Inventionland Makes High-Profile Moves in the Press!
Inventionland has been getting some high-profile press lately, including a feature on the Fox Business Network and two international workspace blogs! Celebrated for its unique design, Inventionland is an eye-catching attention getter. Of course, we already knew that to be the case. Fox Business Network cameras joined Mr. D. at Inventionland, where they filmed him …Read more
From Creationeer Extraordinaire, Lucky… The Future of Interactive Computing is Now?
The movie, “Minority Report” gave the world its first glimpse at interactive gesture-based computing, as imagined 54 years in the future. Based on “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep” by legendary science fiction writer Philip K. Dick, the movie creates a future where crimes are predicted before they happen, using an incredibly-advanced computer system. The …Read more
Inventionland and Mr. Davison Hit TV, Radio and Web!
Just yesterday, our CEO and founder, Mr. Davison, along with our creative design facility, Inventionland, were popping up all over the media! All morning long, Mr. Davison and “America’s Largest Invention Factory” were seen and heard live, as part of an Inventionland multi-media tour that included TV, radio and Web interviews! Throughout the day, Mr. Davison appeared live on The …Read more
Don’t Forget George de Mestral During National Inventors Month
Inventors who have significantly improved the way we go about everyday life are well-known: Edison, da Vinci, Franklin, etc. In hindsight, we tend to skew historical significance toward indisputable facts: “I can’t live without light bulbs! And, how about those bifocals for reading those books?” As much as inventing harkens back to history, it also …Read more
The Noble Rube Goldberg Machine… From Creationeer Extraordinaire, Lucky
Here at Davison, we’ve designed a lot of inventions over the years that solve a wide variety of problems, usually in the simplest or most efficient way possible. Sometimes, however, the most exciting, funny or engaging way to solve the simplest problem is the most complicated. You may be asking yourself, “What is he talking …Read more
“Hanging Out” with Creationeer Extraordinaire, Lucky!
Just as we predicted, one of our talented creationeers, Lucky, has not kept us “hanging.” Today, we’ve got Lucky’s perspective on bringing some innovation into your closet! From Lucky’s mind… to your desk! As consumers, we are cognizant of the design of certain objects and products: cars, electronics, appliances and even food. But, [there are] …Read more
More Than Meets the Eye… From Creationeer Extraordinare, Lucky!
Today’s news is coming straight from one of our very own creationeers, Lucky! A couple weeks ago, we featured Lucky’s top five apps for inventors. Now, he’s back, with his perspective on innovative product design! From Lucky’s mind… to you! Imagine having a product that you use [as] an infant, a child, a teen and …Read more
Lucky’s Top Five Must Have Inventor Apps
Today, we’ve got an extra special feature from one of our very own creationeers! Lucky, a talented two-year member of our design team, and one of the stars of The History Channel’s “Inventionland” reality TV show, has sent us five of his favorite inventing apps! A Carnegie Mellon University graduate, who now specializes in building …Read more
Excuses, Excuses, Excuses… There’s NO Reason to NOT Innovate!
With the recent release of Apple’s latest version of the iPhone and all the other recent technological advancements, it is obvious, innovation is king! So, how could someone have an excuse for not at least trying to be innovative? We found 100 lame excuses that people give to NOT innovate! We’ve picked 15, but you …Read more
America Invents Act Signed… Sealed… Delivers Patent Reform!
Recently, there has been historic progress made in the way patents are issued in the United States. After nearly 60 years with no patent reform, President Obama signed the America Invents Act into law September 16, 2011. So, how does the new law affect the invention industry? Legislators say they hope the law will be …Read more