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Welcome to Chuao. Chuao is to chocolate what Beluga is to caviar. A transcendental experience. read more »
And are addicted to enhancing your system with every new technological innovation that becomes available?
Then the Harman Kardon SoundSticks II three-piece system is probably custom built for you.
Our Guest Blogger, Ashton Udall, is a partner at Global Sourcing Specialists. Ashton recently interviewed Barbara Carey for his blog product-global.com. Barbara has written articles for us as a Guest Blogger for us in the past. She is the inventor of Hairgami® and dittieTM feminine protection brand, as well as over 100 other products. He wanted to share the interview with the readers of InventorSpot.com.
Here's Part III of his 3 part interview.: read more »
The Business Card USB Key displays your advertising message and contact info on a practical memory storage device your clients will use again and again! read more »
The Cartoon Network has a television cartoon series called Dexter's Laboratory. In it, boy genius Dexter hides away in his secret bedroom laboratory to save the world, and avoid his ballerina sister Dee Dee.
This cute cartoon from Dexter's Laboratory really captures the ups and downs of the invention process. read more »
A fan that doubles up as a light?
I did a double take when I came across this one. Read on to know more about this innovative, cool and wonderful new idea.
It was a lively week for science news. From exploring dark matter to curing baldness, science continues to amaze. Below are the top five science stories that most captivated my attention this week. read more »
The Hello Kitty Static Electricity Key Holder is much more than just a cute key chain, it's a powerful static electricity absorber that takes the sting out of closing your car door. read more »
"It seems not only do you need a cigarette, you also need aid."
This ad was created for the Instituto Nacional del Torrax: Cigaretto in Chile.
A rolled flier that looks very similar to a cigarette was placed in high traffic areas on the ground. When a smoker picked it up, he will find out that it is a flier that points out his addiction to cigarettes and offers to him some help.
What do you think? Does it work? How would you have done it? read more »
The SOS Emergency Cell Phone Charger is a low-tech solution for high-tech cell phones whose batteries run out of power in emergency situations. read more »
New living quarters for your four legged friend...and extra storage space for you. read more »
Leonardo, the creation of MIT scientists, looks like a cuddly toy with movable appendages. But this "toy" is, in at least one way, more intelligent than a human pre-schooler.
Our Guest Blogger, Lisa Zyga, is a science writer who is interested in many areas of science and technology, including the impact of science on society. She is excited about exploring new inventions in science, medicine, and space, and inspiring and fascinating readers interested in the creative frontier of science with the readers of InventorSpot.com. Here's her article: read more »
If you have kids and you want to teach them hands-on about the power of the sun, Solar Dough is a good way to start. Watch them pull it apart and mash it back together as they "ooh" and "awe" over the different colors that it turns to in the sun. That's what my little ones did. They watched their solar dough turn from blue to darker blue to purple and then, just as advertised, back to blue in seconds when taken out of the sun. The smiles on their faces were enough to say to me "this is fun!" read more »
What looks like a phone and sounds like a phone, but acts like a clock? The Zihotch Showa Retro Wrist Watch, of course! read more »
We have some great news to share.
We are welcoming three new writers to our writing team here at InventorSpot.com. read more »
I found this little website gem this morning. I've done my best to try and devise a purpose, or even something productive from the site, but am still a little lost—and I'm OK with that. Diet Riot is the brainchild of Philipp Zurmoehle (note slightly pretentious spelling of first name), and it consists of little more than food fighting animations. And I don't mean the kind of food fights we had in junior high cafeterias; I mean literally, food that fights. read more »