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The food processor is created making chopping easier
James Fergason invents the LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Screen
The VCR is introduced
1972: Word processing is created
1973: Gene splicing changes science
Ethernet is invented by Robert Metcalfe & Xerox
1974: Liposuction changes the cosmetic surgery industry
1975: The laser printer is created
1976: The inkjet printer is created
1977: Raymond V. Damadian invents magnetic reasonance imaging
1978: The Jarvik-7 artificial heart is created by Robert K. Jarvik
1979: Cell phones gain popularity
Cray Seymour creates the super computer
Sony introduces the walkman Advances in Personal Technologies Technology Through The Ages 1940's-1970's
By Hannah Carver 1940-1945 1940: Modern Color Television invented by Peter Goldmark
1941:The first computer controlled by software is invented by Konrad Zuse
Aersol Spray Cans are invented by David Goodloe & W.N. Sullivan
1942: First electronic digital computer is invented by John Atansoff & Clifford Berry
1943: Synthetic Rubber is created
The iconic slinky is invented by Richard James
Albert Hofmann discovers the hallucinogenic properties of LSD
The aqualung is discovered by Emile Gagnan & Jacques Cousteau
1944: The kidney dialysis machine is invented by William Kolff
Synthetic cortisone is invente by Percy Lavon Julian
1945: The atomic bomb is created dramatically changing international warfare. 1950-1960 1950: The first credit card is invented by Ralph Schneider
1951: Super glue is invented
Francis W. David develops the power steering system.
1952: The bar code made by Joseph Woodland & Bernard Silver is patented
The hydrogen bomb is produced by Edward Teller & his team
1953: RCA introduces the first music synthesizer
Texas Instruments introduces the transitor radio
1954: Oral contraceptives are invented
The solar cell is introduced by Chaplin, Fuller & Pearson
1955: Tetracycline is discovered
1956: The first hard disk used for computers is introduced
1957: Fortran, a computer language, is invented
1958: The first computer modem is invented
The laser is introduced by Gordon Gould
1959: The internal pacemaker makes headlines after being invented by Christopher Cockerell
1960: The Halogen Lamp is introduced 1946-1950 1946: The microwave oven is invented by Percy spencer
1947: The mobile phone is introduced but not sold until 1983
1948: Velcro is discovered by George de Mestral
The jukebox is invented by Robert Hope-Jones
1949: Boxed cake mix revolutionizes American baking Technology
1940-1979 Advances in Medical Technology 1961-1970 1961: Valium is introduced changing the medical field
1962: The audio cassette is invented
Space Wars, the first video game, is produced
1963: Video disks were made available
1964: BASIC, an early computer language, was invented by John George Kemney & Tom Kurtz
1965: Soft contact lenses were introduced revolutionizing optometry
CD's were created
1966: Cars could use Electronic fuel injection
1967:The hand-held calculator was invented by Texas Instruments.
1968: The computer mouse was invented by Douglas Engelbart
The first computer with integrated circuits is created
RAM is introduced by Robert Dennard
1969: ARPANET, the first form of internet, is introduced
An artificial heart is discoverd and manufactured
The ATM was introduced
The first bar code scanner was introduced making shop keeping easier.
1970: Aaron Shugart creates the floppy disk. APUSH 4/10/13 Sources: 41: SOFTWARE COMPUTER
Aersol spray cans
42: Electronic digital
43: synthetic rubber
44: kidney dialysis
45: atomic bomb
46: microwave oven
47: mobile phones
49: boxed cake mix 50: credit card
51: super glue
video tape recorder
52: bar code
53: music synthesizer
54: oral contraceptives
56: computer hard disk
58: computer modem
59: internal pacemaker
microchip 60: halogen lamp
62: audio cassette
63: video disks
65: soft contact lenses
compact disk (CD)
66: electronic fuel injection
67: handheld calculator
68: computer mouse
computer with integrated circuits
Bar code scanner 70: floppy disk
71: dot matrix printer
72: Word processor
73: gene splicing
75: laser printer
76: inkjet printer
77: magnetic reasonance imaging
78: artificial heart
79: cell phones
http://www.howstuffworks.com/ 498240931904948919751590 To begin, I would like to present you the standard form for a timeline. After the generic timeline, you will be shown an in depth look into the technology invented between 1940-1979. This "timeline" will be divided into categories based on Medicine, Computers, Auto & Weapons, and Personal Technologies Beginning Note 1943: Albert Hoffman discovers the hallucinogenic properties of LSD, a dangerous drug.
