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akrivitsky16
 USA
Glow in the Dark Tennis Kit Printer Friendly Version
So you're hitting some tennis balls with a good friend, when suddenly the sun goes down and you're seemingly out of luck. (court doesn't have lights) My invention keeps the night alive with a few glow in the dark components.
*Glow in the Dark Line Tape (makes court lines glow and can be applied to racquets for swing visibility)
*Glowing Tennis Balls
*Glow in the Dark racquet strings
Reward: One Glow in the Dark Tennis Kit and an honorable mention. 

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Jesse Adorjan
 USA
Two Big Problems Printer Friendly Version
Two of the biggest problems in the United States are energy shortage and the population of obeicity in the US. So take all of the out of shape people and put them on exercise bikes that create electricity. Two problems solved.
Reward: Healthier society and safer cheaper power. 

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Brian Straly
 USA
Interactive Exercise Equipment Printer Friendly Version
With all of the Hi-Tech gaming systems out there, and so many exercise gadgets, it's a wonder to me that nobody has combined them. I would like to see a peice of exercise equipment that would challenge me mentally and physically, as well as alow me to compete with other users, even if they are in another part of the world.
I believe that this would motivate a lot of people who would otherwise never exercise to get busy.
I believe that the sheer boredom of repetitons on a weight bench, or running on a treadmill are enough detour many people from exercising.

If you had a stationary bike, rowing machine or treadmill with a large T.V. screen in front of you, and a system that allowed you to choose a "Canyon Run", "Running From the Mafia","Mountain Bike Trail" or even "Rowing With the Whales" or compete with others on the same network. The graphics could be every bit as good as PS2, the X-Box or any other gaming system.
This could be used as either home exercise equitment, or we could even create an entire "Virtual Gym".
I believe that this could absolutely revolutionize the exercise equiptment industry, and promote healthier life styles.

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