Transcript: The American Airplane On December 17, 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright fly the very first completed launch of a self-propelled aircraft in North Carolina. On its first flight, Orville flew the propeller-driven aircraft, which remained airborne for 12 seconds and reached 120 feet. By 1905, their planes could make intricate movements and continue flying for up to 39 minutes. They proceeded to France in 1908 and conducted their initial open flight, which sparked significant public interest. The United States Army's Signal Corps acquired an uniquely engineered plane in 1909, and the Wright brothers established the Wright Company to develop and commercialize their aviation. THE HISTORY Airplane (Genthe) Orville brothers Patented Plans Wilbur invented a basic technique in 1899 that distorted the sides of an aircraft, forcing it to tilt to the left or right. This mechanism was tried in a kite, then in a variety of gliders. During 1902-1903, the Wrights devised and constructed a gas engine thin enough and strong enough to drive a plane with the assistance of their engineer, Charlie Taylor. They also created the first actual airplane propellers and constructed a motorized airplane. HOW IT WAS BUILT THE AIRPLANES DEVELOPMENT Army The flyer, 1905 After the Kitty Hawk was created, they proceeded to research and create ways to improve the plane's maneuverability. After months of research into how propellers operate, the Wright Brothers created an engine and a new airplane that could withstand the heaviness and disturbances of the engine. On December 17, 1903, Orville Wright flew the Flyer on a 12-second sustained flight, which was the first motorized and piloted flight in history. On July 30, 1909, the United States government purchased its first aviation. In 1912, the Wright brothers' aircraft was outfitted with a gun. The airport had been in operation since 1909, when the Wright Brothers used a government-purchased plane to train Army officers how to pilot. On July 18, 1914, the Signal Corps formed an Aviation Section, and its flying unit included Wright Brothers airplanes. WW1 & WW2 When World War I broke out in 1914, various industries and nations rushed to develop combat airplanes. The motor technologies that had been created for prior early aircraft was expanded, resulting in bigger aircraft with higher velocity and endurance. Numerous nations utilized modified aircraft for surveillance, observation, attack, and air-to-air warfare throughout World War I. World War II became the worldwide stage for a massive battle for air supremacy. The United States manufactured an enormous quantity of fighters and bombers, and aviation played critical operational and strategic roles in both Europe and the Pacific. The constant process of technological improvement peaked late in the conflict with the appearance of jet fighters. ADVANCEMENTS Following the war, there was an influx of aircraft onto the commercial industry. This sparked the development of a new business centered on leisure and tourist trips, as well as exhibitions and air displays. However, there was a motivation, as well as opportunities, to build innovative products and push the boundaries of aircraft. Many airplane innovations occurred in the years following World War I. The goal has always been to operate lucrative and productive air travel. The Douglas DC-3, which debuted in 1936, was the first aircraft to accomplish this feat. COMMERCIAL ADVANCEMENTS The creation of bigger aircraft has also been a substantial shift from the early days of jet aviation. The additional accessible space provided airlines with new alternatives for onboard amenities and accommodations. This began in the 1970s, when several airlines introduced a luxury service within their economy flights, and by the 1980s, it had led to the introduction of business class as a separate class. Not only did the growth and advancement of aviation have a significant influence on America's Army and weaponry, but it also introduced a new method of international transportation. It enabled the creation of thousands of additional employment across the country. In addition, the aviation industry supports a significant influx of tourists in North America which generates even more economic growth. CITATIONS Near Logan Airport Airplane Coming In For A Landing Over Neptune Road Homes; May 5, 1973. Photograph. Records of the Environmental Protection Agency, https://www.docsteach.org/documents/document/near-logan-airportairplane-coming-in-for-a-landing-over-neptune-road-homes Amelia Earhart; July 30, 1936. Photograph. Records of the Army Air Forces, https://www.docsteach.org/documents/document/amelia-earhart Teaching American Aviators Foreign Flying with the Aid of a Contour Map, Aviation Students at Mineola Flying Field Are Instructed by a French Aviator. 1917-1918.Photograph. American Unofficial Collection of World War I Photographs, Records of the War Department General and Special Staffs, National Archives at
