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AaronBurns
 USA
Nasal Breath Strip Glue Printer Friendly Version
Instead of using a breathing strip with the spring action of the strip being bent, you simply replace that with a type of removeable glue that shrinks more than a standard glue and when you paint it on across the bridge of your nose; the shrinking will have the same outward pulling effect as the strip, but the glue will not fall or easily pull off, making it a superior product than a breathing strip to open nasal passages at night to breathe easier. This product should be packaged with the glue remover. And you could probably paint your whole nose for best results and in any color as well!
Reward: A relatively normal supply. 

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Rooks
 USA
3D scanner Printer Friendly Version
Prototype: Make a laser on a tripod with the laser facing down. It scans an area below it with a class 3b laser (like a pen laser). This scan works like a CRT in that it fires a single beam to the top left of the scan area and moves to the right side, drops down and scans right to left and so on until it reaches the bottom where it reverses and scans back up. A sensor reads the distance from the laser to the topography being scanned and produces a 3D computer image in a CAD program. Scan all six sides from three angles each and create a perfect reproduction of the objects volume in 3D space wire frame. Let another sensor (probably a CCD) read the color, illumination, contrast etc, and let the computer apply this information to the wire frame 3D object scanned with the laser like paint.
Finished product: Removing the tripod and holding the 3D camera like a camera, scan any object in range and copy its exact dimensions. My thoughts were to use this to quickly add 3D content to 3D based games to avoid the creation process used today or if you needed a manufacturer to make a copy of something, you could scan it and e-mail the info very quickly.
Reward: credit 

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AaronBurns
 USA
Heat Wrap Color Change Paint Protectant Printer Friendly Version
What heat wrap is is a shiny coating of an adhesive plastic that protects boats and other manufactured products of large size for transport. It is adhered to the surface with industrial hair dryers (basically an extremely hot hair dryer) so, on any average day anywhere in the world the sun and heat have no way to melt it thusly it protects what is underneath from all weather (it is weather-proof). If you wanted to cheaply change the color of your standard vehicle safely this could be done since a professional can peel off heat wrap without disturbing the paint or undercoating. It could be applied with heat in a similar way as window tinting only it is done with heat at very high temperatures. The edges of the heat wrap would simply conform to the outer surface and whereever it is not needed you would cut it off with a standard razor blade. You could also add any color mixtures or designs or even just cut them out of the heat wrap material and heat them to what is already there. It is also very easy material to work with!
Reward: A color change when needed or wanted. 

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