The 19th-century visionary Andrew Jackson Davis
predicted the typewriter in 1856, picturing it as a "soul-writer" for poets:
I am almost moved to invent an automatic psychographer; that is, an artificial soul-writer. It may be constructed something like a piano; one brace or scale of keys to represent the elementary sounds; another and lower tier, to represent a combination; and still another, for a rapid recombination; so that a person, instead of playing a piece of music, may touch off a sermon or a poem!
For his vision of the future automobile, see Futility Closet
Sara Soares writes:
What a brilliant idea!
I'm sure you are the right person to build such a thing.