Un-clutter Your Rooftop For Santa

Every year Santa lands on my roof and manages to screw up my TV antenna’s position and thereby ruining the reception. Is it asking too much from him to park his reindeer on my neighbor’s roof instead? Since my pleas to him are falling on deaf ears, I’m gonna be well prepared for 2009. I’m going to get myself this sexy-techie-named-thing: The Laser Beam Frequency Collection Device!

This smart device measures only 6 inches across and is made from very durable materials. Powered by solar energy for day use and relying a rechargeable battery for nighttime, the thing catches perfecto signals even during rough weathers.

Discreet and simple, hopefully Santa will like this cutsie and will graciously sidestep it!

Designer: IDEA

6 Comments

  • Henrique Staino says:

    How does this work exactly?

  • MadCow says:

    what exactly is the proposed technology being used here? infra-red? lasers? pixie-beams?

    this won’t be replacing antennas as analog signals are being phased out all around the world, digital signals are the way to go. if this is meant to replace the satellite dishes then it needs some sort of way to rotate and align. As well you will need some type of strategy to catch those pesky leprechauns to get your hands on their pixie beams.

  • Brian says:

    What is it, a fancy antenna? How is this better than the current ones especially given that antennas aren’t really used for home reception in most areas and cable is now has the majority of viewers, not broadcast reception. Might have been interesting in the 1980s but very behind the times now.

  • Lamah says:

    How is a water sprinkler with an upward-pointing laser going to help with your TV reception?

  • Bubbles says:

    Not even going to go into technical feasibility. I wonder what the FAA will say about this?

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