Great Inventions of 2010 By Paavan Solanki http://www.worldamazingrecords.com
German Hartmut Schmuecker presents a head safety belt for car drivers which he claims protects against neck injuries.
Jean-Paul Magr from France with his hollowed out crusty bread for hot dogs
Belgium's Alexis Babusiaux with his one-handed bottle opener.
Lee Jenkins from the UK has invented the 'SoccerTrolley' - described as an easy way to transport soccer training equipment designed for football teams and other sports. It can carry up to six footballs, cones, a first aid kit, notepads, pens, a ball pump, whistles, training bibs and also includes a magnetic dry wipe tactics board.
Spaniard Jose Manuel Martin Ruiz shows off his device that aids changing sheets by flipping over and revolving the bed.
Andreea Violeta Banica of Romania has invented a bodysuit with stretchy underpants which can be used for babies and children up to two years old .
Joan Pujal from Andorra has invented a glove that clips to your clothing and winds and unwinds as you use it...
.it's designed to keep you germ-free when you need to touch something.
Spain's Luis Burgos Agudo has invented a universal opening device for packed solid food and powders.
Francisco Speich from switzerland with the Smart system SSBOT - a coffee machine he claims is easy to handle, hygenic, economic and portable
French engineer Janick Simeray displays his electromagnetic plinth that can levitate small objects like this ball. Simeray has patented 120 inventions and reinvests his profits in research.
Croatian Ivor Kovic presents a device for chest compression in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Swiss Ricardo Matias with his invention that includes a disc for sharpening chain saws.
Thanks to The 38th Exhibition of Inventions held in Geneva Inventors are often perceived as eccentric, original thinkers inspired by dreams, but many of the products at the 38th Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva showed skill, pragmatism and good business sense. Picture: Roland, left, and Raymond de la Celle