Owen Nannarone, of Scituate, Mass., is a 10-year-old inventor.  Seen here playing video games in his bedroom, Owen likes to take apart and repair electronics and motors.  He recently developed a prototype for a golf tee that can measure the speed and direction of a golf ball as it's hit.  Two years ago, he developed something called the EZ-Cinch Net, a fishing net with closeable compartments that allow him to collect multiple turtles or frogs from nearby bogs without the animals contacting one another.
Owen Nannarone, of Scituate, Mass., is a 10-year-old inventor. Seen here playing video games in his bedroom, Owen likes to take apart and repair electronics and motors. He recently developed a prototype for a golf tee that can measure the speed and direction of a golf ball as it's hit. Two years ago, he developed something called the EZ-Cinch Net, a fishing net with closeable compartments that allow him to collect multiple turtles or frogs from nearby bogs without the animals contacting...
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