26 Innovative Ideas By School Students That Will Blow Your Mind Away! A young mind is the sharpest mind.
It learns quick and acts quicker. The education system today focuses on books and rote-learning, but times are changing as these young geniuses, who chose to take a different path, have proved. They have picked machines over books and ideas over words. The IGNITE competition held by National Innovation Foundation – India is a platform that is giving these young minds a place to experiment and innovate, and come up with something extra ordinary. Having started with receiving less than 1,000 entries five years ago, the competition now receives over 20,000 entries from 301 districts in India. These 26 interesting and impressive innovations by students of various schools across India are worth knowing and applauding- 1. Md. The idea is to have another bulb below the main bulb of the torch so that light is available near the feet of user and also for people following the user. 20+ Surprisingly Useful Inventions The World Didn’t Know It Needed.
You may never eat Pringles in the same way again.
Advertisement 1. The chair that has a notch cut into it for your bag. 2. The radio that doesn’t play until your seatbelt is buckled. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 10 Weird Tricks Successful People Have Used To Be More Creative - Tech News. 50 Useful Kitchen Gadgets You Didn’t Know Existed. I’ve been doing this with my daughter for a few months now, only we’ve been using those cheap plastic ketchup squeeze bottles.
They work ok, but the batter tends to get stuck in the small opening, so I have to make it thinner than preferred. This bottle is made specifically for pancake art! It also works great to fill cupcake liners without the mess. The top and bottom screw off for easy cleaning, and the tip is heat resistant. This handy gadget not only holds the onion for you (no more stinky hands), but also guides your knife for perfectly even slices. Get it here: Amazon Spray fresh lemon juice right out of a lemon? Get it here: Amazon Use a corn zipper to effortlessly and cleanly remove kernels off of the cob! Get it here: Amazon With a single swift motion, this kitchen gadget evenly chops onions and other vegetables. Get it here: Amazon Easy to use and easy to clean! DIY Honeycomb Shelves. Sarah and her handy husband Josh recently created this beautiful honeycomb style shelving unit for their home.
This project is a little bit more involved because of the tools, but stick with it and you're going to have some amazing shelves. This DIY will make a three-comb shelf, and once you get the hang of it, you'll be able to make more combs to add to it. Supplies needed: A miter saw (or chop saw), wood screws or sheet rock screws at 1 1/4", a drill and drill bit (drill bit should be slightly smaller than the screws you are using), a level, a rotary sander (or sandpaper will work fine), wood glue, a tape measurer, some wall brackets, a pencil for marking measurements, and 3 fencing planks from your hardware or lumber store! *When choosing your wood at the store, check to make sure the wood isn't warped or twisty! Choose planks that are as level as possible. MintyBoost! - Small battery-powered USB charger. This project details a small & simple, but very powerful USB charger for your mp3 player, camera, cell phone, and any other gadget you can plug into a USB port to charge!
The charger circuitry and 2 AA batteries fit into an Altoids gum tin, and will run your iPod for hours: 2.5x more than you'd get from a 9V USB charger! You can use rechargable batteries too. Some numbers... iPod video (tested, using alkaline batteries): 3hrs more video (1 full recharge) iPod mini (tested w/rechargeables): 25 hours more (1.5 full recharges) iPod shuffle (unverified): 60 hours more (5 full recharges) Weight (with 2xAA): 3.5oz This project is suitable for beginners, some soldering tools are necessary but even if you've never soldered before it should be pretty easy.
CSS 3D transforms - a very short introduction - by Bartek Szopka. The afterlife of a cell phone. My dream house. 23 super creative repurposed items. Confessions. 2012 Las Vegas, NV Interactive gallery installation in The Cosmopolitan that invites people to anonymously share their confessions and see the confessions of the people around them in the heart of the Las Vegas strip.
Amidst casinos, restaurants and bars, Chang invited passersby to write confessions on wooden plaques in the privacy of confession booths. Chang arranged the anonymous plaques on the gallery walls like a Shinto shrine prayer wall, painted select responses on 4’x4’ canvases, and orchestrated the space with an original score by Oliver Blank. The project explored the design of safe spaces for anonymity, vulnerability, understanding, and consolation. Inspired by Japanese Shinto shrines, Post Secret, and Catholicism. 2012, Las Vegas, NV.