Why do some people hit on solutions that everyone else misses? In her just-released book, Inventology, New York Times contributor Pagan Kennedy takes the reader through the methods that visionaries use to imagine new technologies. Based on interviews with inventors, economists and psychologists – as well as evidence from studies– the book reveals the steps that produce […]
Steve Hollinger is a Boston-based artist and inventor. He has exhibited sculpture at institutions and venues including the Peabody Essex Museum, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, MIT Stata Center and Boston Sculptors Gallery. As an inventor, Hollinger has developed and marketed a range of patented products including large-format print production software, paddlesports gear and an array of throwable cameras capable of capturing aerial panoramas and stabilized video. Hollinger’s reinvention of rain umbrellas was the subject of a New Yorker profile by author Susan Orlean.