Emile Gagnan & Jacques Cousteau create the aqualung, an oxygen tank used for prolonged underwater exposure.
1944: Willem Kolff creates the kidney dialysis machine, which acts as a filter for those whose kidneys have failed.
1954: Gregory Gordon Pincus invents the first oral contraceptive, other wise known as the "pill"
1955: Benjamin Minge Duggar discovers tetracycline a powerful form of antibiotics used to treat skin disorders & acne.
1959: Wilson Greatbatch invents the internal pacemaker, a revolutionary step in cardiac health.
1961: Leo Sternbach invents valium, a drug used to treat anxiety disorders, seizures, & addictions.
1965: Otto Wichterle and Drahoslav Lim invented the soft contact lens, which promoted eye health and revolutionized optometry.
1969: Paul Winchell creates the artificial heart, drastically changing cardiac medicine
1972: Gene splicing is introduced by Herb Boyer & Stanley Cohen
1974: Georgio Fischer introduces liposuction, adding appeal to cosmetic surgery.
1977: Raymond V. Damadian introduces the Magnetic Resonance Imaging Machine (MRI) making diagnostic medicine easier.
1978: Robert K. Jarvik introduces the second artificial heart, the Jarvik-7 1940: CBS introduces the modern day color TV.
1941: Lyle David Goodloe & W.N. Sullivan introduce aerosol spray cans
1943: Richard James introduces the iconic slinky
James Wright creates silly putty
1946: Percy Spencer invents the microwave oven, revolutionizing the food industry.
1947: AT&T began to sell mobilized cellular service, however, this did not become popular until 1979
Earl Silas Tupper introduced tupperware, a container product that quickly gained popularity.
1948: After being inspired by forest burs, Geroge De Mestral creates velcro
1949: Duff & Sons creates the first commercial cake mix
1950: Ralph Schneider creates the first credit card
1952: Charles Ginsberg and his team create the first Video Tape Recorder (VTR)
Joseph Woodland & Bernard Silver patent the bar code
1953: RCA releases the music synthesizer
Texas Instruments releases the transitor radio.
1954: Chaplin, Fuller & Pearson release the solar cell
1960: Elmer Fridrich & Emmett Wiley released a brighter lightbult known as the hydrogen bulb
1962: Philips releases the first audio cassette
1963: Steve Russel creates the video disc
1965: James Russell creates the compact disk (CD) which replaced the floppy disk
1967: Texas Instruments released the hand-held calculator
1969: John Shepherd Baron & Donald Wetzel change banking by introducing the ATM
Norman Joseph Woodland introduces the barcode scanner
1971: Pierre Verdon creates the food processor, making chopping, pureeing, & dicing foods easier
Charles Paulson Ginsberg created the Video Cassette Recorder (VCR)
1979: Motorola creates the first mobile phone
Sony creates a portable CD player, the walkman
Advances in Computers, Automobiles, & Weaponry 1941: Konrad Zuse introduced Computer Z23, the first computer controlled by software
1942: John Atanasoff & Clifford Berry created the first electronic digital computer
1945: Motivated by Albert Einstein, American scientists created the atom bomb
1952: Edward Teller & his team invented hydrogen bomb, changing international warfare
1956: Christopher Cockerell creates the hovercraft, an invention that did not gain much popularity.
1957: IBM creates the first computer language, FORTRAN
1958: Bell Laboratories releases the first computer modem
Gordon Gould creates the laser
1959: Jack Kilby & Robert Noyce create the microchip, which is later used in all computers
1962: Space Wars, the first video game, was released by Steve Russell
1964: BASIC, another early computer language, is produced by John George Kemney & Tom Kurtz
1966: Electronic Fuel Injection system is invented, making it easier for cars to run
1968: Douglas Engebart releases the mouse, a fundamental accessory for computers
1969: ARPANET, the first internet, is created by DARPA
1970: Digital Equipment Corporation releases the Dot Matrix Printer
1971: James Fergason releases the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screen, which is still utilized today
1972: IBM releases the first word processing system
1973: Robert Metcalfe & Xerox release ethernet
1975: Gary Starkweather invents the laser printer
1976: The inkjet printer is introduced
1979: Seymour Cray releases the Cray Supercomputer
I chose to divide the timeline into three different categories based on the regards of the invention. By doing this I drew more focus and explanation to the different inventions. The medical portion focuses on technological inventions that benefited the medical field. For the personal technologies segment, I explained the somewhat miscellaneous technological inventions that were introduced in the period between 1940-1979. For the computer, automobile, & weaponry sector I showcased the true technological innovations of the time.