The first ever macy’s store ( i was gunna do the first emoticons but i got really lazy and felt i needed an attempt at a christmas theme.) We here’s Macy #1 right in the center of new york. (constructed way back in 1858) oh and here’s a fun fact, it used to be known as Macy’s dried goods :O.
Greetings everyone this is mechanical man. He’s one of the first robots to appear in television
(apple,jobs,vintage) The title explains itself, now think back to the specs and the price to the last computer you bought.
Oh boy where we retarded back in the 1940’s….here is a newspaper article drawing of an honest-to-god prototype that the u.s. army was actually considering to create. As shown it would have been a one-person spacecraft and with it’s numerous arms could pull stuff in from space and well yeah that’s about it. It was to have basic propulsion systems on it and was to be launched from a rocket into space. Wow, thank god we decided to create NASA and let real scientist take over
STRAIT FROM THE AGE OF RACISM AND SWAG COMES ONE OF THE FIRST INDOOR SKATES EVER CREATED. The first indoor skates were made around 1819 by M. Petitbled from france. The model you are seeing this fine (yet douchey) gentlemen was created around 1910 and could reach speeds of 20 mph. These things were reserved for the upper crust of society and only the richest could enjoy getting a concussion at break neck speeds
Here’s one of the first kodak camera’s (obivously not the first cause the first one couldn’t have taken a photo of itself) which was created around 1835. This camera is special cause back then you couldn’t blow up images on a computer screen to make a poster. Soo, back then in the days of racism, ballroom dancing, and kick ass facial hair the only solution was a massive fucking camera. It took hours to set up a photo and days for the photo to develop but hey it got the job done. :D
The first ever headphone concept. Circa 1898. The instrument was able to absorb sound from the environment amply it back to the user. So in 19 th century London it was completely useless. But hey we got the hang of it eventually
The early headphones
Here’s an image of a couple of high school students from the 1960’s using one of those new confangled personal music players. Patented by Nathaniel Baldwin.