You Won't Believe These Inventions Were Created By Kids

In the first episode of Me, Myself & I, 14-year-old Alex Riley (Jack Dylan Grazer) reveals one of his first creations, the Alex Riley Adjustable Table Wedge (patent pending). But Alex isn't the only kid to have come up with a game-changing invention. Check out even more revolutionary concepts that were conceived by wunderkinds. Watch the series premiere of Me, Myself & I on Monday, Sept. 25 at 9:30/8:30c on CBS and CBS All Access.

All it takes is one great idea

All it takes is one great idea

At the start of Me, Myself & I, 14-year-old Alex Riley (Jack Dylan Grazer) already has a penchant for tinkering.

In the premiere episode, the young inventor reveals one of his first notable creations, the Alex Riley Adjustable Table Wedge (patent pending), which eliminates wobbly tables for good!

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But Alex isn't the only kid to have come up with a game-changing invention. Check out even more revolutionary concepts that were conceived by real-life wunderkinds.

Watch the series premiere of Me, Myself & I on Monday, Sept. 25 at 9:30/8:30c on CBS and CBS All Access.

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Trampoline (invented by a 16-year-old)

Trampoline (invented by a 16-year-old)

The first ever trampoline was called a "bouncing rig"—literally a canvas sheet stretched over a steel, rectangular frame—and later evolved into the contraption we know today.

Read the whole story of how the trampoline was invented.
Popsicle (invented by an 11-year-old)

Popsicle (invented by an 11-year-old)

Popsicles—or "ice pops" as we know them today—were invented quite by accident in 1905, when a young boy left a glass of water, with powdered soda mix and a wooden stick in it, outside overnight.

Read the whole story of how popsicles were invented.
Braille (invented by a 15-year-old)

Braille (invented by a 15-year-old)

A blind boy spent ages 12 to 15 streamlining a previously established system, sonography, by creating simple dot combinations that were based on letters rather than sounds.

Read the whole story of how Braille was invented.
A potential pancreatic cancer detector (invented by a 15-year-old)

A potential pancreatic cancer detector (invented by a 15-year-old)

A freshman in high school rocked the science world when he developed a test for early pancreatic cancer detection in 2013.

Read the whole story of how this test was invented.

Will Alex Riley's creations stand up to any of these important achievements?

Watch the series premiere of Me, Myself & I on Monday, Sept. 25 at 9:30/8:30c on CBS and CBS All Access.

Follow Me, Myself & I on Facebook, Twitter (@MeMyselfAndICBS), and Instagram (@memyselfandicbs).