Way back in 1920, you could find the Plus Fours Routefinder. This manual “navigator” resembled a clock and consisted of paper maps and two wooden handles that needed to be scrolled manually. A multitude of scrolls could be fitted in the watch to suit the particular trip the driver fancied taking.
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Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction, which is an idea that certainly carries over to the mysteries of nature (watch enough Discovery Channel and you'll be well aware of this fact). Sometimes these amazing facts, either abstractly or directly, are helpful for designers—hence, biomimicry. [See the co-director of the
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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