Invention mining, also known as “invention harvesting,” is the art of engaging with an engineer or scientist to identify and capture inventions, including those that might otherwise go unrecognized.
Brown spent his lunch hour the day after the party shopping for small plastic kazoo-like toys.
So far, Stikii Shoes — the name refers to colorful patches and emblems that children can stick on the shoes — is in its infancy.
Ray began working with a friend with access to a 3-D printer, searching for something that would work better than the pen.
Adam Pauze is one of those people.
Mad Scientists features amateur inventors, weekend scientists and eccentric engineers who make outrageous “toys” out of everyday products, according to a news release.
Ogwang is a BeadforLife success story.
The Lock-A-Bye is a beautifully crafted, fully secured Tote Bag that’s great for the workplace, great to take on vacation, great to take anywhere!
“The Greenline has brought a lot of attention to cycling, but Memphis has had a very strong bike culture for a long time,” said Royer, who co-owns Outdoors Inc.
For Alex Mittal, inspiration hit while doing the heavy lifting portion of giving back, building a water system in Honduras on an Engineers without Boarders trip in 2005.