Encyclopedia Of Discoveries And Inventions (PC, CD-ROM) Wiz Technology - 1996 USA, Canada Release
Encyclopedia Of Discoveries And Inventions
|Category(s)||Reference, Science Reference|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
Virtually every discovery and invention since the start of mankind.
Do you know who invented the paper clip? Do you know how the great pyramids were built? You will,, with the Multimedia Encyclopedia of Discoveries and Inventions, a comprehensive complete guide, covering virtually every discovery and invention since the start of mankind. Begin in 2 Million B.C. and learn about inventions that changed the world chronologically, or by topic alphabetically, or by what part of the world certain inventions and discoveries were made. A complete reference work, that teaches and explains in detail over 600 inventions presented in a clear, easy to read manner, loaded with color photos, animations, and full motion videos, making it a must for any child's, student's, or adult's CD-ROM library. The easy to use interface makes absorbing the vast amount of information fast and fun while photos, animations, and videos keep the topics informative and interesting. The category organization, timeline organization and regional organization linking the information, makes it easy to follow and return to, over and over again.
The Encyclopedia of Discoveries and Inventions is so extensive in detail, it is impossible to cover all the topics. View in detail the story of; Food, Energy, Industry, Transport, Medicine, Everyday Life, Communication, War, and Building. Search by regions such as; Canada, USA West, Central, Southern, East Coast, Mexico, North and South Africa, North, East, and West Europe, Middle East, China, Southeast Asia, India, Japan, Australia, and more. View from 19 different time categories from 2 Million B.C. to present. Some of the included topics are; clothes, fire, axe, Neanderthal, spear, animal harness, arch, axle, beer, bronze, canals, charcoal, city, copper, cotton, ink, iron, jewelry, language, mirror, oil lamp, writing, abacus, armor, alphabet, artificial limbs, drawbridge, glass, glue, hieroglyphs, lock, pyramids, shower, silk, sword, tea, aqueduct, compass, concrete, crossbow, dried food, false teeth, fire engines, gears, glider, guitar, money, Olympic games, parachute, sauna, suspension bridge, telegraph, warship, hospital, printing, steam rotor, canal lock, cannon, castle, glasses, gun, gunpowder, newspaper, rocket, windmill, cigar, coffee, corkscrew, Galileo, microscope, street lighting, thermometer, turbine, Leonardo daVinci, watch, barometer, binoculars, calculator, electricity, encyclopedia, fiberglass, jet engine, Newton, piano, rails, rubber, satellite, steam power, steel, submarine, telescope, ambulance, Dagurre, gas lighting, inoculation, rollerskates, air conditioning, aluminum, anesthetic, braille, bus, camera, chocolate, dentistry, Edison, electric motor, jeans, locomotive, mass production, photography, telegraph, airship, aspirin, breakfast cereal, car, cathode ray tube, contact lens, diesel engine, dynamite, Einstein, electric chair, Ford, helicopter, internal combustion engine, LCD, light bulb, machine gun, motion picture, oil well, phonograph, radio, seismograph, subway, telephone, torpedo, battleship, speedometer, aircraft carrier, sonar, antibiotics, lie detector, penicillin, radar, atomic bomb, cable television, computer, nuclear power, transistor, velcro, acid rain, DNA sequencing, man in space, heart transplant, holograms, microprocessor, CD-ROM, genetic engineering, solar power, space shuttle, test tube baby, virtual reality.
The Encyclopedia of Discoveries and Inventions is an essential addition to your CD library, that is packed with so much media and information, it will keep you fascinated for hours, and keep you coming back for years to come. Fun and informative for young and old alike.
PC Windows 3.1
|Req. Hard Drive||2MB Free|
PC Windows 95
|Req. Hard Drive||2MB Free|