This is a food scanner that tells people through an app on their phones what kinds of allergens are in their foods and what the calorie content is. It is creative because it combines the nutrition label (which is not always readily available) and an app.
This is a hedgehog toothpick holder. This is creative because it takes a bland, generic toothpick holder and makes it visually appealing in the form of a hedgehog.
This is wallpaper which lights up. This is creative because it integrates the lighting directly into the wall.
This is a lounge chair which uses solar energy to charge electronics. This is creative because it combines the solar power with a lounge chair.
These are solar-powered cordless lights to hang on stairs and help to light up dark stairways to make them safer in the dark. This is creative because it combines stair lights with extra safety features.
These two products are both very similar dog water fountains. They both combine the motor limitations of a dog with the outdoor hose but in different ways so that the dog is able to take a drink.
This is a dog treadmill. It is creative because it combines the treadmill with dog proportions and usability.
This is a quite creepy Halloween costume. It is creative because it combines the camera and tablet with the Halloween costume giving the illusion that the wearer has a hole blown through him.
These are light-up stepping stones. They are creative because they combine the pathway lights with the pathway itself so that there would be less space taken up.
4 days! (might be a record!) But Jay managed to tear through the bed last night. On the next iteration, I will try to find a much tougher material to make it out of, something along the lines of what trampolines are made of.
He managed to chew through it. I don’t think I made it tight enough. Maybe on the next iteration, I will make it so that it has adjustable straps on the bottom so that I can make it tighter.