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Max
 
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The magnetic bike light will detach quickly and turn on automatically when attached to the frame. Designed to help prevent theft, the lights will be easily removable and pocket-sized, allowing them to be quickly detached and taken along when the bike is left unattended. They will fit an array of tube diameters, remaining securely in place and emitting a bright LED light from the sides as well as directly ahead. The lights can be placed anywhere on the frame, automatically...
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Harry
 
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I suggest creating the first ever wireless bike. The eBike will have only a tiny bit of wiring in the front hub. The bike will also have a USB port, charging port, LED batter power display, regenerative brakes and a wheel that will double as a generator. All of the bike's circuitry will be in-frame, including the electric motor, battery, throttle and peddle-assist functions. Motor range will be 12-15 miles. Battery will take 4-5 hours to recharge.
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Julia
 
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Surveys have shown that almost half of the respondents admit to flirting on flights, while one-third of them meet up after the flight has landed. The idea is to create an application that will help make flying more social, and less random, by allowing fliers to choose seatmates through Facebook. The application will allow users to link their Facebook profile to their check-in information, and then choose a seating partner based on their profile. Both passengers must choose to...
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Gabriele
 
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Why not develop a personalized onboard system to monitor chronic disease and personal wellness? The new system will be designed to react to simple voice commands, and will be able to deliver information on environmental aspects affecting allergies or monitor the blood sugar of diabetics through wireless glucose monitors. The system will also recommend alternative routes, suggest a snack, or roll up the windows in case of smog.
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JB
 
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The idea is to create a motorcycle helmet that can be removed without moving the patient's head. Such a helmet could help to reduce the risk of exacerbating spinal cord injuries. It will be possible to remove the helmet by releasing one pin and two clips, which will allow the front of the helmet to be slipped off. The helmet will be also put on by opening the back and tightening the side ladder clip, which will eliminate the need for a chin strap and provide a better fit.
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Max
 
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07/21/2011
The idea is to have a bicycle lock you can wear, eliminating the need to carry a heavy lock around your shoulders or on your bike frame where it can feel clumsy and cause scratches. It will be the first bike lock specifically designed to be worn on the body. The lock will be adjustable and easy to remove, in contrast to conventional bike locks which must be locked onto the body in order to be secure. The lock will be made to carry its weight on the user's hips and will have highly...
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Harry
 
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02/10/2011
It is known that a basking shark feeds by swimming with its mouth open. The shape of the shark's body plays an important role in its efficiency as a feeder. A pressure differential is created as the shark swims, resulting in lower pressure along the shark's top and helping to draw water out of the shark's gills in a way that allows it to rely on the passive flow of water to feed. Why not design a turbine with the shark's design in mind? Water enters through the first turbine while...
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Jay
 
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Have you ever dreamed of a car that can be controlled by mind power? I guess it is possible to realize the idea using some kind of a brain-machine gaming interface. The 'driver' will be required to wear a neuroheadset with EEG sensors that will send bioelectric signals to the system. On the road, the system will link the patterns with commands such as steering and acceleration, which will be sent to the car's drive-by-wire system.
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Theunendingrose
 
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New gadget for bicycles that attaches to bike. It helps to protect bicyclists from drivers. Saving cyclists from being roadkill.
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Harry
 
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09/18/2011
Why not create a new mini rearview camera and monitor system that will allow riders to have a 360 degree view of their surroundings. Riders will be able to monitor their rear view through the 3.5 inch monitor attached to the handlebars. A cord will connect the monitor to a CMOS video camera on the rear seatpost, and a lithium battery will power the device for up to 5 hours. For added protection at night, a ring of 10 LED lights will surround the camera, and will begin flashing when...