NEW YORK, Feb. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- After wowing everyone at ToyFair '13 with the overwhelming success of the Force Flyer Glove RC Controller, The Technology From Heaven Inventors Consortium has done it again. They're debuting never-before-seen technology for aerial control of RC toys that is just moving an empty hand through empty air over what looks like an oversized wristwatch on the other wrist.
Featured by BlueSky Wireless, a new toy helicopter controlled by technology invented by a Los Angeles homeless youth ministry along with mentorship from NASA and JPL Scientists will be revealed at The International Toy Fair New York 2017 at BlueSky Wireless Booth #1955.
"Any child can now operate an RC helicopter with this," says Pastor Clayton. "We're also revealing a Blaster/Controller that has eight functions. It can operate up to 30 feet away. It wirelessly triggers eight different behaviors from the Helicopter, the action figures and can even blast the helicopter out of the sky for a kind of 'target practice' at a shooting range effect."
Demo videos at: http://technologyfromheaven.org/toyfair-ny/
The Inventors Club was created by Clayton Golliher, the mild-mannered founder of "Hope for Homeless Youth", a non-denominational ministry with a singular purpose of helping homeless youth find a better way to live.
Members of The Inventors Club, based at the Los Angeles homeless youth ministry are producing large numbers when it comes to inventions. "The average prototype for a toy in this industry costs $80,000 and we're doing ours for about $500," says Anthony, an Inventors Club member and technology mentor for the homeless youth with ideas.
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These inventions and new products are powered by technology invented by youth that live in, or come out of their homeless youth shelter. These youths that are getting their lives together as a part of an inventors club called "Technology from Heaven", a ministry of "Hope for Homeless Youth". (http://www.HopeforHomelessYouth.org) The ex-gang members, ex-drug addicts and youth coming out of homelessness are the inventors of these flying toys.
"There is just so much untapped potential out there," says the unassuming Golliher. "These ignored and forgotten kids are just as smart as any other kids. Every so often, we are able to bring one who actually wants out of that life into our supervised living homes and teach them that they have value and are worth being loved. Their intelligence and creativity is often used to survive but we sought to channel it into something more productive for themselves and their life. They were always fabricating something from nothing out there on the streets. Now they can actually put their name on something."
Golliher says, "Inventor Mentors volunteers in the club are current or retired NASA & JPL engineers, patent lawyers, and fabrication and marketing experts. We invite people from every part of the country to join our club that is offered for a $350 donation to help the charity. The club membership offers an eight-step program, which teaches any individual how to protect, develop, and find a buyer for their invention or product idea and receive royalties."
TFH Consortium, is a 509(a)(3) nonprofit chartered to fund
Hope for Homeless Youth, a 501(c)(3)
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