have done this if it wasn’t for Alexander’s invention of the telephone. Alexander won the Hughes Medal, because he recognized how human voices and music notes work, and how he could modify them to create an invention that would involve those two things. Alexander won the Albert Medal, because he Invented the telephone, which help tremendously in the science community. He contributed to the science community by inventing something that helped them. Alexander won the Elliott Cresson Medal, because he discovered and invented an object that helped out millions around the country, and billions around the globe.
Throughout the history of photography there have been many advances and inventions, which have contributed to the development of our current imaging technologies. Without these advances, humankind would not be capable of seeing inside the body or beyond the Solar System. The major advances in photography were the daguerreotype camera, box camera, and the digital camera. The daguerreotype camera helped advance photography by its amazing feature called the camera obscura. The camera obscura is a naturally occurring phenomenon.
They were able to create a new method in which people could capture images through photography. Following the analysis on the history of the pinhole technique, the next step is to understand the description of a pinhole camera. David Balihar refers to a pinhole camera as a simple optical imaging device in the shape of a closed box or chamber (Balihar 2013). The pinhole camera is different from most photographic devices, in the sense that it does use a lens. Furthermore, a pinhole camera has an infinite depth of ﬁeld.
Characteristics of the images formed in a plane mirror • Virtual • Laterally inverted • Equal in size • Formed at equal distance between the object and the mirror. REFLECTION IN CURVED MIRRORS All the light rays follow the reflective laws. We find the image of an object using those reflection laws. The image is the place where two or more rays gets converged at a si... ... middle of paper ... ...ght can enter the camera. Most cameras have functions that allow a person to view the scene to be recorded, allow for a desired part of the scene to be in focus, and to control the exposure so that it is not too bright or too dim.
X-RAY LASER AND APPLICATIONS 1. Introduction Laser devices are popular technologies with large application in daily life and of crucial importance in the industry and modern research Labs. The fundamental idea of a Laser system emerged back in 1917 from a work by Einstein . Basically, Einstein realized that an inversion of population from lower energy level to upper energy level of an atom could result in the amplification of incoming radiation. However, the first Laser system was only built in 1960 by Theodore Maiman .
The Wright Brothers, pioneering of the skies, made their first flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. Henry Ford was beginning to market and sell his Model T, thanks to his implementation of the assembly line. This was the evolving world of Grace Brewster Hopper. Growing up with a Civil Engineer as a grandfather, Grace was always being encouraged in mathematics. Having a love for gadgets and technology, it would not be uncommon to find Grace taking something apart, learning how the device works from the inside out.
My Historical figure name is John Glenn. He was born in Ohio on July 18 1921 and Is now still living at an Ohio teaching part time at Ohio state. John Glenn is a big part of history and these are some of the things he did to get there.(1.) John Glenn attends New Concord High School. He complete all of his grades according to John Glenn teachers, he was a great student they said he always got his work done and the only thing he evered talked about was going to space and becoming an astronaut.(2.)
The 30s Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard finished their studies as electrical engineersin the Stanford University in 1934. They became close friend and in 1939 they decided to start a business "and make a run for it" themselves. Hewlett-Packard Company is founded January 1939.Bill and Dave begin part-time work in a garage with $538 in working capital. Bill's study of negative feedback results in HP's first product the resistance-capacitance audio oscillator (HP 200A), an electronic instrument used to test sound equipment. The 40s HP´s products won excellent acceptance among engineers and scientists.
With this wealth, his family was able to afford to send Geisel to Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. At Dartmouth, some of the greatest professors in the world would educate Geisel, because his parents were wealthy enough to afford Dartmouth. It was through Dartmouth that Geisel was able to follow the road to success by way of the 10,000 hours rule. In the fall of Geisel’s first year at Dartmouth, he became a major contributor to Dartmouth’s local humor magazine Jack-O-Lantern. During his time at Dartmouth, Geisel would draw cartoons for every magazine issue.
For one year he taught Spanish and mathematics for New Albany High School. He also coached a basketball team. The high school dedicated their yearbook to Edwin Hubble that year. Finally after teaching at the high school Edwin went to Yerkes Observatory to be an astronomer. He was the very first person to try a two hundred inch telescope.