Necessity Is the Mother of Invention
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
As an engineer, I’ve spent my entire career inventing products to help people. I’ve created hundreds of new products and have many patents to my name.
When my mother, who walks with the assistance of a cane, told me that she was terrified of falling in the dark because of an unseen tripping hazard, I knew I needed to find an answer. After scouring the Internet, I realized there were no good solutions available. Cane lights existed, but they were cumbersome, expensive and required tools that made them difficult for nearly anyone – including my mother - to install and operate.
So I went to work. I used my engineering skills and manufacturing know-how to invent the Path Light Mobility Light.
I designed the Path Light product to be easily installed, with no tools required, and to fit virtually any cane. Battery replacement is also a snap. Path Light’s internal sensors do everything else for you. The SmartSense technology works automatically, turning Path Light on when you need it and off when you don’t. When your cane is not in use, the Night Beacon makes it easy to find it in the dark. Path Light really does do it all for you.
If you are one of the millions of Americans who walks with the assistance of a mobility device, Path Light can help you to see your way safely in the dark, avoid trips and falls, and gain self-assurance. It’s more than a light – it’s your peace of mind.
Inventor of Path Light Mobility Light