James Dyson designed his first bagless vacuum almost 30 years ago — and even now at age 65, the man that launched Dyson, Inc. and started up a foundation to help young engineers is still not done tinkering with devices. In an interview with Wired, Dyson highlights his failure ridden history as an inventor, how his company keeps a DIY mentality when building and testing prototypes, and his thoughts on the patent system. Head to the source to see what made Dyson the technological leader that he is today and how robots are the next step for his company.
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