30 great inventions

  • telegraph

    The non-electric telegraph was invented by Claude Chappe in 1794. This system was visual and used semaphore, a flag-based alphabet, and depended on a line of sight for communication.
  • Lawn Mower

    The first lawn mower was invented by an Englishmen, Edwin Beard Brown, and it was invented to cut sports grounds and luxury lawns.
  • morse code

    Morse Code was invented by Samuel F. B. Morse (1791-1872), a painter and founder of the National Academy of Design. He conceived the basic idea of an electromagnetic telegraph in 1832.
    Today experienced operators copy received text without the need to write as they receive, and when transmitting,
  • sewing Machine

    Several people tried to attempt the machine but Howe was first to invent it.His sewing machine revolutionized clothing manufacturing, and contributed greatly to the Industrial Revolution
  • Washing Machine

    The first washing machine was invented in 1846.It was a crude invention imitated hand washing by rubbing clothes on a board invented by H. Sidgier
  • typewriters

    Christopher Latham Sholes(1819-1890)
    Sholes was a U.S. mechanical engineer who invented the first practical modern typewriter, patented in 1868.
  • telephone

    Invention Question: When Was The Telephone Invented? Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876, at the age of 29.
  • metal dectator

    When metal detectors were first invented, they were rather large contraptions. Nowadays, with advancements in technology, metal detectors can be carried as a handheld device.
  • Hair dyer

    The hair dryer was invented by a frenchman whose name is Alexander Godefoy in the year 1890. people are very glad that this item was created otherwise our hair would take a long time to dry out.
  • Camera

    In 1892 George Eastman established the Eastman Kodak Company, at Rochester, New York, one of the first firms to mass-produce standardized photography equipment.
  • radio

    Guglielmo Marconi is credited with inventing radio.Radio is the radiation and detection of signals sent through space as radio waves.
  • lie dectector

    Americans love gadgets, so it is not hard to explain the popularity of the lie detector. Many people believe in the validity of lie detectors because the instruments and printouts resemble those used by doctors and others who collect scientific data and because lie detectors are simple, convenient shortcuts to hard complicated decisions.
  • Air Conditioner

    A British scientist and inventor Michael Faraday discovered that compressing and liquefying a certain gas could chill air when the liquefied ammonia was allowed to evaporate.
  • radar

    In 1917, Nikola Tesla, a mechanical/electrical engineer and inventor, established the principles related to frequency and power level for primitive radar units. Before the Second World War, the efforts of the American, German, French and British researchers as also the developments by the Soviets led to the creation of the modern radar equipment.
  • the television

    Charles Jenkins invented a mechanical television system called radiovision and claimed to have transmitted the earliest moving silhouette images on June 14, 1923.
  • traffic light

    It was powered by gaslight gas, and had to be manually switched from green to red. After a little over a month in operation this traffic light exploded and caused some injuries to its operator.
  • Answering Machine

    The first answering machine was a three-foot-tall machine popular with Orthodox Jews who were forbidden to answer the phone on the Sabbath.
  • microwave

    The Microwave was invented in 1946 by Dr.Dercy,He was the first to experiment on a piece of popcorn and then an egg
  • Clocks

    When Was The Atomic Clock Invented?In 1955, the National Physical Laboratory in England built the first cesium-beam clock used as a calibration source.
  • remote

    the remote was invented in1956 by Zenith Electronics Corporation.He was assigned to lead a team of engineers to work on the first use of ultrasonic's technology in the home as a new approach for a remote control.
  • Optical Disk

    An optical disk is a plastic-coated disk that stores digital data. Tiny pits are etched into the disk surface that are read with a laser scanning the surface
  • compact disk

    James Russell invented the first compact disk. the compact disk did not become popular until it was mass manufactured by Philips in 1980
  • the computer

    The computer was invented by Charles Babbage.computers are based on microprocessors. And now we are in the fifth generation of computers, where artificial intelligence takes precedence. Following is the story of the man who invented the computer, and when he did that, little did the world know that Charles Babbage had managed to alter the course of history .
  • Light Bulb

    The light bulb was invented by Thomas Edison the light buld changed human exisetence by illuminating the night and making hospitable to a wide range of human activity
  • Electrictty

    Electricity wasnt really invented it was discovered.The earliest known recording of electricty dates back to 600 B.C. Otto Von Guerricke invented a machine that produce static electricity.