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AaronBurns
 USA
Video Ancestry Website Additive Printer Friendly Version
The future is most likely to gravitate away from DNA and worded sites if they could tap a website that permanently preserved a digital mark which we all know is never going away.
Digital video a set of questions that pop up and keep it short and pertinent then, we would all look for a decent place on the Web for future families to join, pay, and download your ancestor's video in one place. You could simply add the family tree, DNA, and an audio/video site all collaborating for the same eternal spot in one Website.
I would use the last 10 seconds of my video-taped self to say "Beam me up, Scotty!"
Reward: Too keep my elders closer to heart... 

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Andre Kim
 South Korea
The Mind Map Search Engine Printer Friendly Version
The current search engine is quite bothersome. When searching for a particular subject, the results will not appear in one screen, rather, in many different pages in different categories, such as websites, images, and videos. So when we want to search for a particular subject, no matter what form it is in, either an image or a website, we have to continuously click on the categories that opens up a new page, and endlessly scroll down until we find the preferable result.
To fix this nuisance, the search engine should be designed like a mind-map. Each category will take form of a bubble. The main bubble, on the middle, will have the most relevant results from all categories and the connected sub-bubbles will have results of specific categories, such as websites, images, and videos. So, instead of continuously scrolling down and clicking on a new page, the results will all fit in one screen, making it easier for us to find our results.

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Michellespell
 USA
Lighting tool for artists Printer Friendly Version
There may already be something like this out there, but how about an app and/or program that allows one to create or upload a 3d shape, and experiment with different lighting sources on it? They could pick the direction the light source(s) are coming from, along with the color, intensity, and size of the lighting. The texture/reflectiveness of the target object could also be modified. This would be an invaluable resource for people who like to draw/paint from imagination, but need some additional reference.
Reward: Satisfaction of having a good point of reference. 

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