• Obscura camera

    Obscura camera was invented by Abu Ali Al-Hasan Ibn al-Haitham and the first person who fond this camera was Frenchman called Niecephore Niepce. He took the picture and the image was taken by having the shutter left open for eight hours and faded shortly after.
  • Core memory

    Core memory was installed by Jay Forrester on the whirlwind computer. Core memory made the computer more fast and easy and reliable.
  • Acoustically coupled modern

    Acoustically coupled modern type of like telephone and it could heard over long-distance phone line in the background. Inventors developed the acoustically coupled modern to connect computers to the telephone
    Network by means of the standard telephone handset of the day.
  • Tentacle Arm

    Marvin minsky the inventor developed the tentacle arm which moved like an octopus and it had 12 joints designed to reach around the obstacles. It was controlled by the computer. It could also lift the weight of person whether it is heavy or not.
  • Shakey

    SRI International´s Shakey became the first mobile robot controlled by artificial intelligence. Equipped with sensing devices and driven by a problem-solving program called STRIPS, the robot found its way around the halls of SRI by applying information about its environment to a route. Shakey used a TV camera, laser range finder, and bump sensors to collect data, which it then transmitted to a DEC PDP-10 and PDP-15. The computer radioed back commands to Shakey — who then moved at a speed of 2 me
  • Original Atari pong game screenshot

    Pong is released. In 1966, Ralph Baer designed a Ping-Pong game for his Odyssey gaming console. Nolan Bushnell played this game at a Magnavox product show in Burlingame, California. Bushnell hired young engineer Al Alcorn to design a car driving game, but when it became apparent that this was too ambitious for the time, he had Alcorn to design a version of Ping-Pong instead. The game was tested in bars in Grass Valley and Sunnyvale, California where it proved very popular. Pong would revolutioni
  • TV Typewriter

    The TV Typewriter was designed by Don Lancaster and provided the first display of alphanumeric information on an ordinary television set. The original designs included two memory boards and could generate and store 5122 characters as 16 lines of 32 characters. A 90-minute cassette tape provided supplementary storage for about 100 pages of text.
  • Robot and artificial intelligence

    Robots artificial intelligence is some type of speak and spell for those who want to learn more new words. It is one of the easiest technologies that invented instead of writing on the paper. It is for age above 7.
    It could be formulate a mathematical model of the human vocal tract and predict a speech sample based on previous input.
  • The first USB

    The first USB was invented by Dov Moran and he worked for M-system, where the very first Flash drive was manufactured. There was only 4 size were available that time which was 8MB, 16MB, 32MB, and 64MB
  • HP-35

    Hewlett-Packard announced the HP-35 as "a fast, extremely accurate electronic slide rule" with a solid-state memory similar to that of a computer. The HP-35 distinguished itself from its competitors by its ability to perform a broad variety of logarithmic and trigonometric functions, to store more intermediate solutions for later use, and to accept and display entries in a form similar to standard scientific notation.