Baylis went on to invent a shoe that could generate electricity as you walked. He also developed products for people with disabilities such as one-handed scissors. He created the Trevor Baylis Foundation which hoped to help inventors protect their work.
Trevor Baylis passed away on March 5, 2018 at age 80. We appreciate his contribution to society.
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