Considered the “Lego of gadgets” by CNET, Bug Labs’ BUG Invention Kit, a nifty innovation in its own right, makes it possible for anyone to come up with what Jeremy Gutsche, Trend Hunter’s founder, may call “the next best thing.” In this case, techno gadgets.
“BUG makes it fun and easy to build any gadget you can imagine. Build familiar things like digital cameras and GPS locators or create new devices like a LoCamMotion or a GeoPhotoShooter or an Accel-o- Mailer or ... the list is endless" as Bug Labs says.
How cool is that? An invention to help the inventor-inclined person to create their own inventions!
The Buglabs Kit
1. DIY Invention Kits - Companies can create more DIY invention kits to capitalize on burgeoning demand for individual creativity and innovation.
2. Consumer Modular Devices - Consumer electronics companies can adopt the modular approach to device building to allow consumers to build their own personalized tech and innovate peer-to-peer sharing of unique gadget innovations.
3. Collaborative Open Source Invention Communities - Entrepreneurs can create online collaborative communities of inventors who can openly exchange innovation ideas and build open source inventions together.
1. Consumer Electronics - Consumer electronics companies like Apple and Samsung can create more modular and customizable devices to tap into personal creativity and inventiveness and open up new revenue streams.
2. Crowdsourcing - Crowdsourcing companies like Kickstarter can partner with DIY innovation companies to foster collaborative development of new DIY gadget ideas and incentivize innovation.
3. Education - Educational institutions can inspire and cultivate creativity and innovation in students by utilizing DIY invention kits in curricula and partnering with open source invention communities for peer-to-peer learning.