Log in   •   Sign up   •   Subscribe  feed icon

Articles at InventorSpot.com

Solas Lights Bring "Global" Enlightenment

Manchester-based designer Cj O'Neill melds the simplicity of a circle with organic elements to make richly atmospheric statements in ambient lighting.

Vibration Plate Exercisers (VBEs) Promises A Pain Free Way to Look Fit in Less than 10 Minutes A Day!

There is a lot of emphasis on looking younger and being healthier these days, and lots of information out there, on what works best. Now, if you can beieve what you read, in less than 10 minutes a day just two or three times a week, you can vibrate yourself into health on a Vibration Plate Exerciser (VPE).

Great Invention Idea? Easy & Fun Way to Put Your Kids to Work!

I like United States patent 4455816, because it works on the principle that kids aren't just those little people you love and drive to and from soccer practice, they are also the source of a largely untapped and expensive - the average cost to raise a child in America until the age of 18 is around $200,000 - labor pool.

All the Leaks That's Fit to Print

"Global defense of sources and press freedoms, circa now," reads the motto for Wikileaks, yet another website founded on the idea of publicly amassed information. This website, though, bares a relevancy that other wikie sites don't because of its humanitarian attempts to make people aware of the underground, corrupt happenings in the world through untraceable mass document leaking and analysis.

A 130mph Biodiesel Motorcycle Hits the Streets

Extreme motorcycle modification is nothing new. So when Michael Sturtz decided to make an extreme motorcycle with a diesel motor, not much was said, until now.

Liquid Computer Speeds Things Up

John Campbell, a political science major at Texas Christian University, has developed a liquid computer that has more than doubled current processing speeds. Is this the next big evolution in computer technology?

Key to Suspended Animation? Sewer Gas

Researchers have discovered that exposure to hydrogen sulfide - the chemical that gives sewer gas and rotten eggs their putrid smell - can put mice in a state of suspended animation. If similar exposure could do the same for humans, it could open up whole new areas of medicine and experimental research.


To Die For ... Star Trek Urns and Baseball Caskets!

Clint Mytych, chief executive of Eternal Image, wanted to take marketing to the final frontier.  So his company designed caskets with team logos of Major League Baseball teams, Star Trek themed urns, Vatican themed merchandise and more.

Can The Aeropress Deliver The Perfect Cup Of Coffee?

Would you believe that you can make a cup of espresso or cafe americano in 30 seconds flat and it would be the best cup of coffee you ever tasted?

Give Your Kids a Boost With Kaboost!

Is your young child totally over his highchair and ready to move on with life? Give your kids a boost with Kaboost!

Calico Café Caters to Cat Cuddlers Craving Kitten Companionship

'Rent A Cat' cafés like Calico in western Tokyo are catching on with wannabe pet owners in Japan's big cities who find their furry feline friends are barred from rental apartments.

Tiles with Fallen Hair--Beautiful or Ugly?

How can fallen hair on the bathroom floor be pretty? You'd be surprised to know that it can be made to look nice, with these innovative tiles.


AirBag Suit Could Save Many Lives

Motorcycle safety has always been a huge issue. Helmets and riding suits help somewhat, but they can only do so much. Dainese hope to remedy the problem with their D-Air Suit.

Google Strikes Fear Into the Hearts of Retailers and Publishers

Google's new search-within-search technology appears great for consumers. But will the outcry from retailers and online publishers be enough to make Google reconsider? All the details after the jump.

Maintain the Balance with One Smart Bookshelf

I love books. I love balance. I might love balancing books. I've tried the book-on-the-head model walk before, and can make it quite some distance before the inevitable toppling, but what of maintaining the balance of my knowledge? Insert pensive nod and eyebrow lift here.

Could the Teeny Tiny Tic Tac Lightbulb Be The Light Of The Future?

 

Sometimes smaller is better, if it performs better than the rest. No I’m not talking about men. I’m talking about a tiny little light bulb from Luxim, a Sunnyvale, California Company.

Drink (Or Possibly Guzzle) Away the Art

Hannes Broecker has created an exhibition called "Drink Away the Art." Each container contains a mixed drink and viewers of the exhibition were invited to take a glass and drink from it.

Computer World Changes In China: PC Makers Look to Asia

Dell Computers announces major expansion into China with more than a dozen new products, including major Internet investments.

The Artificial Albatross - History of an Early Flying Machine

History is littered with attempts at aviation, performed by people eager to soar as high and as gracefully as birds. One flying machine was inspired by birds so much that its inventor named his creation after one. L'Albatros artificiel, or the Artificial Albatross, was a glider invented by Jean-Marie Le Bris in 1856.

Company Promises $1-Per-Gallon Ethanol at US Pumps

If all goes to plan, ethanol may be appearing at US pumps at $1 per gallon, according to an article at Energy-Daily.com.