Press Release

February 15, 2015

A new reason to get excited about’s fun!

A new, creative way to educate the laymen and get the average person interested in nanotechnology is being implemented by Inspired Designs LLC. They are gearing up to kickstart an educational product line that is entertaining and playful at the same time.

By mixing entertainment with education, Inspired Designs believes they can introduce people to new concepts and ideas in a fun and engaging way by leveraging natural curiosity.

The new product line uses a peculiar nano material called ferrofluid that behaves like a magnetic liquid. The ferrofluid is comprised of superparamagnetic magnetite nanoparticles only 10 nm in diameter suspended in a chemically tuned carrier fluid.

Inspired Designs believes it’s important to get people more interested in the disruptive potential of nanotechnology. Advances in nanotech have immense potential for positive change within most of our lifetimes. They intend to arouse more interest in this important field by encouraging people to play with their products. The products are meant to be fun and peak curiosity. They also include informative material behind the science of the product to help educate about nanotechnology.

Two products are being introduced, nicknamed The Thinker and The Inspiration. Members of the media will have an exclusive opportunity to review the prototypes. A limited number of The Thinker  are available by request. Only one exclusive review of The Inspiration will be awarded to the writer of the article that results in the most pledges to the kickstarter campaign within the first 48 hours of launch.

The new product line is going to be launched via Kickstarter. The purpose of this press release is to gauge the interest of members of the media before the launch of the Kickstarter campaign and offer various exclusives. Please see the preview link for more information and contact Kyle Haines with any questions.

Contact Info:

Kyle Haines, Founder



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