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Who Invented the IMAX?

Who Invented the IMAX?

Completely referred to as Image MAXimum but better known as IMAX, this film format is a projection standard and movie format developed by IMAX Corp. of Canada. It offers a number of advantages including higher picture resolution as well as greater size compared to conventional film...
Who Invented the Alkaline Battery?

Who Invented the Alkali...

An alkaline battery is a kind of a rechargeable battery or disposable battery that is dependent on the reaction between the compound manganese oxide and the element zinc. Many consumers prefer to use alkaline batteries over zinc-carbon batteries because alkaline batteries have longer...
Who Invented the Toaster?

Who Invented the Toaste...

The toaster is a very reliable kitchen appliance used for toasting various kinds of bread. With the help of this electric device, you can easily enjoy nice tasting bread anytime you want. Today, toasters are classified into three major varieties, namely conveyors, ovens and pop-up...
Who Invented Chewing Gum?

Who Invented Chewing Gu...

To find out who invented chewing gum, several names have to be mentioned. In fact, there were even ancient races that first came up with the idea of a chewing gum and should also be considered when talking of the first chewing gum maker. Thomas Adams Records say that in 1869, Thomas Adams...
Who Invented the Hot Dog?

Who Invented the Hot Do...

A hot dog is a soft moist sausage known for its even flavor and texture. Common types of hot dogs are smoked, cured, and fully cooked. People often enjoy it with onion, ketchup, mustard, on a hot dog bun. Hot dogs are sold just about anywhere where there are people around. You can find...
Who Invented the Traffic Signal?

Who Invented the Traffi...

Early Traffic Signals Traffic lights had been in use even before cars were invented. In those days, people used horses, wagons and other means of transport. But the traffic was still horrible. So in 1868 in London, England, traffic enforcers came up with a basic device: A lantern with two...
Who Invented Toothpaste?

Who Invented Toothpaste...

The modern history of toothpaste began in 1892. That was the year Dr. Washington Sheffield of the USA invented the collapsible tube for storing toothpaste. Four years later in 1896, Colgate began making its own brand. The Early Toothpastes The earliest known reference to any mixture for...
Who Invented the Steam Engine?

Who Invented the Steam ...

The history of steam engines points to Thomas Savery (1650-1715) as its inventor. He created the engine in 1698 but the basic principles were already known years before. The Evolution of the Steam Engine In the first century AD, Hero of Alexandria had detailed the fundamental principles...
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