Siri Takes the Wheel with Apple’s Latest Invention

Siri Takes the Wheel with Apple’s Latest Invention

With the latest announcement from Apple, Siri may soon be riding shotgun in your car . Apple recently announced its latest product, CarPlay. This slick, Siri-enabled device will interact with your iPhone in the car. The latest invention isn’t a standalone in-car operating system; rather, it’s a “second screen” iOS interface that is optimized for …

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A ‘Sound’ Piece of Technology

A ‘Sound’ Piece of Technology

On Tuesday, we wrote a blog about the ReWalk Exoskeleton that is giving paralyzed individuals a second chance at walking again. Today, we want to talk about the Resound Linx. This invention is aimed at giving the hearing impaired a better chance at hearing the sounds that make the world go round. This new rare …

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Isaac Asimov’s Future Invention Predictions

Isaac Asimov’s Future Invention Predictions

If you ask someone what the future will be like, some common answers are that there will be flying cars or that we will be able to travel back into time, etc. But, there was one inventor and idea man, in particular, that just so happened to predict the future, and the future that he …

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2014 Google Design Competition Celebrates Inventions

2014 Google Design Competition Celebrates Inventions

Since our creative workspace, Inventionland, has been compared to and ranked even“odder” than Google headquarters, we certainly can appreciate Google’s latest efforts to inspire young creators everywhere. Google has just launched their 2014 Doodle 4 Google competition. Last week, the Google homepage reflected the competition’s theme, coaxing “If you could invent one thing to make …

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Squeezing Out Innovation

Squeezing Out Innovation

Imagine this. It’s a warm summer afternoon and your burger is hot off of the grill. You have everything prepared and all that the burger needs is a dash of Ketchup. So, you grab for the glass bottle and repeatedly hit the bottom of the bottle with no luck. Now, you try the old trick …

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Invent a 3D Valentine’s Day Present

Invent a 3D Valentine’s Day Present

February 14 is this Friday! If you’re thinking “so what” and you are currently in a relationship and want to stay in that relationship, you better start scrambling; because, this Friday is Valentine’s Day! Aside from chocolates, flowers and a nice romantic dinner, jewelry also can be lumped into the category of classic Valentine’s Day …

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Olympic Innovation

Olympic Innovation

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi are right around the corner and with the Winter Games almost underway, we wanted to take a look at the new, innovative inventions and technologies that will be infused into the games. We are in a completely mobile world. Even though we aren’t physically in Sochi to watch the …

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Human Library Gives New Meaning to Judging a Book by its Cover

Human Library Gives New Meaning to Judging a Book by its Cover

Here at Davison, we’re always interested in finding a Better Way to do… well… just about anything! In the past few weeks, our blogs have focused on creative packaging designs to environmentally-friendly packaging designs and everything in between.  So, when we read a recent Design Taxi post about an innovative “Human Library” project, you can bet …

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This Ball Keeps On Kickin’

This Ball Keeps On Kickin’

As a kid, at some point in time when you were outside playing with the kids in the neighborhood, you probably imagined that you were your favorite athlete in the final minutes of the game. Whether it was basketball, football or soccer, your imagination probably ran wild while playing. But, some kids around the world …

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Simple Yet Iconic: Cheerios

Simple Yet Iconic: Cheerios

As a kid, Cheerios might have been your go-to snack every day. This deliciously simple cereal that doubles as a healthy snack for toddlers and adults alike has been around since 1941. Since then, it has become one of the most popular and most recognized breakfast cereals on the market. Simplicity goes a long way …

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