Mornings are hard. You don't want to get out of bed, but you have to pee. You don't want to put on clothes, but you can't go to work naked. You don't want to pick up the box, but you have to eat your cereal.
Turns out that last one can be avoided if you have a cereal-serving crane head device to scoop your breakfast for you.
This keppie crane, built by designer and artist Dominic Wilcox, transfers dry cereal from box to bowl with a couple of joysticks. It looks cool, for sure, and the idea of getting to use it might actually propel you out of bed. It even pours the milk for you, so your gentle, freshly woken hands don't have to be burdened.
Wilcox was commissioned by Kellogg's to manufacture the design along with six other silly "Brek Tech" ideas including a "soggy-o-meter" cereal sogginess timer, a robot spoon, and a device that amplifies the sounds of cereal's snaps, crackles, and pops. While the breakfast crane isn't heading for mass production, we sure wish it were. Watch it in action the full video below.
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