Mahmoud Shaheen, a 55-year-old chemistry professor, started investigating the possibility of generating electricity at home a long time before the bombing of the generators.
Just because it’s easier to get into inventing, doesn’t mean it’s any likelier to eke out a personal net profit.
Joel Braun came up with a less-lethal mashup that stuns, shoots, blinds and sprays its targets.
The result is the SleepTracker, a watch-like monitor and alarm that users wear on their wrists to record their sleep patterns and awaken them at an optimal time within the window they have chosen.
He’s formed a company called NGC Industries with Springfield businessman and landlord Thomas A.
During the Great Storm of 1703, he and five others perished when they refused to leave the lighthouse, guiding ships from the rocks, and the tower collapsed.
The RoboShower™ is rectangular in design with over 20″ double-wide adaptable and one-of-a-kind head.
O’Neal calls the device the “YouTurn.” It’s a glove worn by the cyclist on which an arrow lights up showing which way the biker intends to turn.
The device, invented by Philadelpia experimenter W W McFarlane required three pieces of stove pipe stuck to a board as an aerial.
Mad Scientists features amateur inventors, weekend scientists and eccentric engineers who make outrageous “toys” out of everyday products, according to a news release.