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  • electrochemical telegraph

    electrochemical telegraph created in germany by samuel thomas in 1809
  • braille

    a system of reading and writing of raised dots
  • Printing Press, Rotary

    Richard Hoe , inabled the mass printing in a short time
  • Printing Press, Web Rotary

    William Bullock, printed small parts of a paper on meny pieces of paper in a rotation
  • Telephone

    Alexander Graham Bell,is a telecommunications device that transmits and receives sound, most commonly the human voice.
  • light bulb

    invented in amarica invented in 1879 by thomas edison
  • Film, Roll

    George Eastman, the matireal that goes into the kodak camera that keeps the picture
  • Halftone Printing Process

    Frederic Ives, technique of breaking up an image into a series of dots so as to reproduce the full tone range of a photograph
  • Linotype

    Ottmar Mergenthaler , is a "line casting" machine used in printing
  • Multiplex Railway Telegraph

    Granville Wood,often be defined by the esteem in which he is held by fellow inventors
  • Camera, Kodak

    George Eastman, a camera that hold pictures on a film inside that can be made into full size pictures.
  • Teleautograph

    Elisha Gray an analog precursor to the modern fax machine
  • Pupin Inductance Coil

    Michael Pupin , The Pupin inductance coil, made long-distance telephone service possible by amplifying the signal at intervals along the line
  • Wireless Telegraph

    Guglielmo Marconi,a historic term used today to apply to early radio telegraph communications techniques and practices, particularly those used during the first three decades of radio (1887 to 1920) before the term radio came into use.
  • Radio, Wireless Signaling

    Reginald Fessenden, a devise that can control a radio without wires
  • flashlight

    Conrad Hubert , people can send coded messages or moris code
  • Crayons

    Edward Binney and Harold Smith,alowed people to communicat threw pictures and writing
  • Fax Machine

    Alexander Bain,allowed people to send messagess to one another threw fax
  • Alexanderson alternator

    Ernst Alexanderson, a rotating machin that creates high frequency curent.
  • Radio Remote Control

    John Hays Hammond,a contrloer for a radio that dose not use wires
  • Television, mechanical

    John Logie Baird,a television system that used mechanical or electromechanical devices to capture and display images.
  • Television

    Philo T. Farnsworth, a machin that recives informatioin adn terns it into a picture on a glass screen
  • multiplane camera

    Walt Disney, a special motion picture camera used in the traditional animation process
  • ball point pen

    Ladislas Biro, it alowed people to write messages to eachother without sharpaning a pencil
  • Instant Photography

    Edwin Herbert, being able to take pictures and instantly being able to see them on a screen instead of having them developed
  • LEGO

    Ole Kirk Christiansen, messages, simblas and images of objects to comunicate
  • mobile phone

    a phone that can be moved without wires
  • World Wide Web

    Tim Berners-Lee,the internet that was avalible to the world
  • google

    Sergey Brin and Larry Page, people can look up and find any information that they need
  • ipod

    A portable device for downloading audio/video from the internet iTunes Web site Manufactured by Apple Computer