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The Orah 4i Sets Out To Make 4k VR Streaming Affordable

Livestreaming 360 degree video has never been an easy process, but one company is looking to change that. What typically would call for expensive rigs or pieced together systems requiring 6+ GoPros, way too many wires, and high processing power, can now be accomplished with one camera system and one wire, thanks to the Orah 4i.

14-Year-Old Inventor Creates Braille Printer From Legos At The Age Of 12

What were you doing at 12? Find out how many young movers and shakers are making a difference in society today with innovative new inventions like a DIY Braille printer made from ordinary toys and other low-cost materials.

Rise And Shine To The Smell Of Your Sensorwake Alarm Clock With 6 Different Scents

How would you like to be coaxed awake each and every morning by the gentle persuasion of your favorite smells? A new product design that appeared at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is about to make that dream a reality. With six different aromas to choose from, which one would you like to wake up to?

An Easier Way To Shovel Snow?

While the calendar may say it's spring, for many of us there is still a lot of snow on the way. By this time we are getting mighty tired of breaking our backs shoveling so many loads of the white stuff. It's a pain in the . . . back. So what if you could shovel your snow with the ease of using a push mower on your lawn? With a spiral snow shovel that might happen.

13 Bloody Awesome Gifts For (The Other) Shark Week

Oh bloody hell, it's that time of the month again - Shark Week. No, not that one, the other Shark Week.

Periods suck, period. Make your special lady time a little more tolerable with some of these awesome period gifts that will totally have you bleeding love.


Serial Inventor Offers Tips & Discounts For InventorSpot Readers

Many inventors fantasize about becoming the next great serial inventor — where they can continuously sell one successful product idea after another. It’s the American dream to create something from nothing, have it resonate with the masses, and then sit back and watch the shekels coming rolling in. Roger Brown is one such inventor who has not only entered that rarefied stratosphere, but has also been reaping the benefits of his creativity for over two decades now.

Hanpresso Pump Pop Allows You To Maintain Your Espresso Addiction On The Road

The Handpresso Pump Pop is the answer to your java loving, wanderlust dreams. With its lightweight, compact design, the Handpresso Pump Pop makes it easy to have a spectacular cup of espresso anytime, anywhere.

10+ Seriously Amazing Baby Items You Should Know About

If someone in your life is having a new baby and you’re looking for a particularly unique and handy gift to give, there are an overwhelming wide variety of options. In fact. there are many choices that narrowing it down can be a challenge. Here, we’ve sifted through the baby extras to provide a list of some of the coolest, less well-known but best-reviewed baby and parenting gear available.

PopSLATE 2 Gives Your iPhone An Extra Screen

Dual monitor setups on desktop can be pretty amazing and help your productivity, but what if you could have that on your phone? The popSLATE 2 case for your iPhone is the closest you'll get to having a dual monitor on your phone, and it only adds .16" to the thickness of your phone.

Small But Powerful: Dyson Small Ball Vacuum Cleaner Review

Dyson’s Small Ball Vacuum Cleaner is Dyson’s newest innovation in lightweight vacuum technology. The Small Ball is designed  for those who want the power of a great canister or upright vacuum without having to be burdened by the weight and bulk of one.  So is it worth buying?