Tuesday, 22 January 2019
1881 Jacques d'Arsonval suggests heat energy could be extracted from the oceans
1883 charles Eastman invents plastic photographic film.
1884 Charles Parsons develops the steam turbine
1885 Motor cycle was invented by Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach
1885 Karl Benz builds a gasoline-engined car
1886 josephine Cochran invents the dishwasher.
1888 Friedrich Reinitzer discovers liquid crystals
1888 nikola Tesla patents the alternating current (AC) electric induction motor and, in opposition to Thomas Edison, becomes a staunch advocate of AC power.
1888 Ball-point pen
1890 French brothers Joseph and Louis Lumiere invent movie projectors and open the first movie theater
1890 german engineer Rudolf Diesel develops his diesel engine—a more efficient internal combustion engine without a sparking plug.
1891 Zipper was invented by Whitcomb L. Judson
1893 wireless communication was invented by Nikola Tesla
1893 motion pictures (movies)
1895 Diesel engine was invented by Rudolf Diesel
1895 radio signals were invented by Guglielmo Marconi
1895 german physicist Wilhelm Röntgen discovers X rays.
1895 American Ogden Bolton, Jr. invents the electric bicycle
1898 Remote control was invented by Nikola
1899 everett F. Morse invents the optical pyrometer for measuring temperatures at a safe distance.
1899 tape recorder
1900 photocopying (camera takes a photo of an original)
1900 Paper clips
1901 Vacuum cleaner was invented by Hubert Booth
1901 Guglielmo Marconi sends radio-wave signals across the Atlantic Ocean from England to Canada
1901 The first electric vacuum cleaner is developed
1901 electric washing machine is invented.
1903 Powered airplane was invented by Wilbur Wright and Orville Wright
1903 brothers Wilbur and Orville Wright build the first engine-powered airplane.
1905 Albert Einstein explains the photoelectric effect
1905 Samuel J. Bens invents the chainsaw
1906 willis Carrier pioneers the air conditioner.
1906 Mikhail Tswett discovers chromatography
1906 Photostats (copies made on light-sensitive paper instead of film)