When we think about the future we imagine amazing gadgets that we can use daily to help make life easier. Imagining futuristic products help inspire and motivate us when we think of all the possibilities! Today we’ll be showcasing futuristic products ideas which are in development!

Featuring some clever ideas like a  toaster that toasts your bread and piles it up for you, neatly, a fry holder with a built-in ketchup pocket and a yogurt container that has a lid that turns into a spoon! Like you we hope to see these futuristic product ideas in stores soon!

1. This toaster that toasts your bread and piles it up for you, neatly.

George Watson / Via designboom.com

2. Or this toast launcher, because using hands is overrated.

Ivo Vos / Via ivovos.com

3. This toothbrush that turns into a fountain that’ll rinse your mouth.

David Ponce / Via ohgizmo.com

4. This single-serving butter that has a lid you can use as a butter knife.

Yeongkeun Jeong / Via yankodesign.com

5. This gum container that lets you save your gum TWO different ways.

Gonglue Jiang / Via yankodesign.com

Because you’re never around a trash can when you want to spit it out for a new piece.

6. This fry holder with a built-in ketchup pocket.

BunJuPun / Via bunjupun.blogspot.it

Behold, the POCKETCHUP.

7. These seed containers that make planting seem so much more doable.

RAGINI SAHAI / Via raginisahai.com#/seedspoon/

RAGINI SAHAI / Via raginisahai.com#/seedspoon/

8. A drip-catcher coffee mug.

Kim Keun Ae / Via yankodesign.com/05/29/a-drip-free-world/

Kim Keun Ae / Via yankodesign.com/05/29/a-drip-free-world/

Because getting up to get a napkin to clean your coffee spills is too much work.

9. This self-opening container of milk.

Raw Edges / Via inspirationfeed.com

10. This color-scanning, color-adapting pen.

Jin Sun Park / Via dornob.com

11. This cake pan with a taste-tester portion.

Talia Wiener

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Talia Wiener

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12. This revolutionary “chopoon” utensil.

Aïssa Logerot / Via yankodesign.com/12/18/chopoon-or-spooncho/

Aïssa Logerot / Via yankodesign.com/12/18/chopoon-or-spooncho/

Even if you’re a chopsticks pro, getting those tiny bits of rice is ridic hard.

13. Or this clever cup lid.

Bae Su-kyoo and Noh Haeun / Viayankodesign.com/07/16/ketchup-on-the-top/

Bae Su-kyoo and Noh Haeun / Viayankodesign.com/07/16/ketchup-on-the-top/

Because fries make you real thirsty.

14. This ingeniously easy-to-open bag of chips.

Junpyo Kim / Via behance.net

15. This shell-collecting nut bowl.

Claus Jensen & Henrik Holbaek / Via yankodesign.com

16. This trash can that helps you tie knots without the gross hassle.

Yijin Chou, Cing-En Chen, Yu-Chi Liao, and Shin-Han Shen / Via yankodesign.com

17. This cake cutter and server contraption.

Urban Butik / Via yankodesign.com

18. This triple-threat utensil set.

DesignWright / Via designwright.co.uk

19. This dustpan that traps the dust for you.

Bill Ward / Via quirky.com

20. This single-hand bandage dispenser that saves you from opening an actual box.

Vivi Feng and Yu-Ping Chuang / Via thedieline.com

Ain’t nobody got time to open a box when you’re gushing blood everywhere.

21. This biodegradable, all-in-one fast-food tray.

Ian Gilley / Via behance.net/1284855/Fast-Food-Packaging

Ian Gilley / Via behance.net/1284855/Fast-Food-Packaging

22. This two-in-one paint bucket and roller tray.

FLEX/the INNOVATIONLAB / Via behance.net

23. This easily accessible sock package.

Stine Strand / Via behance.net

Again, stop with the boxes, companies. I want to wear my new socks as soon as I walk out of the store.

24. This beautifully assembled nail box.

Enle Li / Via behance.net

So you don’t poke your hands when reaching for perilously sharp nails.

25. These squeezable shampoo and soap bottles that stick to the wall.

Jung Hyun Jee / Via yankodesign.com

26. This yogurt container that has a lid that turns into a spoon.

Cho Hye-seung / Via yankodesign.com/04/07/spooning-the-yogurt/

Cho Hye-seung / Via yankodesign.com/04/07/spooning-the-yogurt/

27. This soap package that dissolves in the shower.

Aaron Mickelson / Via disappearingpackage.com

Not only is this ridiculously eco-friendly, it requires little to no skill in opening boxes!

28. This no-clutter ladder of cough drops.

Andrew Zo / Via andrewzo.com

Andrew Zo / Via andrewzo.com

29. This mess-free to-go sandwich box.

Ana Gabriela Castañeda Solano / Via behance.net/Take-Away/2333282

Ana Gabriela Castañeda Solano / Via behance.net/Take-Away/2333282

via buzzfeed