Now the Etch-a-Sketch, that beloved toy which started life in the 1960s and amused children for the next three decades, is coming back – thanks to the help of the iPad.
The defibrillator is still a work in progress, but Strauss recently filed an application with the U.S.
LIFE magazine has put together an interesting collection of dumb inventions.
Scientists still say they are desperate to learn the secret of ‘Starlite’ – and the inventor’s family may have it.
During World War II, wives of American military officers who lived at the Eagle Pass.
This inverted bumbershoot forms a waterproof cocoon around a small dog, enabling canine and master to maintain a walking regimen in inclement weather.
The significance of Katsaros’s invention is that it stands to provide light for the 1.4 billion people who live beyond the reach of a power grid, as well as for those who use kerosene lamps to light their homes and workplaces.
Is your clipboard bullet and stab proof?
Back at his garage workshop, Schendel began assembling what he calls the “Grabbinator”, which is mostly metal (Schendel is also an expert welder), but also has plastic components.
Molasses spills were not in the design specs, but he is still experimenting with the product and thought it was worth a try.