Small Talk: If you were in charge of Santa's toys....
Sunday, December 7, 2014
T-G Photos by Jim Davis
Students from Liberty School.
I would design a suit case type case that you have a mini t.v.
and several different types of gaming systems that could
be played on the small television. It would also have a battery
that would last for several days without recharging. It would
be very popular for camp outs, parties and tail gating.
I would create soft ware for a computer where you could design
a life size play house that could then be created in 3-D in your
back yard. You could save each play house for another time
and design a new one and create a new one as many times
as you wanted.
You would have a dial that you would turn to different types
of sports and then you would have complete teams and
you would be part of the a team that would compete against
the other team. All of it would be in holograms.
It would be a virtual reality device that would not have goggles
but you would stand in a dome and play the adventure type games.
You would not be using a controller to make yourself move
around and fire a weapon, you would be doing it all yourself
like you were really in the action and not watching it on a
I would design a life sized Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle that
could carry on an intelligent conservation with little kids. It
would have extreme technology that would allow the Turtle
to process the question and answer it intelligently.
I would design a fictional card game that would be displayed
on a 3-D board. It would be aimed at seven to ten year olds
that like to play those types of card games.
A Nerf gun that shoots paint filled water balloons. There would
several different designs of guns from pistols to shot guns to
rifles to machine guns; there would be plenty to choose from.
I would design a shirt to change colors through out the day.
Like the mood ring but it would be a mood shirt that the
color would reflect your feelings.
It is a device that sits on your table that you use to design the toy
you want for yourself or to give some for Christmas. What you
design is then built and sent to you on Christmas eve in time
for Christmas morning.