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For new audio installations, a coating of adhesive that would let you put the wire up in any way you want. Great for college dorms and pre- wiring homes before putting up the drywall. Sticky stuff that could be light adhesive like on postit notes or perhaps washable jelly-plastic like those toys that emulate gecko fingers. EMG idea, thanks!
What if your speaker wires actually showed you the music inside it? If they had sensitive enough materials, they might be able to show rising and falling e.q. Levels. The data could be simply and grossly translated into LED musical beauty, pulsing with the rhythm of the music being pumped through it.
After attending my recent caucus (and becoming a delegate), I realized that my neighbors are pretty cool. Then I got to thinking that maybe my republican neighbors could also be cool and also be in need of community. So the idea is to have our caucus event be a whole day of local politics. Meet your people and share ideas on how to make your neighborhood better, no matter which side of the aisle you're on.
Same nano tech used in my warm baby blanket idea. Rub the towel and it gets warm. Needs some kind of fiber that lets electrons move around. Perhaps it might work with a fiber made up of small amounts of magnetite or a ferrous material. Comes with a small rare earth magnet to "activate" the heat by moving electrons quickly.