The lantern oar consists of a traditional boat oar with electronics in the shaft giving power to three LEDS; the oar is battery powered but very efficient and long lasting. The oar is completely functionable and waterproof in every way; you could submerge this oar underwater and there would be no damage or negative effects. The lantern oar is a very usefull outdoor tool that could be used for fishing, recreation and navigation on the water, the inventor says.
As announced in a press release the U.S. Department of Commerce’s United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) will hold the Texas Regional Independent Inventors Conference on September 14-15, 2012 in the Thompson Conference Center located on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. Co-hosted by Invent Now® and the University of Texas at Austin, the conference will provide inventors and innovators with education from intellectual property experts in their respective fields and practical advice from successful inventors.
Conference highlights include presentations, workshops, and one-on-one advisory sessions conducted by senior USPTO officials and others who will inform and answer questions about patents and trademarks. Presenters include:
Robert Metcalfe (2007 National Inventors Hall of Fame Inductee)
Karen C. Parker (Director and International Trade Specialist, Austin U.S. Export Assistance Center, U.S. Commercial Service-Austin, U.S. Dept. of Commerce)
John Calvert (Acting Associate Commissioner for Patents, USPTO Office of Innovation Development)
Elizabeth Dougherty (Director of Inventor Education, Outreach and Recognition, USPTO Office of Innovation Development)
Darnell Jayne (Supervisory Patent Examiner, USPTO Technology Center 3600)
Catherine Cain (Trademark Staff Attorney, USPTO)
Space is limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Learn more, including how to register, by visiting www.uspto.gov/Austin2012. If you have questions about the conference contact the USPTO’s Office of Innovation Development at 866-767-3848.
No more waiting… Today we tell you more about the Inventor Shop stand and its products at the most important international consumer goods trade fair in the second half of the year for the home and gift sectors – the Tendence in Frankfurt, Germany, which will take place from 24th until 28th of August.
As you can read on the official homepage around 2000 exhibitors from all over the world will come to showcase their latest products in the Giving and Living areas.
And the Inventor Shop has a whole punch of new stuff! We will show you brand new products from the InventorHaus in-house lab jordan muthenthaler. No kidding – if you want to you can see a Marian apparition or our milk puzzle.
Actually there´s so much you can see! Our wholesale line includes products from all over the world. The Berlin Standard Time from Germany, the Bunjee from the United Kingdom, the Tea Diver from South Korea or the Inbox from Spain, only to mention a few.
Now there is only one question left… Where can you find us? Well, the Tendence will be held in nine exhibition halls, the Inventor Shop team you find in hall 11.1 Young&Trendy, stand E20. Each day from 9am to 6pm you have the chance to check out our innovative products. We look forward to meet you soon!
The Silver-Skin® textile offers a unique combination of natural features and is based on entirely pure components, providing functionality in a new design and style. The Silver-Skin® textile is based on the innovative combination of silver and cotton, as silver provides a number of outstanding natural properties:
Extra flat seams on the outside of the garment as well as labels on the outside ensure perfect wearing comfort without irritating the skin. Along with its high protective properties, this new textile is also perfectly suitable for the everyday life, providing a previously unknown multi-functionality, protection and comfort, the inventors say.
Thank God it´s Friday… and this also means that today we introduce you another invention from inpama.com. Remember, last week we told you that from now on each Friday we will present you an idea from our internet patent marketplace? Here we go!
The invention relates to a chamber air humidifier, comprising at least one open liquid container and an additional fixing element for the subsequent fixing of the at least one liquid container to a through oven tube, wherein in order to achieve a simplified removal and the posibility of a movable connection of the container, the fixing element may be directly connected to the oven tube.
Are you curious how the Lifestyle Fair early bird in Hamburg, Germany was? It was just great! Here are some impressions:
As you can see we had a lot of visitors and a lot of fun. At our stand we showed the interested crowd a whole bunch of new products. The Alpine Air for instance or our trendy stamps.
And the next fair we will participate at is already coming up. Stay tuned, soon we tell you more about our visit and stand at the Tendence in Frankfurt, Germany, which will take place from August 24th until August 28th.
As we already told you inpama.com is an online platform for inventors, manufacturers, licensees and investors to meet and work together. It is the marketplace to sell inventions and patents on your own.
Since inpama.com lists a lot of great inventions we also want to show them on this blog. From now on every Friday we will introduce you one.
To ride it you only need gras and a slope. The ball rider LA is driven in a sitting position. The front wheel is controlled by the legs and arms. A special seat design provides for shifting the focus towards the inside of the curve. So that an elegant curve for everyone is possible, even for handicapped persons.
Do you want to work for an innovative company with an interesting job opportunity? Here´s your chance!
InventorHaus, Inc. is a privately held company based in Miami, Florida, which offers inventors services such as research, prototype creation or marketing materials. Established in 2011, InventorHaus, Inc., is part of the Erfinderhaus Patentvermarktungs GmbH group, based in Berlin, Germany. Erfinderhaus is a dedicated invention marketing and consulting company which also owns Erfinderladen retail shops in Berlin and Salzburg, Austria.
Currently InventorHaus, Inc. is looking for
for its english speaking customers
either live in Germany or Austria
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On 80,000 sqm exhibition space the early bird presents trendy and unusual lifestyle and designer products divided into 10 themes. The trade fair’s more than 900 regular exhibitors include major brand manufacturers, commercial agencies and small design-oriented businesses.
Between 15,000 and 20,000 professional visitors from Northern Germany and bordering countries attend the early bird Hamburg Lifestyle Fair. The industry experts benefit not only from the trade fair’s great variety of products and themes, but also from the supporting programme, including Trend Show, Design Island and seminars about the latest product and marketing trends.
The Inventor Shop and its exclusive products such as the Alpine Air you will find in hall B.5 stand F.18. Go for it!
Is the air condition your most important electronic device right now? But the heat still lets you toss and turn at night? With the ChiliPad you can avoid sleepless nights.
As written on the homepage the ChiliPad is a microclimate thermostat control system that cools and heats your bed. So you can use it in summer as well as in winter.
The system allows you to control the temperature of your bed like you do your home or your car. Turn the control unit temperature down to 46°F or up to 118°F, making the bed a comfortable temperature between 55°-110°F.