bringing your invention idea to
We've all had that experience when we're doing something mundane like taking a shower or
washing the dishes, and suddenly we're hit with a flash of genius. A dishwasher that turns
leftovers into instant fertilizer, a mattress that folds into a protective bunker in case of
earthquakes, electromagnetic dumbbells with adjustable weights, candle holders that re-melt the
candles so all you have to do is add in a fresh wick, edible paper plates and cups, or edible
cupcake wrappers and popcorn bags.
We all love inventing things in our heads, especially during times when we feel like we should be
more eco-friendly, or when the leftover cupcake bits on the wrapper just seem too good to waste.
Alas, not everyone has the technical know-how, let alone the drive, to go into a lab and start
turning these ideas into a reality.
Benefits of Coming Up with Your Own Creation
Coming up with new and innovative ideas can be fun and in some instances, it can be practical
and serve a bigger purpose than you intend. A lot of people will definitely love edible cupcake
wrappers, and you will be doing the world a favor if you come up with an organic compost maker
that makes fertilizers in a matter of minutes. Coming up with your invention also produces a
certain sense of pride, especially if that idea meets a need that many people have.
The problem lies in the actual creation. Most people simply do not have the resources nor the
technical know-how to put these ideas to work. This is not surprising. Brilliant ideas can occur to
anyone, whether you're a stay-at-home mom or a post-office clerk working a 9-to-5 job. These
occupations are not really the best occupations that would prepare one for skills and experiences
needed to invent machines and gadgets that are designed to meet specific human demands. In
the past, famous inventors like Ben Franklin and Alexander Graham Bell had their laboratories
and their workshops where they tested their own ideas. Today, only a few people have the time
and financial resources to actually come up with ideas and spend money on a lab and machines
that can turn these ideas into a reality.
This is where InventHelp comes in
Started in 1984, InventHelp assists inventors in turning their ideas into realities by offering
guidance and resources during the development process, doing patent searches, submitting the
invention to potential investors and manufacturing companies, and presenting the product on
trade-shows to gather more exposure for the idea. The company evaluates the viability of the
invention, helps inventors fine-tune and streamline their ideas to make the final product more
viable and pairs inventors with patent lawyers who can assist in the filing for patents later on.
InventHelp also provides presentation assistance in the form of Virtual Invention Presentation,
which is a virtual 3D model of the invention to provide potential investors and manufacturers a
more tangible presentation of how the invention may work in real life. They can also provide
actual prototype models to give investors and manufacturers a physical model of the invention.
Inventors are guaranteed full confidentiality with their inventions. This means full protection of
ideas until you are ready to file a patent for your creation. Invent Help has numerous locations all
over the country so finding a representative who can help you with your idea is easy.
There are dozens of brilliant ideas out there that could do some good and even change lives if
they were just developed and turned into actual gadgets, machines, or processes. Fortunately,
companies like InventHelp are changing the landscape by helping ordinary people transform
simple ideas into reality. Check out their website at Inventhelp.com to know more about
InventHelp and bringing your idea to life.