Invented by Rachel Leo and Joseph Pedott, The Clapper is a device that “uses a sound-activated switch sensitive to hand clapping, to turn off and on any two appliances that are plugged into it depending on the number of times you clap.” Commercial after the break.

At one time the Clapper only had one outlet, but Clapper now features two outlets that are activated separately by two or three claps. New features also include home/away monitors so that devices can be turned on when you are away when the Clapper detects a person

Invented by Rachel Leo and Joseph Pedott, The Clapper is a device that “uses a sound-activated switch sensitive to hand clapping, to turn off and on any two appliances that are plugged into it depending on the number of times you clap.” Commercial after the break.

At one time the Clapper only had one outlet, but Clapper now features two outlets that are activated separately by two or three claps. New features also include home/away monitors so that devices can be turned on when you are away when the Clapper detects a person