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AaronBurns
 USA
Static Electric Battery Recharger Printer Friendly Version
What this recharger does is collect static electricity, from the air, 24 hours a day and would charge your devices when you plug them in. The air inside your house contains tons of static to begin with. Why else would we have products that remove it from our clothes. Using materials that are very sensitive to static, it would constantly build a stronger and stronger charge then it would convert this to standard electricity and charge your battery or batteries with a Universal plug in to all devices thus, providing free electricity forever to your batteries since all batteries in today's devices contain very little electricity and use very little as well. The converter is not hard to build since electricity is all basically the same. You can easily build it with a balloon on your hair or with feathers or cetain fabrics and there are materials that react to static that would be more feasable to use.
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AaronBurns
 USA
Multi-Layer 3D Plasma Screens Printer Friendly Version
Using clear plasma trapped with in several different layers of clear screen you could see the real depth instead of perceived depth of 3-D screens. You just have what is supposed to be in the front foreground appear on the front screen and see through to the subsequent layers until you get to the furthest distance of the image you would be projecting on the screen (moving or not). This would work for use in any screen application from TV, computers, small screen devices, etc. (basically all visual output). Just like surround sound for the eyes only your screen need not be anything but flat!
Reward: One of the first built! I really need a better TV and computer screen and Ipod and... 

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Bill L. Winder
 USA
Electronic LED Music Displayer Printer Friendly Version
I used to play a violin in a school orchestra for several years, and I am an amateur piano player. By far the most frustrating thing I've encountered as a musician is, you have to turn pages in the middle of playing a song. This can be very inconvenient and interruptive of the music's flow, especially if you lose your place and have to re-adjust the music's position, page number, etc.
My idea is, why not invent an LED display that has a foot pedal and that displays entire pieces of music, one page at a time? The foot pedal would turn the electronic "page" for you, eliminating the need to stop playing temporarily to turn the page. Orchestras would greatly benefit from this sort of thing.
I think it's an idea whose time has come. Turning electronic pages with a foot pedal is so much more convenient than turning them by hand.
Reward: Used Technics SX-KN700 musical keyboard. 

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