In our constant will to bring to our public the most interesting, useful and curious patents of invention from all over the world, today we came across with an “unusual” but real interesting field applied to intellectual property: magic.
From the great “Inventors” portrait created by filmmaker and photographer David Friedman, today we propose a short video presenting how patents meet magics through the brilliant Mark Setteducati: magician, artist, magic toys and puzzles inventor.
As we will see in the video, Mark uses principles of mathematics and illusions to invent his puzzles and toys.
Born in New York City, after graduating from the School of Visual Arts and a period as design teacher, he decided to become a full-time game inventor. The curious thing is that he consider himself more as a magician and artist than inventor, because “