Technology Development Projects

Wireless Power Hub

This technology pertains to a hub that would transmit power through electromagnetic waves throughout the entire building, powering wireless devices that would no longer need to rely on their batteries and chargers for powering the devices. This technology already exists, and has a history dating back to Nikola Tesla. Two objects resonating at the same frequency, can transmit an enormous amount of electricity, and with a hub, the power can originate from a central point. The technology could be created in a way that it is directional, so that the connections that originate from the hub are directed in the exact position of the device, as detected by a wireless signal that is sent out by the device saying that it needs power. This could cut down on loss of power that isn’t being used by any devices, or the hub could completely turn off when it is no longer needed, such as at night in a home. It would detect when it is needed, and turn back on.

Wi-Fi Enabled Programmable LED Driver

Wi-Fi Enabled Programmable LED Driver

This LED Driver circuit would fit into a regular switch receptacle, and would allow tablets, phones, and computers connected to the local network or through the cloud to program the LED Driver circuit, in addition to manual controls on the face of the switch receptacle, to change the variance, intensity, color, and patterns of multiple LED bulbs or strips of LED bulbs, for entertainment systems, or complex lighting arrangements. The same circuitry could also be used for signage drivers but in a different form factor.

GFCI Outlet with USB Charger

GFCI Outlet with USB Charger

This invention concept pertains to a GFCI two-plug outlet with a two-plug USB charger. It would be such that the GFCI element and buttons for the GFCI would be on the inside of the USB charger ports, all in the middle of the two 3-prong outlets.

Crack-Resistant Mobile Device Screens

There is a real opportunity to invent a crack-resistant mobile device screen. It could occur by combing a new type of Gorilla glass with nano-particles that bind together the glass like super glue, and placing the equivalence of a piece of plexiglass over the top of the screen.

Improved LED Design

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It is conceivable that a LED powered at a lower voltage with a higher amperage would produce more light than conventional LEDs. This is conceivable because light is actually very simple in nature, and relies on the frequency of the diode's current to voltage ratio. With a higher current, the LED would produce more light because it would oscillate at a higher frequency, while being maintained in the same light spectrum intended with the lower voltage. With this technology, and the right voltage rectifier circuit, the LED could become much smaller, yet infinitively bright as the current increases and the voltage decreases.

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