Back in the 70s, bell bottom pants were in fashion. The old folks of that generation would then joke about how these would be able to sweep floors. The joke lives on now, in this particular invention, in the form of shoes.
The FOKI, developed by Adika Titut Triyugo, is a pair of shoes developed to clean floors, making sweeping floors a lot easier and less painful on the back. Built underneath the shoes are rotary cleaners that sweep up dust and kill bacteria. It’s cordless, but an LCD monitor built on the side indicates battery levels. The shoes have this science fiction-inspired look and come with socket chargers.