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Top 15 Incredible Inventions From The Past (Photo Gallery)

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A number of inventions were invented between the years 1920 and 1940. Some of the inventions failed but some also succeeded and became a part of the modern world like the GPS and first bulletproof glass. A number of ideas came in our mind, which were impossible to accomplish in the past but in today’s world the technology has been able to fulfill our desires. Need is a mother of all inventions, ideas strike our minds and we start working over them to modify our lives. Some of the old inventions can be innovated and used in today’s world. However it is also important to check whether the concept is applicable or not, only then we can use them in new creations. Some creations from past give a weird look but with different ideas we can transform their weiredness into some nice machines.

old inventions from the past

The piano for lying people (1935)

old inventions from the past

 Emergency Bridge (1926)

old inventions from the past

The pram radio (1921)

old inventions from the past

The radio hat (1931)

old inventions from the past

The motorcycle invented by Italian M. Goventosa Udine wheel (1931)

old inventions from the past

The first newspaper faxed (1938)

old inventions from the past

The first GPS (1932)

old inventions from the past

The expandable trailer (French invention, 1934)

old inventions from the past

The Revolver camera(1938)

old inventions from the past

The bulletproof glass (1931)

old inventions from the past

The all-terrain car able to descend slopes of 65 degrees (1936)

old inventions from the past

Gas Resistant pram (1938)

old inventions from the past

Glasses for reading in bed (1936)

old inventions from the past

Face protection against snow storms (1939)

old inventions from the past

Electric heating jacket for traffic officers in the United States (1932)

 



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