Disney has their next inspiring true story in line for the big screen. They’re calling it Electric Boy Genius, and it’s based on a 2002 GQ article about young inventor and electrical engineering wunderkind Ryan Patterson who, at just 17 years of age, invented an electronic sign-language device that used sensors in a glove to translate specific hand movements into letters on a screen. The article, written by Andrew Corsello, told of Ryan’s victory at the 2001 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, which got him a job working in aerospace robotics for Lockheed Martin. Learn more after the break. Read More »