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Pete Vinal from Wilmington invented the Drink Genie, and it’s safe to say it grants the wishes of those constantly on the go.
In late 2007, Timothy Bourke presented brother, Andrew Bourke with the idea to create a device that would eliminate the need to tie and untie knots, allowing anyone to secure (and un-secure) items when having to use rope.
The gadget made it into 132 Fred Meyer stores in June, but staying there meant selling at least 480.
Inventor Sir Harry Coover worked for the Eastman Kodak Company in 1942, and was actually trying to find the best material to make a transparent plastic gun sight.
If you’ve thought of something great, then well done, but it’s only the easiest part that’s over.
Harvey Lacey says turning polluting materials such as plastic bags and Styrofoam into building blocks is a sustainable option.
“A driveway is no more than a shuffleboard for leaves and debris and so I was working on this thing for three years and because I got tired of leaves blowing in my garage,” Hayes said.
Floating solar panels soaking up the sun on Italy’s Lake Colignola will provide a cost-effective, more visually attractive way to harness the sun’s power, says its inventor, Marco Rosa-Clot.
A project that began in response to a lumpy bowl of Malt-O-Meal is now, after nearly a decade of tinkering in his spare time, ready to hit the market.