Do you know Charles Bourseul, inventor of the telephone?

Charles Bourseul was a technician working in telegraphy, a soldier who taught the children of comrades mathematics during the war in Algier in 1848 and described as the first man ever how a telephone works. Probably you never heard of him. Probably because no one took his idea seriously. Even as he wrote an article about "Téléphonie électrique" in 1854, which was published in the L’illustration de Paris, he didn’t find supporters.

Finding great supporters

Finding supporters, people with an understanding of technology, a craziness for mind blowing ideas and faith in possible implementations of these technologies are hard to come by. That’s where we come in.

Talking about great innovations

We give Techies, College Students, Coders, MINT-Prodigies and the guy next door who loves his gadgets deeply the chance to learn, to collaborate and to track down the next big thing.

Apply with your invention

You’ve got an innovation or patent that is ahead of its time or didn’t find supporters to be finally developed? You are not sure if your innovation will be the next super device or should just be put to rest? Let’s get together and find out!




Special treat for inventions

And as a special treat, we will take your invention and give it a new home on our platform: To be reviewed, to be seen, to be talked about and to be found by buyers or licensees! Because we believe in every brilliant idea before the next Alexander Graham Bell or Thomas Alva Edison comes around reading a thirty years old article or a patent thinking: hey, great idea, let’s do it!

We work with universities, companies and innovation hubs to give outstanding ideas a chance to become an innovation, which excites people and gives developers and companies the credit they deserve. Apply with your invention for our Workshop and we will get the experts together, review your patent, find possible use cases and evaluate if the technology is ready for implementation.

Past Workshops

07.04.2018 - Fluxunit – OSRAM Ventures MeetUp
14.05.2018 - Munich University of Applied Sciences
23.05.2018 - Humboldt University Berlin

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