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AaronBurns
 USA
Portable Night Light Toys Printer Friendly Version
Toys instead of plug in devices to light the room. The child can take the light with them anywhere, even under the covers, to grandmas house and sleep-overs. The whole toy can light up and be an animal or anything imagined that a child would like to be with or grow-up with. What ever they want in a portable night light toy. They can even collect them! All different colors and shapes. They can come in with switches to change the range of light from bright to low light. Maybe even, eventually, make glow in the darm pillows or bedding to go with all those stars and moblies and glowing toys. Battery operated or glow in the dark. Imagine a glow in the dark toy with a switch to go from low to bright light. It has never been done. You could do it with a fluid filled glow in the dark bear and batteries. Plush toys or soft pastic and plush. If I was a child, I wouldn't want the night light in the dangerous outlet away from me, I would want it under the covers with me safe away from all the nightmares and monsters of the World outside the bed covers where I could be protected by it and have it as a friend to hug.
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Timh56
 USA
Water shooting Alarm clock Printer Friendly Version
I'm doing an invention convention at my school, and I'm doing an water shooting alarm clock. Whenever you're sleeping, sometimes the alarm clock just won't wake you up. So you need this product, which wil jet out a stream of water on your face everytime the alarm rings, and you'll start the day refreshed.
Do you guys know a way i can make this?
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Eminem692007
 USA
Solar blanket Printer Friendly Version
Solar blankets would be a great invention in places like New York. First of all, a homeless person could easily save for one and still sleep outdoors without losing heat. They would also come in handy on long trips. Simply lay it out in the sun before the night and use it to feel at home on the road. And camping trips! You would lay it out during a time you are hiking or doing some other activity and then have a toasty night. Simply made, almost microscopic solar panels would be stitched into the blanket and absorb solar enerygy.
Is this to complicated and not worth the trouble? And I am just gessing when i say, they would cost quite a bit.

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