Columbus, OHUSA 43085
September 11, 2012
The Q-cam (tentative name).
I've been working on a solution to this energy problem for 10 years. I feel I have a great solution now, but need patent protections before proceeding.
As a kid, I read physics and astronomy books, and took things apart to see how they worked. In high school I scored second place in a state math test. I had my geometric proofs published in a magazine. In college I majored in math, with some physics. By trade, I'm a VOIP and network engineer. Since childhood I have been building things and tinkering in my workshop.
Alternative energy -- powering the house. I cut the payback period from 30 - 40 years for photo-voltaics (PVs) to probably under 5 years for the Q-cam (tentative name) by capturing much more of the 200 watts per square foot than the PVs are able to capture. Q-cam is not PV, and Q-cam is not expensive to produce like PVs are.
I designed a new way to generate energy. I took a patent class, and talked to some lawyers who said domestic and international patents would cost in the range of $5,000 to $25,000. I'm looking for advice or funding. I really need the help of a team.