Along with the evolution of humans, the growth of innovation gets faster and faster. Born in modern times, we witness the development of technology almost day by day, even hour to hour. We can never stop admiring great inventions that help our lives much more convenient than ever.
The creativity of human beings is unlimited. And from the old days, humans had a chance to know about many creative inventions that were incredibly amazing, considering the lack of modern tech compared to it nowadays.
The history of technology is varied. However, over the decades, old invented products still look so cool and remain historic value. In this post, we have collected some of the fascinating historical inventions that you should know. Take your time to give them a look.
#1. FBI’s Fingerprint Files, 1944
#2. The Old “Telefontornet” Telephone Tower In Stockholm, Sweden, With Approximately 5,500 Telephone Lines C. 1890
#3. Philco Predicta Television From The Late 1950s
#4. Motorola Vice President John F. Mitchell Showing Off The Dynatac Portable Radio Telephone In New York City In 1973
#5. Motorized Roller-Skate Salesman In California, 1961
#6. A British Couple Sleeps Inside A “Morrison Shelter” Used As Protection From Collapsing Homes During The WWII ‘Blitz’ Bombing Raids… March 1941
#7. Robo-Vac, A Self-Proppeled Vacuum Cleaner Part Of Whirlpool’s Miracle Kitchen Of The Future, A Display At The 1959 American National Exhibition In Moscow, 1959
#8. A Thin TV Screen (Only 4 Inches Thick) With An Automatic Timing Device To Record TV Programs For Later Viewing Is The Wave Of The Future As Shown At The Home Furnishings Market In Chicago, Illinois, On June 21, 1961
#9. A Rail Zeppelin And A Steam Train Near The Railway Platform. Berlin, Germany, 1931
#10. Soviet Peasants Listen To The Radio For The First Time, 1928
#11. The World’s Oldest Surviving Diving Suit: The Old Gentleman, From 1860
#12. Kodak K-24 Camera, Used For Aerial Photography During Ww2 By The Americans
#13. This Car Is A French ‘Delahaye 175s Roadster’, Introduced At The Paris Motor Show In 1949. Only One Was Ever Made. It Was Recently Sold At Auction For Around Five Million Dollars.
#14. 350 Year Old Pocket Watch Carved From A Single Colombian Emerald
#15. Helen, An American Indian Telephone And Switchboard Operator, Montana, 1925
#16. 300 Year Old Library Tool That Enabled A Researcher To Have Seven Books Open At Once, Yet Conveniently Nearby (Palafoxiana Library, Puebla)
#17. In 1955, This Tiny Electric Narrow Gauge Train Was Installed In New York’s Holland Tunnel To Monitor Traffic Speed
#18. One Wheel Motorcycle (Invented By Italian M. Goventosa de Udine). Maximum Speed: 150 Kilometers Per Hour (93 Mph)