What happens when your idea is stolen? You have an idea. Your great, wonderful idea which is the best thing anyone has heard in years or centuries… As many other innovators, you explain your idea to your friends, colleagues or … Continue reading The case of stolen idea
You can make creativity a habit by embracing these simple tips that could increase your chance of becoming a creative innovator.
15 Surefire Tricks to Get Your Creative Juice Flowing!
Having trouble coming up with new ideas?
Here are some tips that you can slowly incorporate into your daily life to make creativity a habit! Continue reading “Get a Creative Mindset!”
What is Handball? It is an olympic sport, but if you are American, British or Italian there is a big chance that you’ve never heard of it. Why? This sport is very interesting, but still it cannot attract major attention … Continue reading What Handball Can(not) Teach Us About Innovation?
I often hear questions like “How can I start my creativity?” or “How to earn money with my ideas?”. The best answer is always an advice to check few open innovation portals. It is always very useful to see examples and to be encouraged by creative products that are trying to conquer the market. First stop which everyone loves to see is surely Threadless.com, where you can submit T-shirt design and win cash, prizes & fame. One more site with similar content is cafepress. It looks so good, like the most of world’s designers are trying to create T-shirts. Starting site … Continue reading Starting points for creativity and innovation
Taking the methodology from workplace to the family. Well, I would try… Check out this great TED video! Continue reading Bruce Feiler: Agile programming – for your family
The “zero phase” of the innovation process is to convince the very first person to get behind your idea.
Idea can be shortly explained to a colleague at work or to a friend at the coffee shop, where first comments should encourage to further thinking and reshaping of idea.
The ‘Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera‘ is new camera developed by a group of computer science researchers led by Jonas Pfeil. The camera is thrown into the air and captures an image at the highest point of flight, when it is hardly moving. The camera takes full spherical panoramas, requires no preparation and images are taken instantaneously. It can capture scenes with many moving objects without producing ghosting artifacts and creates unique images. Full text from More Inspiration Continue reading What an idea! Ball camera!