connect mounts, buttons, switches, and joysticks in any manner they desire.

Solar Powered Jacket

The Solar Powered Jacket solves several problems for people attending outdoor events. The jacket uses the sun’s power to heat itself and also light up the coat. The extra warmth helps you stay healthy while the lights protect you by keeping you visible.

Roomba Self-Emptying Vacuum

The iRobot Roomba i7+ is the world’s first vacuum that can empty itself. For people who prefer as much automation as possible when cleaning, this is a significant breakthrough. iRobot continues to pioneer the world of robotic vacuuming, and the i7+ represents a further step forward in the war on dirty floors.


Innovations and inventions are coming faster than ever, and the market is very accepting of them. People continue to want to make their lives more accessible and comfortable, and these inventions help them do that.


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