Advances in history

Timeline created by Anyelo.
  • Scientific Advances

    Scientific Advances
    During the XIX century there were too much scientific advances.
    In this timeline I'm going to explain 5, that are: anaesthetic, electric bulb, cinema, gramophone and telephone.
  • Technological Advances

    Technological Advances
    During the XIX century, technological advances were developed too much faster as scientific advances. In this timeline I'm going to show u 5, that are: cars, zeppelin, thermometer, sewing machine and elevator.
  • Sewing Machine

    Sewing Machine
    The first sewing machine is attributed to Elias Howe, in 1846
  • Anaesthesia

    Anaesthesia
    Anaesthesia was one of the most important advances in history, and it was inveted by William Morton in 1846.
  • Elevator

    Elevator
    Elisha Otis was the inventor of the elevator. Otis began selling its first safe elevators in 1853. His invention was widely publicized in 1854.
  • Electric Bulb

    Electric Bulb
    This invention was assigned to Thomas Edison, but later on people discovered that the creator was The german Henrich Göbel.
  • Telephone

    Telephone
    For many years Graham Bell was their inventors together with Elisha Gray, but they were not only the first to patent them. In fact, its inventor was Antonio Meucci, who could not patent it or present it due to financial problems.
  • Clinic Thermometer

    Clinic Thermometer
    It was created by Thomas Clifford Allbutt, in 1866
  • Zeppelin

    Zeppelin
    It was developed by Ferdinand Von Zeppelin, in 1872.
  • Car

    Car
    Car was created by Karl Benz in 1886 in Germany, and he started to produce it in 1888.
  • Gramophone

    Gramophone
    It was the first system that could record and reproduct sounds who uses a flat disc, that was a difference between phonograph, that used a cylinder. It was patented by Emile Berliner.
  • Cinema

    Cinema
    Cinema was created in 1894 by Lumière's brothers, they created the first machine that could proyect images in real time.