Review Lab Books Who has an idea or an invention from their Lab Book that they want to share?
Second Tool: Replacement 1.Find a product and list all of its parts 2.Take a part away 3.REPLACE the part with something else 4.Imagine your Virtual Product 5.Ask, Who would use this?
1.Screen 2.Remote Control 3.Volume 4.Channel 5.Speaker 6.Box 7.Plug Take away the screen…
And REPLACE it with what? Computer screen Projector Head mounted
Examples Stapler Tape-ler Ice SkateRoller Blade Coke CanTwist Top Can Phone CradleBelt Phone
Third Tool: Multiplication 1.Find a product and list all of its parts 2.Multiply, or create a copy of one of the parts 3.Change the multiplied component in some way 4.Imagine your Virtual Product 5.Ask, Who would use this?
Patents A patent is a property right Granted by the Government Excludes others from making, using, offering for sale, or selling the invention How? Apply to the U.S. Trademark and Patent Office (USTPO)