The P.I.D.D. Personal Irritation Dispersion Device allows the user to safely express anger at televised programs.
Wouldn't you like to be able to throw tomatoes or bricks at your TV whenever you favorite sports team loses? How about "shooting" those stupid commercials? The P.I.D.D Personal Irritation Dispersion Device allows you to do just that. It is an electronic feedback system designed to work with a television set to let viewers actively express their anger in a physical manner, toward televised events, without harming the television.
Viewers can express their anger by throwing "objects" at the screen. Clearly, such a system should appeal to millions of viewers, from sports fans to political junkies. Televised test marketing has been completed indicating strong consumer interest in the P.I.D.D. Personal irritation Dispersion Device.
The Patent Pending P.I.D.D. Personal Irritation Dispersion Device was invented by Louella Bourbeaux of Calico, CA, who said, "Put simply, the P.I.D.D. Personal Irritation Dispersion Device equips any television with an electronic and kinetic feedback system - a system designed to let the viewer throw "objects" at the screen - from "tomatoes" and "bricks" to "hand-grenades" - and even to "shoot" the TV with a plastic handgun. When struck by the "objects" or shot by the "gun," the screen displays the smashed fruit, or a "shattered" screen, or a bullet-hole - all of which, like the "objects" and the "gun," are programmed, through embedded micro-chips and a micro-processor, to result in graphic images on the screen."
EDITOR'S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107 New York, NY 10123. Tel: 212-620-2629
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