A Japanese inventor has created a syringe alternative which will offer needle-free, painless injections. Similar solutions have been created before, but most of them are too expensive to be viable.
This device, called "Mother's Kiss," uses little plastic ampules to deliver the medication.
Cheaper and safer than traditional syringes, this invention is ideal for developing countries where sharing needles causes disease to spread like wildfire.
Implications - Consumers in modern society are looking for more comfort. Products that feature an element of ease appeal to those who want practicality with something that feels good as well. Companies attempting to solidify their name on the market could develop more items with this in mind.