Wednesday May 22, 2013
Smart enough to make itself in the morning. That's how smart. The Ohea smart bed according the maker is "equipped with a device that enables it to automatically straighten the bedding, what is called to-make-the-bed, once the occupant has gotten up and left the bed unmade." You can watch the bed in action with the link to the company videos listed below.
The product has been making the media rounds and hittin' the news. The inventor is looking for investors to take his product into production. But in my humble opinion this one's a sleeper. What a waste of electricity to do something that only takes half a minute. Leave a comment if you have an opinion on this one. Photo: Morgue File
Wednesday May 15, 2013
The brand's first box of eight Crayola crayons made its debut in 1903. The crayons were sold for a nickel and the colors were black, brown, blue, red, purple, orange, yellow, and green. Today, there over one hundred different types of crayons being made by Crayola including crayons that: sparkle with glitter, glow in the dark, smell like flowers, change colors, and wash off walls and other surfaces and materials.
Sunday May 12, 2013
If you got it flaunt it. This is an introductory article I have written aimed at those of you who do not know how to patent it yourself. One hot tip, patent early, especially now when the first to file rule came into effect in the United States, and especially if your invention is in a highly competitive field. Illustration: Getty Images/Chad Baker
Saturday May 11, 2013
San Francisco photographer, Eadweard Muybridge conducted motion-sequence still photographic experiments and is often called the "Father of the motion picture" even though he did not make films in the manner we know them as today.
Photo Credit: Eadweard Muybridge, Daisy jumping a hurdle, saddled, preparing for the leap from Animal Locomotion Library of Congress 1887