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Transcript: RESPONSIBILITY CURIOSITY COURAGE People CHAMPION transparency CHAMPION transparency We share information openly and proactively. We contribute outside of our specialty. We are known for directness. We are quick to admit mistakes. We question actions inconsistent with our values. CULTIVATE relationships + community CULTIVATE relationships + community We contribute to the community with what we are passionate about. We seek to understand our clients and what matters to them. THRIVE at work + play THRIVE at work + play We embrace curiosity to support a vibrant work culture. We demonstrate consistently strong performance so colleagues can rely upon each other. We inspire others with our passion for excellence. We celebrate wins. We promote learning and professional development. We continue to improve how we work to support summer hours. We believe in an open and collaborative work environment. We are fun to work with and have a positive impact on those around us. Practice DELIVER quality work DELIVER quality work You utilize BBT’s proven CA processes. You support your fellow team members to use independent decision making to meet their deliverables. You know when to zoom in and zoom out. You deliver quality work that is thoughtful. PROMOTE innovation PROMOTE innovation We promote sustainability and healthy buildings. We think strategically. We create new ideas that prove useful. We embrace new technology. We help keep BBT nimble by minimizing complexity and finding ways to simplify. RESPECT the details RESPECT the details We know when to zoom in. We respect how things go together and their relationships. We use the guiding principles of the parti to inform the details. Process CURIOSITY enables a process that listens, empowers, and connects 3 statements on how we live this core value LISTEN to every voice LISTEN to every voice We embrace listening as a cornerstone of the BBT approach. We believe that listening is both a skill and an art. We add to the conversation. We create opportunities for clients and stakeholders to contribute to the visioning and design process. EMPOWER team members EMPOWER team members We empower fellow team members to contribute their best by providing the necessary information, time, and support. We empower colleagues to take ownership over their projects and tasks. We recognize team member contributions. CONNECT through design CONNECT through design We believe design is a conversation. We create functional spaces that support the end user. We connect the technical details to the human experience. We blend expertise and client-centered design to create spaces that bring people together.
Transcript: Deodorant & Antiperspirant History what is deodorant? Deodorant is a substance that is applied to the armpits and eliminates bad body odor made from bacteria on your body. What is deodorant? history of deodorant History of deodorant The first deodorant to come on the market was made in 1888 by the inventor Edna Murphey. The product was called Mum and this deodorant at the time was a waxy cream that would be applied to the armpits. The main odor eliminating chemical used was zinc oxide. Mum Product This is the deodorant that was marketed to women. Advertisement on newspaper Advertised to women This product was focused towards women because at the time women would cover up their bad scent by applying loads of perfume. how men started using deodorant How men started using deodorant Now, Men didn't start using deodorant until the 1930's. The reason for this was because men had felt that using these products would not me masculine. Once the Great Depression hit advertisments were coming out saying that bad ordor in the office was unproffesional and would make you be disliked. After all of these ads the first men's deodorant was Top-Flite. Pictures Deodorant ads What is Antiperspirant What is antiperspirant? Antiperspirant is a chemical that is used on the body to prevent sweating and blocks your body's sweat glands. History of Antiperspirant History of antiperspirant Antiperspirant wasn't introduced to the market until 1903 where the first product would be called Everdry. This at first wasn't a huge success at first, but became big after a physician made another formula to the antiperspirant. This would be known as Odorono, and it would set the base for this chemical. Odorono This is Odorono, the first antiperspirant to be on the market. Odorono Conclusion Now, you can see that these 2 products have expanded into many different brands and there have also been modifications over the years. This just shows how a good idea can sprout into something so great. Conclusion
Transcript: the automobile the history the fist car was invented and perfected in Germany in the 1880's. buy the mid 1890's in Americas first automobile was designed buy Frank and Charles Duryea. This started the automotive industry in America as in the early 1900's Henry ford the founder of Ford motor company was out passing competitors and selling his model N. The success that brought caused the creation of the Model T. The model T brought new success not only to the ford company but the the U.S as by 1913 the country produced more than half of the worlds auto mobiles. Ford also created what is known as the assembly line which made the manufacturing of automobiles way faster than it was before. other American companies would then also copy this idea of the assembly line with european companies adopting the idea in the 1930's. the history model T the invention of the automobile made it easier for everyday people to get around. it also made it easier for long