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INventions presentation

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Rob Arsenault

on 18 September 2012

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BY: Robert Arsenault
Chris Frattalone TECHNOLOGICAL ARTIFACTS The first automobile was designed by Henry Ford
The Model T was introduced on October 1st 1908
Assembled in Detroit, Michigan, USA
Classified as transportation technology Automobiles THE COMPACT DISC PLAYER a drive motor, a lens system, and a tracking mechanism are all major parts of the CD player
Traditional carousel CD players hold three, five, or seven discs on a flat carousel tray
The swing-arm mechanism has a distinctive advantage over the other in that it doesn't "skip" when the rail becomes dirty James Russell invented the CD Player
in 1965 - He was awarded 26 patents for the creation of the CD ROM Player. Currently we use MP3 players more then CD players for they proved more useful and convenient http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Ford#Ford_Motor_Company





http://eil.com/explore/guide/cd_facts.asp FUN CAR FACTS
The worlds fastest car can reach speeds of 258 MPH (more if you dare)
The Aero SSC costs $740,00 to build FUN CD PLAYER FACTS
If you stretched out all the data on a CD, it would stretch out over 4 miles
In 1982 the first CD was released in Japan
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