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AaronBurns
 USA
Spinning Fan Blades meet Megaphone Printer Friendly Version
I had realized that all children are fascinated with the neat sound effects and voice sounds you get from speaking through a mega-phone (and its effects) and seperately a regular spinning fan to cool yourself off with. Besides all the other things you could place at the end of a mega-phone; I was thinking that the sounds and voices coming through a mega-phone would sound really cool if it passed through the mega-phone and then spinning fan blades for the effects. Kids would love it!
Different speeds, the other effects would alter and you could make some pretty freaky effects for something like a Halloween party or any other time you really want to freak someone out. "Luke... I am your Father!"
Reward: Free product or the proto-type... I will enscribe it myself. 

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AaronBurns
 USA
Double Ended Can Openings and Tops Printer Friendly Version
There is a main stay idea that runs through all party scenes and that is to chug a beer. In order to Chug a Beer or any other beverage you can shake it and then stab a hole near the bottom of the can so there is no suction. If we add pull tabs or pop tops to all cans and a top to both ends we can chug it with ease and no dangerous sharp aluminum or knife needed. A great party idea (if you're of legal age) wether it is beer or pop or any other beverage in a can!
Reward: A case of brew! 

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Steve
 Austria
Temperature sensor for cans and bottles Printer Friendly Version
This one is a typical party problem: the fridge is full of drinks, and on the outside they are all cold. But in reality, some have only been placed in the fridge 20 minutes ago, and you don't really want to pick one of those where the drink inside is still fairly warm.
The solution: put a temperature sensor on the can/bottle with a thin wire towards the middle of the beverage. It would work like the modern batteries which have a power sensor built in. Of course the material used for this one would need to be REALLY cheap, so not sure if it's feasible.
Reward: Free beer. 

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