Thank You for Over 9,000 Facebook ‘Likes’

Thank You for Over 9,000 Facebook ‘Likes’

Thank you for helping us get over 9,000 ‘Likes’ on Facebook! Next stop is 10,000! If you haven’t hit the ‘Like’ button on our Facebook page yet, click here for a “Better Way” to get news about Davison and the invention world! Copyright Davison 2014

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Prototypes: Modeling your Creativity

Prototypes: Modeling your Creativity

Have you ever had an idea that you wanted to bring to fruition? Although there are many steps in the inventing process, there is one step in particular that brings your idea from just an idea to an actual product sample. That step is a building a prototype. In case you are unclear of what …

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In Case you Missed It: The Cool Bake was on QVC!

In Case you Missed It: The Cool Bake was on QVC!

  Add another “W” to the win column for the Davison-design team! On Sunday, September 29, our Davison-designed ‘Cool Bake’ was featured on QVC’s “In the Kitchen with David”! The Mrs. Fields Bakeware Innovation did not disappoint while on the show. Let it be known that the ‘Cool Bake’ isn’t just limited to cooling cookies. …

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Invention Spotlight: The Pen & Pencil

Invention Spotlight: The Pen & Pencil

Writing and drawing tools are considered some of mankind’s greatest inventions. They have allowed the recording and conveying of thoughts, feelings, ideas – and grocery lists – for thousands of years. They are the very reason we know the history of us. Pencils and pens have given everyone in this world quick, easy and affordable …

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Future Friday: Bike LEDs

Future Friday: Bike LEDs

Make your bike wheels look like Tron. Gone are the analog days of getting noticed on your bike. Today’s riders know that getting noticed on your bike takes more than putting baseball cards between the spokes. That’s why a variety of companies have created LED light systems for your bike wheels. Companies like Nite Ize, …

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History Tuesday: The Swimming Pool

History Tuesday: The Swimming Pool

You might think that the swimming pool wasn’t really invented; that long ago there was a hole in the ground that filled with rain water and one of our caveman ancestors jumped in on a hot day and said, “Man that feels good,” and you’d probably be correct.  But the purposeful construction of a large …

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Future Friday: The Bitcoin

Future Friday: The Bitcoin

Is Bitcoin the future of international currency? Ever since Diners Club International became the first independent credit card company in 1950, banks have continued to dream of different ways of paying for goods and services. But maybe the future of transactions isn’t in the hands of the banks. Maybe it’s in the hands of software …

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Travel Wednesday: New York, NY

Travel Wednesday: New York, NY

Stitch together good times in New York City! Where would America be without the sewing machine and New York City’s marketing machine? It’s hard to imagine our industrial progress in textiles without envisioning black and white film footage of well-coifed women seated in rows upon rows turning out well-crafted clothing behind sewing machines. Such images …

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Future Friday: Google Glass

Future Friday: Google Glass

Google Glass looks toward the future – for better or worse Like the interactive glass from Tom Cruise’s blockbuster “Minority Report,” the newest product from Google – Google Glass – offers customers information presented right before their eyes on a pair of glasses. The future is here. Or is it? Google Glass could be as …

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History Tuesday: The Airplane

History Tuesday: The Airplane

In Monday’s blog we learned about the Wright Brothers and how they invented the first motorized airplane. But there is much more to the story of their plane. In fact, flight itself has been an aspiration of humans for centuries. Remember the ancient Greek legend of Daedalus and his son, Icarus, who made wings of …

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