15 useful items that invented children
You will not believe, but the snowmobile, Braille and rocking chair were invented by children.
On January 17 the world marked a rather unusual holiday: Children's Day-inventors. This date for the holiday is not chosen by chance. On this day in 1706 was born Benjamin Franklin, a prominent political figure, who as a boy was famous in the whole district for its inventions. For example, he invented swim fins for swimming when he was 12 years later, he received a patent for the rocking chair and the proposed designation "+" and "-" for the electrically charged state.
It turns out that not all familiar to us the things that make our lives easier and more interesting to have been invented serious guys in lab coats and goggles. We have gathered the most amazing stories of children's inventions, many of them decide to serious contemporary problems.
He invented by Louis Braille, 15 years old
of 15-year-old Louis Braille in 1824 invented a font that make reading accessible to blind people, and is still used around the world. At its heart - the "night font" artillery captain Charles Barbier, which is used by the military of the time to read the reports in the dark.
Invented: Joseph-Armand Bombardier, 15 years old
Snowmobile came up with the young Canadian, Joseph-Armand Bombardier. It all started at a time when his father for 15 years gave his son a well-worn "Ford T". Less than a week later, Joseph dismantled for parts and Ford built a model of his snowmobile. He also founded the Bombardier company, well-known manufacturer of planes, snowmobiles but they released so far.
A new method of diagnosing cancer
Invented by: jack andraka, 15 years old
15-year-old student has invented a new method of diagnosing cancer. This is a test for the diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, ovarian and lung in the early stages, and it turned out to be much faster and cheaper than previously used analogs. Results can be obtained within five minutes
Invented by: John Nissen, 16 years old
The idea of creating a trampoline belongs to 16-year-old gymnast George Nissen. Trampoline for almost eighty-year history has not changed, because the concept is simple. As before, it is the same design as the steel frame and the canvas stretched on springs.
electronic image transmission
Inventor: Philo Farnsworth, 15 years old
Contemporary TV owes much to Philo Farnsworth, who in 15 years has presented his chemistry teacher image transfer project of electronic over long distances. After 4 years, he developed a vacuum tube to create an image in which the phosphorous glow under the influence of the electrons. In 1927, the first time he realized the transfer of the electronic image - a horizontal line. Prior to this TV worked on mechanical modules. And he Farnsworth, pass for "mad genius" became the prototype of Professor Hubert Farnsworth, the hero of the animated series "Futurama".
A device for the hearing impaired
Invented by: John Cohn, 14 years old
14-year-old John Kohn Good Vibrations has developed a device that converts sound waves into tactile sensations. So hearing impaired people can feel the music. This idea came Cohn in the head when he kissed his teeth to the guitar, and in 2012 he became the winner of Google Science Fair.
Inventor: Justin Bekermen, 18 years old
And the American student Justin Bekermen created a portable submarine, which cost his family all in 2000 dollars. This miniature submarine constructed of plastic pipes of large diameter, enables immersed to a depth of two meters and remain there for several hours.
A new kind of battery
Invented: Aisha Khare, 18 years old
The schoolgirl from California has developed a new type of rechargeable batteries for mobile phones. The energy in them is filled for 20-30 seconds and lasts a long time. For his invention of the girl received the award for young scientists from of Intel.
Ice Cream "popsicles"
Invented by: Frank Epperson, 11 years old
According to legend, in the evening the boy forgotten on the porch with a glass of soda (it was winter), and in the glass remained wand that soda powder is mixed with water. 18 years later, in 1923, grown up Epperson used his discovery in business and opened with a frozen lemonade.
Invented: Mallory Kyuvmen, 13 years old
13-year-old schoolgirl Mallory Kyuvmen US invented a cure for hiccups. It's candy, which include sugar and apple cider vinegar. The novelty has received the name "Hiccupops".
Invented by: Robert Patch, 6 years
Toy dump truck with a folding body invented (and even patented the idea in 1936) six Robert Patch. He painted toy to his father made him exactly the same. In the picture - a drawing of the patent, the first version probably look a little bit different. Of course, the dump at that time already existed, but there were no toys.
Robot for measuring space
Inventor: Maxim Lema, 12 years old
12-year-old Maxim Lema from the city created a robot performing the functions of the BTI Engineers (measurer). The robot scans the room, measures the area of the plan and with the help of the radio signal transmits the data to a computer.
A new kind of printmaking
Inventor: Rodimin Anastasia, 10 years old
10-year-old Muscovite was the youngest owner of a patent in Russia, when he invented a new kind of printmaking. The discovery was made by chance: she forgot monotype, with superimposed on it a piece of paper on the window. A few days later the paint faded, and those that were hidden under a piece of paper, to maintain a clear path and remain vibrant. Patent helped her arrange grandfather, who co-wrote.
means for painless removal of bandages
Alanna Meyers, 8 years
8-year-old Alanna Meyers in Florida invented a means for painless removal of bandages. The product comprises soap, lavender oil and water. This idea came to her after she was discharged from the hospital, and she had to take off the bandages - a process that, as we know, can be very painful.
Inventor: Chester Greenwood, 15 years old
15-year-old Chester Greenwood invented ear protection in 1873. Such an idea was born out of necessity: the boy loved to skate and asked his grandmother to sew fur pieces to the wire to protect the ears from the cold. Later, these headphones have improved, and are now used model, for example, to protect against loud noises.