How technology has improved

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  • 3,600 BCE

    The civilzation mesopotámica invented the first wheel.

    The civilzation mesopotámica invented the first wheel.
    The civilzation mesopotámica invented the first wheel. Maybe this is some of the most important inventions. Here is how they do it. (In the picture) This was invented in the century 35.
  • 1398

    Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press

    Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press
    Johannes Gutenberg is usually cited as the inventor of the printing press. Indeed, the German goldsmith's 15th-century contribution to the technology was revolutionary
  • The steam machine.

    The steam machine.
    Savary, Inglés, invented the steam machine. The Savery machine consisted of a tank connected to a boiler, and to two pipes, one of which connected it to the water from the mine to be extracted and another to the outside. The operation of the machine was as follows: the valve connecting the boiler with the tank was first opened and filled with steam, the air exiting through a non-return valve.
  • Benjamín Franklin discovered electricity

    Benjamín Franklin discovered electricity
    Electricity is a form of energy and it occurs in nature, so it was not “invented.”The truth about the discovery of electricity is a bit more complex than a man flying his kite. It actually goes back more than two thousand years.In 1752, Ben Franklin conducted his experiment with a kite, a key, and a storm. This simply proved that lightning and tiny electric sparks were the same thing.
  • Charles Babbage invented the computer

    Charles Babbage invented the computer
    The first mechanical computer, created by Charles Babbage in 1822, doesn't really resemble what most would consider a computer today. Therefore, this document has been created with a listing of each of the computer firsts, starting with the Difference Engine and leading up to the computers we use today.
  • Alexander Wolcott invented the first camera.

    Alexander Wolcott invented the first camera.
    He patented his camera design on May 8, 1840. His invention made it possible for candid photos to be taken and not fade away with time.The earliest photographs were not taken with Alexander Wolcott's invention. Joseph Nicephore Niepce used a sliding wooden box to take photographs in 1826. Charles and Vincent Chevalier in Paris created this early predecessor of Mr. Wolcott's invention.
  • Martin Cooper invented the first phone.

    Martin Cooper invented the first phone.
    Matin Cooper invented the first phone , it was name Motorola DynTAC 8000X. It weighed approximately 793 grams.
  • Carl Benz invented the first car.

    Carl Benz invented the first car.
    The first stationary gasoline engine developed by Carl Benz was a one cylinder two stroke unit which ran for the first time on New Year’s Eve 1879. Benz had so much commercial success with this engine that he was able to devote more time to his dream of creating a lightweight car powered by a gasoline engine.He made it form 1885 to 1886. The car was named Thomas Édison.
  • Clément Ader invented the airplane.

    Clément Ader invented the airplane.
    Clément Ader invented the airplane, the date it flew for first time was december, 17, 1903. It was made out fabric and wood.
  • Édison invented the movie camera

    Édison invented the movie camera
    In Edison’s movie studio, technically nicknamed “The Black Maria” (1893), Edison and his staff filmed short movies for later viewing in store-front movie parlors (1894). It’s been said that Edison’s motion pictures did for the eyes what his phonograph did for the ears. In all, about seventy-five, 20 second long, motion pictures were made in Edison’s studio.
  • Guillermo Macorni invented the radio

    Guillermo Macorni invented the radio
    . GUGLIELMO MARCONI
    Guglielmo Marconi, an Italian inventor, proved the feasibility of radio communication. He sent and received his first radio signal in Italy in 1895. By 1899, he flashed the first wireless signal across the English Channel
  • Miller Reese Hutchinson invented acousticon

    Miller Reese Hutchinson invented acousticon
    But the important issue that concerns us is that the American inventor of New York, Miller Reese Hutchinson who when he was 26 invented the first hearing aid for the deaf. The useful invention was called Acousticon and was presented on November 15, 1901. One of the first people to be a user of the great invention was "blue blood." It was Queen Alexandra of England.
  • Jhon Logie Baird invented the television.

    Jhon Logie Baird invented the television.
    Jhon Logie Baird invented the television. The television he invented was a mechanical television, in wich a rotating mechanism generated an image.
  • Catherine Hetimer invented the fidjet spinners

    Catherine Hetimer invented the fidjet spinners
    Catherine Hettinger knew her invention — the fidget spinner — was working as she sat alone before a meeting with the vice president of Hasbro, one of the largest toy manufacturers in the world.It was 1997 and Hasbro didn’t see the magic in the low-tech toy, later sending a rejection letter to Ms Hettinger