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Who Invented the X-ray Machine

An X-ray machine, usually referred to as an X-ray generator, is a device used to take images of the inside of an object. They are best known for their use in the medical field where they can help medical professionals see inside the body to make a diagnosis (such as looking for a broken bone or tumor). However, they are also important for tool used in security such as with x-ray luggage scanners at airports. Basically, X-ray machines work by passing a beam of X-rays (a type of electromagnetic radiation) through an object. Some of these beams pass through and some are absorbed. The differing pattern of radiation is detected by a special detector screen or device to produce the final image. The X-ray machine was one of the most important medical advancements of all time. Let’s find out who invented this device.

Who Invented the Revolving Door

The revolving door is a specially designed building entrance that features a central shaft with three to four doors (also called wings) attached. These doors, usually made of glass so that people can see each other, revolve in a circular pattern to allow people to enter and exit the building. These doors are popular with large building because they are sealed to the weather. This means that they prevent drafts and reduce the cooling or heating requirements for a building. They are also sometimes used in high security settings to allow only one person to enter/exit at a time. Let’s find out who invented this unique type of door.

Who Invented the Etch A Sketch

The Etch A Sketch is a children’s drawing toy that has remained popular since its introduction. The basic Etch A Sketch features a gray screen and red frame with a knob on each side of the bottom of the toy. These knobs can be twisted to create lines on the screen. The left knob creates horizontal lines and the right creates vertical lines. The inside surface of the screen is coated with aluminium powder and a stylus scrapes the powder away as the knobs are turned to create the lines. This is a relatively simple device, but has been rated as one of the best toys of all time. It was inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame in 1998. Today, the Etch A Sketch is owned by the Ohio Art Company. Let’s find out who invented this popular toy.

Who Invented the Safety Pin

The safety pin is a pin which also includes a clasp and spring. The clasp protects the person using the pin from being pricked by the sharp pin and it also closes the pin to provide a strong fastening. These pins were traditionally used for cloth baby diapers (nappies) because the baby is protected from the pin, but are also used for fastening fabrics/clothing or attaching accessories to clothing. The earliest similar invention was the fibula, an ancient type of brooch that dates back thousands of years, but this invention was eventually forgotten. Compared to the fibula, the modern safety pin is a very recent invention. Let’s take a look at the story behind the safety pin.

Who Invented the Snowmobile

The snowmobile is a powered vehicle specifically designed for traveling on snow or ice. They are similar to an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) and can be used in any area covered with snow or ice. In most cases they are ridden solo or with a single passenger. Like a motorbike or ATV, they are unenclosed and the rider is open to the elements. Snowmobiles are propelled by an engine that drives a continuous track(s), with skis at the front of the vehicle to provide control. They were originally developed because transport during the winter season was difficult. They are still very important for this task, but are also popular for recreational purposes and racing. Let’s find out who invented this important winter vehicle.

Who Invented and Designed the First Christmas Cards

Christmas cards are greeting cards, usually sent to friends and family, to convey best wishes for the holiday season. There are thousands of different designs, from those with religious themes to generic cards with no reference to Christmas at all. It is traditional for Christmas cards to be sent in the weeks prior to the holiday and it is estimated that approximately 2 billion cards are sent during this period in the United States each year. This tradition became popular in the 19th century when the first commercial Christmas cards became available and continues today. Let’s find out who invented this popular type of greeting card.

Who Invented Party Balloons

Balloons are an inflatable sac that can be filled with air (or other gas) and tied at the neck to seal them. The most common type of balloons, sometimes called toy or party balloons, are used for party decorations, advertising or as an inexpensive toy for children. They come in a variety of shapes, colors and sometimes have patterns or other designs printed onto them. Modern balloons are commonly made from rubber, plastic or nylon. However, before the invention of the modern balloon they were made from the intestines of animals or pig bladders! Let’s find out who invented the modern party balloon.

Who Invented Gummi Bears

Gummi bars, also written gummy bears, are a soft and chewy candy made into the shape of a bear. Since their invention they have been one of the most popular types of candy in the world. Their popularity has also led to a number of other gummi candy shapes such as worms, frogs, sharks, fruit, body parts and many more. Most gummi bears are made out of sugar, glucose syrup, colors and flavors, starch, citric acid and gelatin, although other ingredients may be used in certain cases. These ingredients are mixed and heated, and this mixture is then poured into molds and allowed to cool. Let’s find out who invented these popular treats.

Who Invented Life Savers (candy)

Life Savers are a brand of hard candy that traditionally come in mint or fruit flavors. This candy is best known for its distinctive ring shape and foil roll packaging. The name Life Savers comes from the shape of the candy, which is similar in appearance to lifebuoys that are used to save people who have fallen in the water. The first Life Saver flavor was peppermint, but in recent years a number of new products and flavors have been released. Since 2004, the brand has been owned by the Wrigley Company (who were bought out by Mars in 2008). They have been one of the most popular brands of hard candy for many years and 2012 marks 100 years since they were invented.

Who Invented Auto-Tune

Auto-Tune is a hardware and software pitch correction system designed to correct off-key singing or instrumental music recordings to produce perfectly tuned vocals and/or music. It can also be used to distort the voice/music to create a unique “robotic” effect. It was first used in commercial recordings in 1998 on Cher’s hit song“”Believe.” This worldwide success of this song led to the widespread use of Auto-Tune in the music industry. Today, the producers of many top artists use Auto-Tune to create pitch perfect songs. However, the use of the software is the subject of much debate in the industry. Let’s find out who invented this controversial audio processor.