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Transcript of The Camera!
His camera design was patented on May 8th, 1840. His camera was the first that would not allow images to fade away with time.
Science: The lens used to create the camera. The photoelectric effect where elctrons are emitted from metal when light shines on them.
Technology: The ability to add focus to an image through mechanical moving parts.
Engineering: The entire design and layout of the camera
Mathematics: Pixels used to create the image on digital cameras.
1990: Eastman Kodak announces Photo CD as a digital media storage medium.
1985: Pixar introduces digital imaging processor.
1984: Canon demonstrates first digital electronic still camera.
1980: Sony demonstrates first consumer camcorder.
1978: Konica introduces first point-and-shoot, autofocus camera.
1977: George Eastman and Edwin Land inducted into the National Inventors Hall of
1973: Polaroid introduces one-step instant photography with the SX-70 camera.
How would you connect the camera to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics?
Mr. Rizzio is The Greatest
Original Invention of the Camera
Classification of this artifact
Information and Communication
Positive Changes for society?
This product has completely revolutionized the way that we communicate and hold
information as a society. All memories far or near can now be held on an image
and always remembered. All historical events can now be more accurately
recorded for future generations.
Resources used to create cameras.