1. Miracle Fruit
This small, little fruit is the master of disguise. After eating the miracle fruit, the sour receptors of your mouth are rewired to taste things as sweet for an hour or so. Lemons taste like lemon candy, and other things that you wouldn’t consider sweet are sweet as can be. Such a mighty force in such a small piece of fruit.
2. The World’s Smallest Camera
This camera is as small as a grain of salt. And it may be tiny, but it has a resolution of 62,500 pixels. And while that is unimpressive in comparison to current camera phones on the market, it’s amazing the clarity that can be made from this microscopic camera. It’s current uses are for medical endoscopes in surgeries.
3. MiO Energy
MiO Energy is a liquid drink enhancer that fits in your pocket! In its tiny package, you can have multiple energy drinks at your disposal. Many great things in this tiny package, and you can have energy wherever you need it!
4. A One Room Apartment With 20 Configurations
This apartment may not be as small as the other things on this list, but it sure is a sight to behold! Gary Chang’s one room studio (250 square ft) is designed to make most of the tight space. Sliding walls transform the room into 20 different configurations!
5. Smallest USB Stick
It’s the smallest USB stick in the world, but it still holds up to 16 GB of data! That’s enough to hold 4,000 songs.
6. Dog Trackers
Dog trackers are an easy way to keep track of Fido. The collar may be slightly bulkier than a normal one, but it’s still small enough to give you a big peace of mind when you need to find him.
7. The World’s Smallest Fuel Cell
This battery is just 3 millimetres across. The creation of such a small battery has great implications in greener electronics. How do they pack all that energy in such a tiny battery?
8. The World’s Smallest Telescope
This telescope is the size of an apple seed. The device is implanted into the eye to help patients suffering from age-related macular degeneration. It redirects light entering the eye away from the macula. Small telescope, big results!