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soft innovations 13-16 - Writing Roller Blades Nicole...

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Writing Roller Blades Nicole Girsch Group #2: Designalicious
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Type and Purpose This innovation is a product The main purpose is for children to stimulate their creativity while participating in an active activity
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Main Drivers/ Potential Customers The reason why I developed this innovation is because I remember, as a child, two of my favorite things to do were draw with sidewalk chalk and rollerblade so I figured, why not combine the two? The potential customers are children around ages 4 to 12 or even adults too!
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Visual Depiction
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Narrative Description Each roller skate has 3 pieces of sidewalk chalk attached to the back of the skate that can be rotated and changed out depending on what color the skater wants to use. The roller skate can then be used to draw or write on the surface they are skating on.
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Prior Works Collection Google Patent Search: http://www.google.com/patents? tes+%2B+chalk#PPA3,M1 (this is a device that holds chalk that can be attached to a skate, not the combined product) USPTO: http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser? %22roller+skates ates"+AND+chalk
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Writable Desktop Nicole Girsch Group #2: Designalicious
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2008 for the course ENDS 101 taught by Professor Godkin during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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