Several schools, institutions and companies give opportunities to students to showcase their creativity and resourcefulness by making their own inventions. They do this in the form of invention exhibits, competitions and grants.
With these events, countless student invention ideas have been actualized in the past. Some of them are too useful and practical that they have been mass-produced by companies to make them readily available to the public as written on http://theavtimes.com/2020/07/01/amazing-ways-inventhelp-can-assist-you-as-an-inventor/ post.
Here are examples of student invention ideas that have been actualized in the past:
This device was created by Dorothy Weiss when she was still 12 years of age. Her grandmother’s hip fracture then inspired her to produce this invention. After the hip fracture, the doctor told Dorothy’s grandmother that too much stress and weight must not be applied on her hip.
Because of this, Dorothy created a device that can be installed as an inner sole of her grandmother’s shoe. This device has a built-in alarm system that warns the user if the weight placed on it exceeds the weight that the doctor has prescribed.
American sign language translator
This is one of the student invention ideas that have earned multiple distinctions. It breaks the communication barrier between speech-challenged people and those that can speak yet cannot understand sign language. This invention comes in the form of a golf glove that translates American sign language to words.
Translations are displayed on a small screen. Ryan Patterson was only 19 when he designed this special translator. He won in several events for this invention including the Siemens Westinghouse Science and Technology Competition and the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair.
Lisa Marie Wright was only 15 years old when she invented the auto-off candle. It works through the use of a metal band system that automatically cuts the burn time of candles after a particular shut-off time is preset. The system does this by stopping the supply of fuel provided to the flame. Find more information about patents and inventions from https://www.newsbreak.com/news/1606220763464/how-new-inventors-are-benefitting-from-inventhelp-assistance.