What year were magnets invented?

Answer Magnets were not invented. The first magnets were discovered in the form of a naturally mineral called ferric ferrite in 600 B.C. In 1740, a man named Gowen Knight created the first artificial magn... Read More »

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What year were TVs invented?

On January 7, 1927, Philo T. Farnsworth applied for his first patent for the television. Farnsworth conceived of the idea for the television when he was only 14. He worked on his invention on his d... Read More »

What year were 3D glasses invented?

The original 3D glasses were invented by Wilhelm Rollmann in 1853. The glasses are made with one red lens and one cyan lens. When wearing the 3D glasses and looking at a screen with 3D technology, ... Read More »

What year were breadmakers invented?

The first bread machine was invented in 1902 by Joseph Lee, an African-American inventor. However, it wasn't until 1986 that home bread machines were first released in Japan. They were introduced i... Read More »

What year were TV dinners invented?

A TV dinner is a frozen, multiple-entree meal in a tray. TV dinners were first sold by the C.A. Swanson and Sons food company in 1953. At that time, they were sold in aluminum foil containers desig... Read More »