Greatest technologies in 1960s

Timeline created by MAldakheel
  • 1961-Space war computer game

    1961-Space war computer game
    In 1961 the first graphics on the computer were invented in the form of a computer game named Space War computer game. The innovation was done by Steve Russell. The game was installed in the new DEC PDP-1 minicomputers developed in the Massachusetts Institute of technology. The game was designed for two players who could engage in a battle using spaceships.
  • 1962-The First audio cassette

    1962-The First audio cassette
    The first audio cassette was developed by Phillips from the Netherlands in 1962. The cassette utilized a polyester of around 1/8 inches which was produced by a German chemical company named BASF. The cassettes had an incredible recording speed of around 1.7 inches and a playback speed of around 8 inches, all per second.
  • 1964- Computer Mouse

    1964- Computer Mouse
    In this year Douglas Engelbart invented the first mouse in the most simplified form. The initial mouse had a code in the front part; however, it was quickly moved to the back to minimize its interference. The mouse was in the form of a wooden box containing two mental wheels that could contact the surface. The mouse had only one key.
  • 1968- Transactions on Computer

    1968- Transactions on Computer
    During the year, the government of the United States invented transactions on the computer. The computer's initial transactions were initiated by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The introduction of computers revolutionized the business world by making it easier to do business
  • 1969-First ATM

    1969-First ATM
    Don Wetzel created developed the first ATM. The idea came to his mind after spending hours standing in a long queue in a bank in Dallas. The introduction of ATMs completely revolutionized the banking system; people no longer have to wait for long hours to be attended. There is no better sound than that of the ATMs dishing out cash.
  • 1970- Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM)

    1970-  Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM)
    Robert Dennard created DRAM an improved RAM with new modifications and more advanced. He was not the first to create Ram; however, his technological additions ensured that computers could have larger memories for cheaper costs. A single-chip could hold billions of ram cells.