Baytown inventor gives it his all on ABC's "The Toy Box"

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A local inventor got the chance of a lifetime. (Richard Cartwright )

A Baytown entrepreneur got the opportunity of the lifetime: the chance to pitch his invention on ABC's "The Toy Box."

Robert from Baytown brought the Atom Ball, a multifunctional, voice-activated entertainment device, before the panel of five kid judges.

On the show, the young judging panel has the opportunity to play with the toy and provide hands-on feedback before deciding which toys move on to the next round.

Unfortunately for Robert, the judges weren't too keen on his invention. He only got one vote and was eliminated from the competition.

Winners from each episode move on to the ground finale, where they compete to win $100,000 in cash, a production contract with Mattel and nationwide distribution through Toys"R"Us.

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