travels as it will now take a shorter amount of time. Although automobiles were really only available for the higher class as they were not cheap for the time as they were about 7,000 dollars to purchase. the advancement from what they started as to what they are today is very different and very crucial as it shows how the importance of this invention has grown. the importance the importance automobiles now with the advancement in automobiles it brought the world faster cars. with newer cars the average horsepower is about 120hp as compared to the model t that only carried 20hp in the engine. the biggest manufacturer for automobiles now is China as the U.S follows in second with Japan following in third. newer cars are also much more safer than were first introduced but also from ten years ago as vehicle safety has advanced majorly through the past decades automobiles now old vs new old vs new model t 2022 mustang resources resources https://www.loc.gov/everyday-mysteries/item/who-invented-the-automobile/#:~:text=There%20are%20many%20different%20types,true%20automobile%20in%201885%2F1886. https://www.history.com/topics/inventions/automobiles#:~:text=The%20automobile%20was%20first%20invented,half%20of%20the%20twentieth%20century. https://www.investopedia.com/articles/markets-economy/090616/6-countries-produce-most-cars.asp https://www.britannica.com/technology/Model-T
Transcript: MAKEUP TIMELINE MELANIE CORDOVA HISTORY OBJECT Makeup What is Makeup? Makeup is a product that is applied to the body, especially the face, to improve its appearance. We get our first glimpse of cosmetics in ancient Egypt, where makeup served as a marker of wealth believed to appeal to the gods. The elaborate eyeliner characteristic of Egyptian art appeared on men and women as early as 4000 BCE. what is makeup? 18th century During the 18th century, Florence Nightingale Graham, who went by the business name Elizabeth Arden, was a Canadian-American businesswoman who founded what is now Elizabeth Arden, Inc, and built a cosmetics empire in the United States. By 1929, she owned 150 salons in Europe and the United States. Her 1,000 products were being sold in 22 countries and she was the sole owner. At the peak of her career, she was one of the wealthiest women in the world, she had made her way to New York where she opened a Fifth Avenue salon that would become the basis of a world-wide beauty empire early 18th century 1920's A style type, labeled "Flapper" became a worldwide phenomenon during the 1920s. This was a unique fashion style that used cosmetics to achieve look of blush ( a powder, paste or cream in an orange-red), lipstick ( formulated from a combination of deer tallow, castor oil, and beeswax), and mascara which was when the famous Maybelline first aired their very first mascara which was cake mascara used to darken women's lashes. This little black cake was essentially soap and black coloring, not something we'd want to put near our eyes today. 1920 Primary source #1 Maybelline mascara featuring actress Mildred Davis’ eyes, 1920s. Maybelline's first mascara 1940 In the 1940's the goal of makeup looks was reasonably natural, topped off with a splash of red lipstick glamor. Ultimately, Max Factor’s Pan-Cake was the 1940s foundation winner, initially developed for the film industry. With the film industry showcasing cosmetics on the actresses, came along eyebrow pencils, eyeshadow, and eyeliner all throughout the 1940s. 1940's Primary source #2 A 1946 ad for Maybelline’s original cake mascara and their brow pencil and eyeshadow that was released out later. Primary source 1960's 1960 The significance of the beauty industry in 1960 was the creation of what we all know now which is CoverGirl. CoverGirl. was first launched in the 1960's and the company was known for creating foundations, pressed powders, and blushes. Most of these products contained a few harmful chemicals, but women still heavily used these cosmetics during these times. 1980's & 1990's 1980's In the era of the 1980's new makeup wasn't really invented but was heavily advanced and with that came more makeup brands and advertisements and recognition. 1990's Trial 1997 was prime time for the makeup industry. Products that are extensively used today were invented by a woman named Laura Geller. In 1997, the first product from her nominative makeup line–a highlight and contour kit–sold out in minutes. A few years later, Laura Geller Beauty’s award-winning Spackle Skin Perfecting Primer was born. Two decades later, it remains a cult- favorite 1997 Bronzer Highlight A newspaper article on 'Making the Most of Makeup' The New York Times. Written by Deborah Blumenthal, Dec. 1, 1985 Secondary Source Secondary Source 2012-2022 Between the decade of 2012 through 2022, makeup evolved drastically like you couldn't believe. Different tools and products were invented to enhance the look of makeup such as Beauty Blenders and brushes. Translucent powders, setting spray, and skin tint also grew incredibly during this era. The basics of makeup that were presented earlier, are still used during this time but with more incredible formulas, packaging, and advertisements, such as your favorite female singers creating their own makeup lines. Some examples would be Rihanna with Fenty Beauty and Selena Gomez with Rare Beauty Cosmetics. 2010-2022 Thank you!
