Inventions are prophecies completely formed in the mind of the inventor. At its core, it's all about making the lives of others a little easier. Inventors, like prophets, will take the pain and suffering to convince the first 10, then 100, then the entire world that there is a better way to do things. That our pain does not need to be part of our daily routines. "Here, have this solution," they'd think "it would make your life a little easier."
As prophets, inventors have overcome many obstacles in their way to deliver their message, to show the world that things can be done differently. They’ve tried to convince their communities, they spent their savings, and even dropped off their daily jobs or studies to pursue that cause. But not all have made it.
Actually, over 90% of granted patents around the world do not get realized, for the above reasons. It's not about the inventors’ losses, really. Because inventors are people of cause. But it's the inventions' loss, those ideas that never got a proper chance, haven’t been seen or heard enough. Those ideas withered in malnutrition, all they got was criticism and financial analysis but no love, no hope, and limited imaginations.
We’re growing a creative community of inventors, designers, and engineers. We are a village full of people who are willing to give every idea a chance. One person’s idea and another’s passion and belief can make magic happen. Because it’s not about you and/or me, it’s about what we both can add to this world, together.