Invention

Talkatoo Gives Kids A Bit Of Extra Encouragement From Home

Kids have their tough days at school and parents have just as tough a time wondering how their kids will cope with their time away at school.   The Talkatoo was created by a mom who was going through this same struggle with her two young kids.

The Dunk Mug Makes Cookie Dipping Effortless

Milk and cookies, tea and cookies, coffee and cookies, hot chocolate and cookies – they are all fantastic combinations, but if you are not situated near a table it can be difficult to balance your delicious duo.  The Dunk Mug is a very clever idea, combining a traditional mug and an easily accessible resting spot for your cookies.

Japanese Invention Assesses Your Health While You Sit On The Throne

The Japanese, long known for their unusual gadgets, have developed a unique way to test your health.  While remaining true to efficiency, the “Intelligence Toilet” design by Toto tests the sugar levels in your urine as well as weighing you and checking your blood pressure all while you use the facilities.

Sezno Nightlight Makes Hilarious Stair Falling A Thing Of The Past

The Senzo Nightlight lets you feel your way in the dark by actually giving you light when you touch the walls

Square's Mobile Payment Service Could Mean Crime Does Pay

Ever since Square's CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey left Twitter to roll out his mobile payment plug-in device and related software for merchants to accept credit card payments via their mobiles, skeptics and criminals alike have taken heed.

The Snazzy Napper: Comfort For You, Apprehension For Onlookers

If you are one of those people who likes to catch some extra Z’s every chance you get then the Snazzy Napper may be just the invention for you.  The idea behind the Snazzy Napper seems to be to give the spontaneous sleeper a bit of extra comfort and darkness in order to promote a more restful snooze. 

Simulated Spaceflight Effects Galvanize New Training Method

A new galvanic vestibular stimulation system (GVS) allows astronauts to experience the feeling of "coming down" from outer space here on home soil. 

Inventor Creates Product on Kitchen Counter and Makes Millions!

Imagine coming up with an Invention on your kitchen counter and soon becoming a millionaire and having your Invention sold all over the world!  That's what happened to Debbie Barker, the Inventor of the FlipFold!

The BabyDam Saves Space And Water

Baby accessories almost all seem to fit into one category, that being ‘large and annoying, but just handy enough that you can’t get rid of them’.  One of the super annoying, awkward items is the baby bathtub.  If you are feeling my pain on this one then the BabyDam may do the trick.  

Scuba Meets Jet Ski In The Scubacraft

The Scubacraft SC3 is the perfect way to take you and two of your scuba buddies on and under the water for the ride of your lives.

Swiftpoint Mouse Takes On The World Of Touchpads

The Swiftpoint mouse is designed to take over for your old laptop touchpad - and save you from throwing the thing out the window after 7 hours of dragging your fingers slowly around, mis-clicking and generating massive amounts of rage.

Wee Wee Football Aims To Make Potty Training Boys Easier

Potty training is frustrating to say the least.  Luckily I have a little girl.  I have heard that little boys can be more difficult and even once you teach them to sit and use the toilet they will still need to learn how to stand and pee.  If your little (or big) boy has reached this advanced stage of the potty training process and needs a little help with aim then the Wee Wee Aim Football may help.

There's Invention In This Little Black Dress: It's A Cellphone

Cute Circuit, a London fashion house that specializes in wearable technology has unveiled its latest addition to its fashion line.  The M-dress, your basic black cellphone dress.

 

Calling All Inventors! Cadbury Wants Revolutionary Packaging For Its Chocolate

Cadbury, the world famous chocolate and candy maker, needs a new wrapper, a revolutionary one that keeps chocolate from melting when exposed to high temperatures.  While you are at it, invent a wrapper that keeps humans from melting in hot temperatures.

Sign Language Gets A Mobile Move On

University of Washington engineers have created a mobile American Sign Language device that uses a low bandwidth and has a high enough quality that users can actually be “heard”.