Transcript: The History of a Typewriter Sources: https://www.ibm.com/ibm/history/exhibits/modelb/modelb_history.html#:~:text=The%20first%20practical%20typewriter%20was,on%20a%20sewing%20machine%20stand. https://typewriters.com/blogs/blog/making-a-comeback-11-shocking-facts-on-the-history-of-typewriters https://www.factsjustforkids.com/technology-facts/typewriter-facts-for-kids/ Made by; Lea Licona Fun Facts! Early keyboards were modelled after piano keys! The word 'typerwriter' is "considered" the longest english word, that only uses one row of the QWERTY layout! A fast typist could type around 100 wpm, with some reaching up to 150 words per minute Did you know, that the typewriter was first tested out to be put in alphabetical order! But the switched it to QWERTY because people were typing to quickly, to the point where the mechanical character arms got tangled up So the keys were randomly positioned to actually slow down typing and prevent key jams! How it Began The Typewriter The first practical typewriter was completed in September 1867, although the patent was not issued until June, 1868. The Man behind it all The man responsible for this great invention was Christopher Latham Sholes "The Father of the Typewriter." Born February 14,1819, in Mooresburg, Pennsylvania. He was also a newspaper publisher and a Wisconsin politician. A typewriter has an array of keys, each one causes a different single character to be produced on paper by striking an inked ribbon selectively against the paper with a type element. The first commerial model was manufactured in 1873 and was mounted on a sewing machine stand. The machine's mechanical workings over the next several years. The story of the typewriter from 1868 to its booming success in the late 1880s.
Transcript: And two differences i see in myself with my Object the basketball. "You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.-Wayne Gretzky" My Experiences with the game of Basketball THANK YOU! I take this as inspiration to strive to always score and if i miss i will get back up and try to score again. Where i will keep moving no matter what happens i will not stay still and i will strive forward with the support of friends and family. Basketball is a Hit and Miss sport You take your chances and if you hit you score, but if you miss its back to the drawing board SIDE B My Object Presentation I played basketball in my hometown Rockport TX. since freshmen year. I've played with a tourney team almost all my life. I would like to leave you off on a video and a Quote Because although basketball is serious to me, it can also be fun in some instances. Basketball is Dependent on the motion of someone or something bouncing it, and if it isn't it lays motionless. By: Brandon Stachowiak Basketballs are fragile and easy to pop where as i may break, Bruise and fall but i can also get back up. My Object Presentation Basketball is also a team game, and can be independent, but also knowing someone has your back or you having someone else back like your family, friends, and colleagues. CONCLUSION I will Present to you today my two similarities of my object that i represent with myself SIDE A I grew up playing basketball since age 7. I watch it every day, I'm very competitive when it comes to the sport of basketball I'm very vocal in game and outside of the game after. Differences Similarity Similarities/Differences
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