A new museum in the United States wants to change the way people define failure by showcasing more than 130 inventions that didn’t make it.
Minnesota’s Museum of Failure has a range of failed inventions from around the world on display.
The museum’s creator Dr Samuel West says the museum is all about “trying to communicate how important failure is for progress”.
“Our society stigmatises failure, if you tell somebody you’re a failure, that’s a bad thing and we need to change that.”
One of the failed inventions includes Nintendo’s Virtual Boy, which costed a lot of money and could only be played for a few minutes before players got headaches.
However, Dr West said the same technology was eventually used to create the Nintendo Wii, one of the best-selling video game consoles of all time.