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Expo visitors to get chance to view inventions

By Samantha Loveday
February 13, 2018

Invention company to bring its technology to Licensing Expo in May.

The largest invention company in the US, InventHelp is taking its Virtual Invention Browsing Experience to Licensing Expo this summer.

The emerging technology for inventors is a state of the art virtual viewing station which allows companies to privately view ideas from InventHelp clients.

The private, 46-inch touchscreen kiosks will feature over 1,400 exclusive new inventions available to be licensed, marketed, manufactured and more.

Attendees at the show will be able to view, interact with and request more information on InventHelp client inventions in the VIBE platform. Company representatives looking for new ideas must sign a confidentiality and non-use agreement before viewing the inventions.

Each invention in VIBE is displayed in a video containing a 3D rendering and computer-generated animation highlighting the main function or use of the client’s invention. VIBE users can also touch, rotate and interact with the invention to get a sense of how it works and functions.

“VIBE is an exciting new technology that company representatives and licensors will really find user-friendly,” said Matthew Tagliavia, director of marketing at InventHelp. “This virtual software has created a way to make viewing inventions in specific categories very accessible. Decision makers will be able to find products relevant to their industry very easily.”

Matthew continued: “We implemented VIBE on a smaller scale first to test it out and make it as user-friendly and effective as possible. Now, we feel like we’ve perfected the system, and it is ready to be presented on a larger scale.”

Licensing Expo runs from May 22-24 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.

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