Listed below are the 2010 InVenture Prize finalists. Click on a team name to learn more about the competitors and their inventions.
Relive all the exciting moments by watching the broadcast of the 2010 InVenture Prize finals to the right.
Pneumatically Elevated Pitch Drum, a drum tuning device.
"If I won the InVenture Prize, it would give me the necessary momentum to revolutionize the drumming community as a whole. It would be a statement for the prevailing power and integration of technology in music. Basically, it would give me the means to fulfill my dream of applying my engineering talents to my creative passions."
Omega Wear, exercise clothing without range of motion limitations.
"Winning the InVenture Prize will help me revolutionize the athletic training industry."
FandomU is a computer program that connects people in interest-based collectives.
"The InVenture Prize is giving me the runway necessary to make Fandom U really fly."
A French press coffee maker that prevents bitter coffee.
"I love coffee and I love to design products. Competing in the InVenture Prize has allowed me to combine these passions."
A flash card organizing system.
"The InVenture Prize gives me an opportunity to contribute to the future of education."
EEG Brainwave Analysis Headset, a device to prevent drowsy driving.
"Winning the InVenture Prize competition would give me the opportunity to create a company which aims to develop products that save lives."
The Koozie Cooler, a portable beverage cooler.
"The InVenture Prize is a great opportunity to help fuel my engineering passion and grow as an inventor."
Multifunction Automobile Powered Pump, a device for water access in the developing world.