Tag Archives: engineering

When Corporate Innovation fails

As designers we love great products, however, design fails are great too!

However, companies learn from their mistakes??

VISIT 141 PRODUCT FAILURES

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51 Female Inventors and Their Inventions That Changed the World

Female inventors, scientists, and engineers have discovered countless revolutionary and life-changing inventions that have caused unprecedented breakthroughs in the history of the world.

Read the article at Interesting Engineering

How to Rent Your Ideas to Fortune 500 Companies

I first met Stephen Key in 2001. Two months later, I used a few recommendations of his — shared over the customary gin tonic — to help a friend double overseas sales in less than two weeks in New Zealand and Australia.

How? Licensing. It can be a beautifully elegant model.

Stephen is somewhat famous in inventing circles for two reasons. First, he consistently earns millions of dollars licensing his ideas to companies like Disney, Nestle, and Coca-Cola. Second, he is fast. It seldom takes him more than three weeks to go from idea to a signed deal. Continue reading

Media Archaeology – The NeoLucida

Our prototype in action. Here's an unaltered photograph taken through the NeoLucida's eyepiece. The world in front of you is superimposed onto your paper. Just trace what you see!

“Media archaeology—the tightly interconnected history of visual culture and imaging technologies.”

Design is not only about the future, but about what was created before and dissappeared through the ages.

I found this great and provocative project at Kickstarter:

“The NeoLucida is a 19th-century optical drawing tool updated for the 21st century”

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The Beginner’s Guide to Outsource Manufacturing

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