September 30th, 2010 by in Stuff That's Interesting

“America’s largest invention factory”, Inventionland, turns out 2,000-2,400 new inventions each year with a license being secured with a corporation every three business days.  George Davison, founder and chief executive officer of new product development firm Davison International, created Inventionland and set up shop in a 70,000 square-foot wonderland outside of Pittsburg, PA specifically designed to foster creative thinking and new ideas. According to their site:

Employees at Inventionland work in 16 unique themed sets, such as a shipwrecked pirate ship, a faux cave, a giant robot and a castle complete with turrets and drawbridge. The inspiring setting includes three running waterfalls, life-like trees and butterflies and chirping birds. In the rear of Inventionland is a red carpet that leads to a state-of-the art audio, video, and animation studio complete with sound room and one of the largest green screens in the tri-state area.

Office Snapshots has more pictures of the awesome facility here.