Log in   •   Sign up   •   Subscribe  feed icon

Articles at InventorSpot.com

Stem Cell Powder Re-grows Limbs

The McGowan Institute of Regenerative Medicine at The University of Pittsburgh and the Brook Army Medical Center are trying to make at least one of the tales of science fiction a reality for modern soldiers who have lost a part of their body in service to their country.

JBL Introduces Futuristic iPod Speaker Dock

Finding a cool speaker setup for your iPod can be a difficult task. There are a variety of different speakers out there, but there are only a few that aren’t boring. JBL Home Audio has a solution as they’ve introduced a new product with a futuristic look.

The Advanced Taser C2: The Ultimate Personal Defense Device?

Taser International, the well known and trusted manufacturer of taser guns for police departments, security personnel and the military, has come out with a great new product for personal defense.

Do Something Good For The Environment and Make Art Out of Junk

Artist Steve Oatway creates works of art from junk he finds laying around.

The First Multiple Personality End Table: Fletcha

When Brazilian designer Rafael Morgan thought about creating his Fletcha Side Table, he was reacting to the historically static nature of tables. We change our moods and our needs, the world is changing all the time, he thought. Why not have a table that we can change when our moods or needs change? The result: an anything but static, bright red, multiple-personalitied end table to function, challenge, or express just what you want.

Newest Device in Anti-Kidnapping Systems

The newest in anti-kidnapping devices has just become available due to the manufacturing genius of LL Electronics. The device is called the Hostage Tracking System and it can track above and below the ground. I

Cell Phones Go Green: Send Text Messages On “Bio-Plastic”

Samsung introduces its new cell phones and the environmentally friendly methods used to make them.

In Japan, Pets Have Their OWND Oxygen Cafe

It remains to be seen if the oxygenating capsule for humans or dogs is going to have legs as the hottest health and fitness craze, but in Japan anything and everything is worth a try. So if you happen to be in the vicinity of the Yoyogi Uehara station in Tokyo, stop by with your dog or cat and let him try out the OWND Cafe special!

Waboba Ball Bounces On Water

Created by Swedish inventor Jan von Heland, the Waboba Ball has one special feature: being able to bounce on water.

The Glo Pillow: An Alarm Clock That's Not Annoying

We all despise the aggravating sound an alarm clock makes. It wakes us up from a deep sleep, interferes with pleasant dreams and signals that it’s time to unwillingly get out of bed and start the day. But what if you could wake up without unnecessary noise?

PC911 Converts Old into Useful and Saves Green

Isn't it wonderful when a company, especially a small one with limited financial resources does what it can to limit its environmental impact? That's what Chad and his family is doing. Chad is taking steps to turn his small business, PC911, into a green one little by little.

Say What? Pet Plants That Talk To YOU!

If there's anything that USB can't power, please let me know. At least this talking digital pot called the Pet Plant is only a concept. I can't imagine one more device being hooked up to my computer, especially a pet. But wait... there is something to be said for this concept by designer Junyi Heo.

Sega's New Female Robot Sings, Dances, Kisses

Meet E.M.A., Sega's new female robot! She sings, she dances, she hands out business cards and... she'll give you a kiss if you come within reach. You know you want to.

The Beater Blade: Best Blade On The Block

New Metro Design has discovered and is busy filling a need in the kitchen appliance industry with the introduction of its Beater Blade. This beater blade appeals to the chef in all of us who love to use our standing mixers to create cookies, frostings and cheesecakes that make us proud (and sometimes fat) but hate scraping out the bowl.

The Cat's In Style!

Cats are born snobs, and as they age they just get more finicky. The cat in this picture is obviously living in style and happy about it. And Cat's In Style just happens to be the name of these uppity cat designs created by Marly Gommans, a Dutch interior designer.

Flip Video Camera Shrinks Down In Size

Pure Digital Technologies recently unveiled the newest addition to their line of camcorders, The Flip Mino (pronounced “minnow”). Priced at about $179, the new device has claimed to be easier to use, smaller and more affordable than other camcorders.


Site Announcements - June 15, 2008

InventorSpot.com is pleased to annouce that a new writer will be joining our writing team. Joshua Khan is a freelance writer who currently resides in Kitchener, Ontario. Joshua will be our Sports and Lifestyle Tech Writer. You can read his blog here.

Joshua recently received his diploma in Journalism-Print from Conestoga College where he started writing about varsity sports, music and entertainment. He recommends keeping a bookmark on his blog if you're interested in the latest sports and entertainment innovations.

We hope you enjoy his blog.

InventorSpot.com Team

The Smock Chair Says "Convivio" To All Who Enter

"Smock" is an old fashioned word for this sleek ultra-modern chair, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, the famed Italian upholstered furniture house. But take a closer look and you will see where Ms. Urquiola got her inspiration....

'Tokyo Sky Tree' to Tower Over Tokyo Skyline

Tokyo Sky Tree is expected to soar 2003 feet (610 meters) into the sky above Japan's capitol city by late 2011, making it the nation's tallest man-made structure.