I only recently heard about the "Internet of Things" in which "interactive objects" are seamlessly integrated with the Internet. This is the future of the Internet and here is a good example of one such interactive thing that is already here!
Don Brown was working as a personal trainer when he came up with the idea for the Ab Roller. His simple invention has been purchased by over 10 million people and is one of the most successful fitness products ever sold. Since then he has created, patented and marketed dozens of profitable inventions. Don has figured out how to turn simple ideas into million dollar products. Video #1 - Don visits Bassler/Williamsport Pattern Works, a company that provides prototyping services to clients. Lou Bassler, owner of the company, explains how to take an idea from paper to a physical prototype (rough sketch to CAD model). Video #2 - Lou explains fused deposition modeling for prototyping. Video #3 - Lou explains rotocasting and rotomolding for prototyping.
In the December 2014 issue: 1. Super Soaker creator awarded $72.9M from Hasbro; 2. Anti-gravity treadmill offers special benefits; 3. An invention with real specs appeal! Clever new glasses help short-sighted woman apply makeup; 4. Where BlackBerry's ousted CEO went wrong; and 5. Monthly Features, including: a. Why didn't I think of that! b. Garage Inventor; c. Inventor of the Month; d. Legit or Farce? e. Truth is Stranger than Fiction; f. Crazy Invention of the Month; g. Green Inventions; h. Upcoming Events; and i. Inventor Education. Please visit http://www.inventionpatenting.com/inventor-news-and-tips-newsletter.html to sign up for your FREE subscription. The latest issue is emailed to you immediately upon signing up!
The EPO today announced the winners of the European Inventor Award 2013, which honours outstanding inventors for their contribution to social, economic and technological progress. Some 500 guests attended the award ceremony at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam.
You ever see a new product and immediately think "I could have thought of that?" and then repeatedly kick yourself for the rest of the day for not being a gazillionaire? Yes yes, we've all been there. And we're right. We could have been gazillionaires. All of us. Yet for some reason we didn't patent our "pizza scissors" or "remote control bottle opener."
The Chinese inventor who dreamed up the electronic cigarette in a nicotine-induced vision says that despite its global popularity, copycat versions and legal disputes mean he has battled to cash in on his creation.
In the latest Inventor News and Tips Newsletter is the story of Michael J. Lindell, Inventor of the MyPillow, which he invented to solve a sleep problem he was having. His pillow would "go flat" every night giving him neck-aches and uncomfortable sleep. So he developed the MyPillow, which is filled with hundreds foam pieces of three different shapes that interlock to keep the pillow in the desired shape. This is an excellent example of how a "low tech" invention can be successful even in today's "high tech" world if it solves a real problem that many people have. Be sure to view the videos including the infomercial, the pillow adjustment, and the radio interview with the inventor. Also, be sure to sign up for your FREE subscription to Inventor News and Tips Newsletter at: http://www.inventionpatenting.com/inventor-news-and-tips-newsletter.html
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One of the most promising applications of 3D printing is the customization of everyday objects to the most personal and variable thing we possess - our bodies. A new example of this is the Blizzident toothbrush, which is made possible by two intersecting technologies - 3D scanning and 3D printing. The result is a toothbrush shaped exactly like your teeth.
Section 3 of the America Invents Act moves the United States from a first-to-invent system to a first-inventor-to-file system. While the applicant must still be an inventor of the claimed invention, it is no longer required that the inventor be the first true inventor, but rather only the first inventor to file or publicly disclose the invention. No longer will the date of invention/conception be the key date in determining patentability. The purpose of the change is to place the U.S. in harmony with other developed countries, which utilize some form of the first-to-file system, while ensuring the individual who obtains a patent is a true inventor.
The GEET Fuel Processor is a dynamic fuel-exhaust recycling device, invented by Paul Pantone, that connects to internal combustion engines between the air intake and the exhaust. It is an on-board, compact plasma fuel refinery that claims to render just about any liquid into usable and highly volatile fuel by cultivating electromagnetic and other energy fields. The inventor's story is an intriguing mystery story. He was sued as being a fraud, ended up in a Utah mental hospital, yet still insists that his invention is legitimate. Read the story and decide for yourself, then make your choice and click on the 'Vote' button. See what your inventor peers think by clicking on the 'View' button to see the results to-date. Be sure to read the other interesting articles in our 'Inventor News and Tips Newsletter' and get your own subscription at the right side of the web page or by visiting: http://www.inventionpatenting.com/inventor-news%20and%20tips-newsletter.html
Grant stokes Largo teen's invention: workout gear for the disabled Northwest News and Tribune After hearing about the grant through the school's entrepreneurship program, he entered the competition of about 80 applicants in April and judges and...
University of Michigan celebrates record number of inventions MLive.com The Office of Technology Transfer has seen significant growth in the number of inventions at the university during the past two years.
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