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  1. Stevenson Screen — 2019-08-09 15:47:57
    …Stevenson Screen :: {{Databox caption="Inventor" Image="ThomasStevenson.jpg" Who="Sir Thomas Stevenson" width="300" birth_date="22 July …
    …itish engineer and meteorologist Sir Thomas Stevenson (1818-1887), the father of Robert Louis Stevenson. The Stevenson Screen is the standard used by the World Meteorological Organization. The screens contain a dry bulb thermometer and a wet bu…
    …lb thermometer. Larger screens also include minimum and maximum thermometers and optional recording instruments: thermograph and/or a hygrograph, or …
  2. Charlie Chaplin — 2019-01-08 01:18:05
    …a British comedian, producer, writer, director, and composer who is widely regarded as the greatest comic artist of the screen and one of the most important figures in motion-picture history. At the height of his fame he was the **most internatio…
  3. TV Black and White Kiss — 2018-08-24 01:20:10
    …ortified when he starts seeing Terry - not because she's white but because she's a working class Cockney. [[http://www.screenonline.org.uk/tv/id/537722/index.html| BFI]] == Live Broadcast == The drama was performed and broadcast live, and the k…
  4. Plastic — 2018-01-25 10:47:21
    …, cutlery, bottles, boxes, bags, toys, pipes, tables, chairs, footballs, CDs etc. Mouldings for: Computers, printers, screens, keyboards, mouse, webcams, cameras, cars, iPods, MP3 players, vacuum cleaners, Stereos, TVs etc. == Too Durable == …
  5. Stereo — 2017-09-28 17:47:43
    …e unsatisfactory and disorienting results. Blumlein wanted to find a way to make the sound follow the actor across the screen. == Patent == {{Image url="BlumleinPair.jpg" class="left" title="Blumlein Pair is still used." width="350" }} His earl…
  6. Television — 2017-05-29 13:40:11
    … Epsom Derby in 1931. {{Image url="Baird_tv.jpg" class="right" title="John Logie Baird with his television" }} == Big screen == He demonstrated a theatre television system, with a screen two feet by five feet, in 1930 at the London Coliseum, B…
    …erlin, Paris, and Stockholm. By 1939 he had improved his theatre projection system to televise a boxing match on a screen '''15 feet by 12''' (4.6 by 3.7 m). …
  7. iPod — 2017-05-14 23:49:13
    …rl="Ipod.jpg" width="200" class="left" }} His sketches at the time showed a credit-card-sized player with a rectangular screen and a central menu button to scroll through a selection of music tracks – very similar to the iPod. == Patent == He…

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