Dominic Wilcox works between the worlds of art, design, craft and technology to create innovative, thought provoking and surprising objects.
He exhibits his work internationally and has been commissioned by diverse brands such as BMW MINI, Kelloggs and Paul Smith.
Some of his most notable work includes the world's first GPS shoes, a stained glass driverless sleeper car of the future and tiny sculptures balanced on the hands of watches.
He's now on a mission to inspire children to become the inventors of the future with his worldwide Little Inventors project.
Taking our little ideas for a walk.
Three years ago, while standing in a field during a festival I had a little idea. Instead of quickly moving on to other thoughts as usual, I decided to take the idea seriously. A few months later, with the help of some great people and a 400 children in my home town, the idea was made real. I put it on the internet and TV cameras came to visit. Then I was invited to speak at the UN about it and now it's heading to space.
This is a talk about acting on the little ideas we have, taking the bonkers thoughts seriously and pushing things as far as you can.