Top 10 Inventions by Thomas Edison (That You've Never Heard Of
Electrographic Vote recorder: The 112th U.S. Congress convenes on Capitol Hill. The Senate still uses voice.
Pneumatic Stencil Pen: In a roundabout way, Edison had a hand in that ink. He also sported his own tattoo.
Magnetic Ore separator: Edison saw dollar signs in magnets. Unfortunately, that didn’t pan out financially.
The Electric Power Meter: An array of meters, which prove handy when you’re trying to figure out how much power a person or business is consuming.
Method of Preserving Fruit: Another Edison invention came about from the laboratory's work with glass vacuum tubes while developing.
Alkaline Battery for Electric Cars: You were a little ahead of your time on this one, Edison. Also, those batteries didn’t work too well.
Concrete House: Would Edison approve of this modern day concrete house located in Marina del Rey.
Concrete Furniture: Concrete furniture is perfectly fine for outside, but is it what you’re looking for in your couch potato moments.
Phonograph for Dolls or Other Toys: As far as we know, Edison did not dabble in phonographs for dogs. Dolls, yes. Dogs, no.
The Spirit Phone:Wouldn’t it be cool if you could just dial up a spirit.