MRISAR's Philanthropic Research & Development
All exhibit sales and rentals help fund our philanthropic projects and research & development! There is a short video at the bottom of this page about our work!
Our project is a multifaceted, internationally renowned resource which developed from severely disadvantaged beginnings. Our project is a daring, ongoing experiment to develop our family unit and business into a force that does everything possible to help ensure the betterment of the global human family. Our work reaches out to millions each year across the globe.
Our goals are to help educate, inspire and solve real world issues across a wide range of subjects by inventing and presenting responsible, low cost and easy to implement, beneficial humanitarian and environmental based technologies and methods that assist with social, ecological, medical, technological, sustainable and economic solutions!
As part of the multi-generational experiment we home-schooled the youngest members of our family, raising them to be inspired to work towards being a part of an idealistic purpose, such as learning how to acquire and apply knowledge in order to help others. This vital element in multi-generational teaching and goals brings out the best in each person.
Beyond family commitment our first step was to create a family owned and operated business in order to achieve our philanthropic goals to develop beneficial Humanitarian and Environmental based technologies and programs.
In order to help fund our philanthropic R&D work we began designing, fabricating and selling our own hand made robotic, scientific and artistic creations to museums worldwide. Our product line is a result of the incorporation of some of our own R&D technologies.
Our creations incorporate interactive technologies and designs for people with disabilities and other special needs. Every device is invented designed and made “In House” which is one example of how our family unit has amassed a multitude of skills.
With extreme dedication and hard work we have created the Earth’s largest selection of internationally renowned and awarded, World-Class robotics exhibits and devices; and “Hands On” scientific, technological and interactive art exhibits. We also provide our own Educational materials for K thru 12/College & University curriculum.
Our Humanitarian & Environmental Research & Development has been presented before and/or published and awarded by: the United Nations, NASA-Emhart, Stanford, Cambridge, ICORR Robotics conferences, ROMAN Robotics conferences, IEEE, Discover Awards, International Federation of Robotics, etc.
Our 1990's circa, original innovative R&D in "Facial Feature Controlled Technology" and "Artificial Sense of Touch Technology" (Adaptive Technology prototypes for the disabled), has helped pioneer those fields!
We were the only company in the world to be awarded an entire chapter regarding our work in the International Federation of Robotics (IFR) “World Robotics; Service Robotics publication, 2011”.
Our customers include World-Class Science Centers, Museums, Universities, NASA, Royalty, Foreign & Domestic Governments, the Film Industries for inclusion in media productions, etc. Through this venue of edutainment we have inspired millions of people, from all walks of life and skill levels.
Although Exhibit purchases help fund our own beneficial R&D, it is not enough to cover the costs of patenting and producing our over 150 humanitarian and environmental inventions and for developing the entire diversity of the worldwide aspects of our project goals.
Our budget is not enough to complete the creation of low impact, self-sustaining, alternative energy powered, Humanitarian & Environmental R&D institutes with Think Tank Invention labs. Accomplishing the prototype environments also requires R&D of new technologies and improvement of existing technologies. To try to compensate for this we have started a crowd funding campaign and are also in the process of creating a non-profit.
Our current location is a low budget predecessor to the expansive goals. Acquiring an old school in a rural location was a way, within budget, to have a very large amount of square feet and some acreage to start. From this vantage point we are working to launch the fully interactive institutes and the foundation of our more expansive programs. To help fund future R&D, part of the Institutes will be used as a World-Class “Interactive, Robotics, Technology, Invention, Art & Nature Centers” that will feature our Interactive Exhibits and will incorporate “Responsible Technologies”! Admission will be free to the underprivileged. A small admission fee to others will help funding!
We work to inspire this and upcoming generations to establish careers in responsible technologies that improve the quality of life and promote global responsibility. Adding ideals to education will help humanity to make kinder decisions. We must create the opportunity for the people that will create the future to develop their inner guidance and potentials.
We wish to help instill the elements of compassion, hope and ideals into the creative and technical fields, to help motivate people to help others with their specific talents and also with simple acts of kindness. We are taking responsibility and doing our part towards ensuring a future for coming generations.
There is a short video at the bottom of this page about our work!
Our first Institute that promotes global responsibility is a 36,000 sq. ft. disused old school building on 10 acres, in SW North Dakota. It is being transformed into a Public Accessible “Self-sustaining Institute”, to inspire and educate the general populace in the areas of robotics, technology, science, inventiveness, global responsibility, art and nature!
We provide enriching, entertaining and engaging hands-on interactive exhibits, classes, demonstrations and other events. We seek to provide guidance and collaboration with others to help solve real world issues. To expand the reach of our rural low budget incubator we do presentations in schools, senior facilities, colleges, etc.
Our production and placement of exhibits across the planet in museums & centers reaches millions each year and paves the way for our centers to be located in areas with better public access. We wish to encourage others to explore their own beneficial potentials, ideals and abilities and to develop solutions to global problems.
We are also restoring part of the facility for peaceful and creative retreats and conferences. Our project works to help our community with tourism and to create “job creating” responsible technologies. In the preservation and reuse of the school we are creating educational enrichment and productivity.
Since our project is in an old school building, it also serves as an example of how to save historically and educationally significant buildings, which are an important part of communities. We work to transform them into new places of educational and moral enrichment, R&D and inspiration.
Although our current location is in a zone 3 growing region, it is an affordable large scale base of operations to serve as the foundation of future institute projects in more populated locations and in remote areas of the planet, because we use it for the production of our devices and as a method to reach the rest of the world from this incubator location.
For the benefit of mental and physical health, we are vegetarians. No one smokes, drinks or does anything that diminishes their well-being. On a daily basis we read spiritual studies, meditate and pray to help keep the mind balanced and positive. We study and practice, with success, alternative healing methods so that we can effectively treat each other when injury or illness occurs.
Our Institute project is non-denominational and educational. A person does not need to be religious in any way, but people who are, will find elements in our project which are in some respects reminiscent of a monastery, in that they promote peace and compassion for all.
We are working to setup a membership aspect of our project as a way to further encourage other people across the globe. More will be added about this aspect very shortly.
Terms: 7-year warranty against defects in our workmanship; Free Life-time phone/internet technical support; Life-time parts supply sourcing for our exhibits at reasonable prices. Contact us for price information.
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