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Inventions that changed lives, Celluloid, John Wesley Hyatt, synthetic plastic, fathomed plastic bags, Tupperware, even cheap watches, Daguerreotype, Louis-Jacques-Mande Daguerre , Nichephore Niepce,

Inventions that Changed Our Life

Throughout the beginning of time, humans have been innovating to get us where we are today. Here are only ten of the many inventions that have significantly altered your world. What more might you add to the list? some list of explores inventions and technologies that changed human life forever.

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Today our life is filled with conveniences and luxuries. There are so many of the privileges that we fail to identify them in our daily lives. So, today we bring to you 3 interesting yet basic inventions, without which our lives would not have been the same. Read more to find out, what they are:

Developed in the 1860s and 1870s, inventor John Wesley Hyatt came up with the first synthetic plastic. It is hugely important to our lives now. Before celluloid was invented, the world could not have fathomed plastic bags, tupperware or even cheap watches. Celluloid is also used in movies.

The Daguerreotype is the first successful photograph, developed by Louis-Jacques-Mande Daguerre and Nichephore Niepce. It was invented in the 1830s. Niepce’s first attempt required 8 hours of exposure time. While Daguerreotype developed the first photograph in 20-30 minutes. If it was not for their attempts We would not have been able to take selfies so easily, today!

Apple II personal computer
The fact that you are reading our magazine today, would not have been possible had it not been for Stephen Wozniak. In 1977, Wozniak invented Apple II, the PC that paved the way to widespread personal home computer use. Ever since the discovery of computers, our life has not been the same.


We all know how difficult Shakespeare’s english was. But did you know, Shakespeare himself had invented more than 1700 words of the english language!


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