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Kayleah Neace New inventions Old Inventions Work Cited Work Cited Work Cited ghjk mhj Bionic Contact Lens developed by Innovega technology
not distributed yet
$115,000 to create
Through surgery, doctors install an antenna behind a patient's eye and connect it to a special pair of eye wear
When visible light hits the surface of your retina, the information is set to a cable device which will re-send information back in order to help with vision, brightness, color shades, etc.
focuses simultaneously on images that are close up or far away
a form of virtual reality interfacing
can also work as contacts regardless of having a prescription or not
sends info about your eyes to the doctor
Scientists would later like to use nanotechnology to make the contacts broadcast videos, pictures, and emails out of your eye Electric Chair created by employees of Thomas Edison
has been used as form of education in the US for several decades and also in Philippines
Today in modern society, it is a secondary option for the prisoner if not wanting a lethal injection as a form of death penalty
replaced hanging in the 1800s since hanging was a slow and graphic execution among the public
Not known as to how much profits it gained Cloak of Invisibility (2006) Graham Cracker Bait Car created by IMPACT (Integrated Municipal Provincial Auto Crime Team) & The Bait Car Program
a decoy car used by law enforcement to capture car thieves
has alluring items and appearances in order to attract lurking car thieves such luxurious items or keys left in the ignition
police control the car with a monitor and remote that can stop the car and lock the doors to prevent escape Popcorn Machine Created by Charles Cretors
The popcorn machine pops popcorn
This invention is cool because it uses a heating instrument that heats up the oil on the popcorn
up to 400 to 460 degrees Fahrenheit and then it pops the kernel.
Popcorn machines sell from $200 to over $2000 Invented by Sylvester Graham in 1821 due to vegetarian diet
Made of non-sifted whole wheat flour and is high in fiber
Available in flavors such as chocolate, vanilla, honey,cinnamon, chipotle, spicy mustard, and even is used in froyos
It is a delicious snack and that's why it's cool
Varieties of graham crackers in which there is not an accurate amount of how much is made within a year A visual display of the lens within the eye. Bionic Contact Lens
(continued) A look at the bionic contacts by themselves. In the future, scientists and researchers would like to use nanotechnology to produce lens with the abilities to project out of the eye. (2008) (1996) (1881)
Ament, Phil. "Graham Cracker History - Invention of the Graham Cracker." The Great Idea Finder. The Vaunt Design Group, 10 Oct. 2006. Web. 8 Oct. 2012. Stanford School of Engineering. "Cloak of invisibility: Engineers use plasmonics to create an invisible photodetector." ScienceDaily, 20 May 2012. Web. 12 Oct. 2012. Ament, Phil. "Graham Cracker." The Great Idea Finder. Troy MI: ©1997-2007, 10 Oct. 2006. Web. 9 Nov. 2012. <http://www.ideafinder.com/history/inventions/graham.htm>. created by University of Dallas scientists and researchers
is created by taking thread-like tubes called "carbon nanotubes" in which they heated up quickly which results in the objects beneath them to disappear which is an example of a "mirage effect"
Not released yet, still in testing EPopcorn. "History of the Popcorn Machine." EPopcorn. Better Business Bureau, n.d. Web. 6 Oct. 2012. <http://www.epopcorn.com/hiofpoma.html>.
Parkinson, Dave, and Tracy Lamourie. "The History of the Electric Chair." History of the Electric Chair. Canadian Coalition Against the Death Penalty, 29 Dec. 2010. Web. 15 Oct. 2012. <http://ccadp.org/electricchair.htm>. Electric Chair An example of an electric chair An abandoned gallows which was a graphic scene for the public to view Today, the most common death penalty is a quick and brief lethal injection