Videos

Product Video Examples

The videos shown below are some examples of what can be done for presenting your invention as it becomes a product to market. If you need a video for presenting your invention to a buyer or a licensee, I can help.

It’s important to be able to show your buyer how the product works, the different variations or options that will be available to the buyer, and sometimes, how it comes apart or how it will be assembled. Sometimes it’s important to show just how many parts the manufacturer will be dealing with.

The example on the right is David Johnson’s DeBooter Invention. It’s a ski boot removal tool. Works great and he’s currently marketing it in the US and Europe. The video on the left is a torque multiplier whereas in this video, I show the different, generically presented, options that can take place in a presentation video. Then there’s Paradigm, my own product.

Product Presentation – It’s Important

This is an example of a product presentation video for showing a simple product’s appearance, function, and sometimes how it’s assembled. This is a torque multiplier wrench.

Testing Smoke Detectors in a High Air Flow Envirnoment

This is an invention by Ralph Williams of San Jose, CA whereas he came up with an idea that enabled a technician to test a smoke detector in a high-air-flow environment. This eliminated the waste of test contents that would be sprayed into the air flow and lost, before it ever was able to reach, or be confined to, the detector. This video is a product presentation video for giving potential licensee’s or buyers of the product, an idea of how the tool operates and how it’s assembled and therefore, production costs.

The DeBooter Ski Boot Removal Tool

This was invented by David Johnson of Bend, Oregon, formerly from Texas. It’s a great product that allows you to easily remove your ski boot with no struggling. It works fantastically well.

The iPad & Tablet Caddy For Golf Carts

This was invented by Humphrey Wesenhagen formerly from Redmond, OR now living in Oro Valley, Arizona. There was a need for a holder or “caddy” for the GPS systems that golfers carry on their golf carts. This was a good solution. It has spring loaded arms and a anchor point that pivots a full 140 degrees for viewing your GPS inside the golf cart, or standing outside of it. For more of his products or more information go to emacusa.com

The iPhone & Smart Phone Belt Caddy; Part of The GPS SideKick® Series

This was invented by Humphrey Wesenhagen formerly from Redmond, OR now living in Oro Valley, Arizona. GPS is commonly used on the golf course now and the iPhone and Smart Phones have apps now for GPS, exclusively for golf courses. This is way to carry your phone on your hip and be able to transfer it to the golf cart using the iPhone and Smart Phone caddy system (not shown in this video). This caddy system is similar to the iPad or Tablet System shown above.

For more of his products or more information go to emacusa.com

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