We've seen a great deal of plush toys by incorporating type of digital camera within them. As an example, the "Tickle Me Elmo" plush toy is one of the most widely used ones out there. It's easy to realize why they're popular with all the kids. They make sounds! It's that easy. There are also a great deal of stuffed animals that mimic the sounds of the animals that they are representing and big stuffed toys playing recorded messages to make it look like they're talking. So being a plush inventor, in case you go down this path as well?
Let's discuss the great reasons for plush toys that includes electronics first. Done correctly, it could add value on the toy. There's no doubt that. Take for example stuffed animals. If they can make sounds of the animals that they are patterned after, it adds value on the toy since they ensure it is more realistic. Then there's the example of large stuffed toys "talking". These toys are ideal for comfort. If you record inspirational messages and set them in the toy, value is included with it. In addition, if you use the toy being a promotional tool you'll be able to put a billboard or possibly a sales message in it to promote your product. Simply put, add electronics should you be certain that you'll be able to add value on the plush toys.
On another hand, there are some disadvantages to putting electronics in stuffed toys. The most obvious an example may be the complexity. It goes without saying that putting electronics in your toys is much more complicated than simply making them out of the box. There will usually be described as a box inside and often, wires are put as well. These trigger the device to accomplish its thing. Because of this, you need to allot bigger investment. In addition, there's also the possibility of defects that will customize the overall quality of your toy. For example, the stuffed toy that has been making sounds within the past several years suddenly becomes "quiet" thus affecting the general appeal of the toy. If the large stuffed toys suddenly stopped "talking", it will not be the same anymore. It's since they were marketed as toys with electronics within them. There's also the belief that plush toys that produce sounds can be described as a little annoying for adults. It might sound silly but try stepping over a "Tickle Me Elmo" doll after a half-hour when attempting to create your kids sleep.
All in all of the, it's a good idea if you've got the money and the idea to make it work. Make certain that it adds value on the toy or perhaps the efforts definitely won't be worth every penny. Aside from that, make certain that you partner up with a reliable manufacturer. As I've said, it could be described as a very complicated process and you also wouldn't wish to be tied to 5,000 plush toys with defective electronics within them. But if it's right, it could be very rewarding. As a toy inventor, that's all you'll be able to request.