The robot butler is one of the first attractions. The Robot Butler takes the hat of anyone who enters the museum. He'll also follow people around and take their hats if they end up wearing some again.
A briefcase designed to attract cars while the user sleeps. If a car drives by, the brief case opens to release a robot that flashes the word stop from the area where its mouth is. It appears not to take kindly to being tricked or laughed at.
A large table that takes the object directly in front of it and wraps it in clear plastic before putting a ribbon around it and depositing the package down a slide. It is dangerous as it takes anything in front of it, living or inanimate.
Robot Nurse Maid
A baby buggy designed to care for infants. It sings lullabies, plays with the babies, tickles them, and plays This Little Piggy with them. It also produces milk to feed the baby. The Nurse Maid also has a belt to stop the baby from falling out. The Nurse Maid also changes diapers. The only problem is when the Nurse Maid gives milk, it takes a bottle and slams the bottom of it, spraying the baby with milk.
Mechanical Barber Chair
A fully automated barber's chair that costs 25 cents. The barber chair takes the customer's hat, clamps them in, and begins cutting their hair while a pair of hands at the bottom shine the customer's shoes. Apparently, if the chair tosses someone up, and they end up upside down in the chair, the barber will work on the customer's rear while the hands shine the person's face or hands.
- Modern Inventions - Donald Duck, 1937