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New innovations are not always as groundbreaking as you might think. Very often innovation is simply the result of continuous evolution and not that radical at all. We listed 10 innovations and show …

New innovations are not always as groundbreaking as you might think. Very often innovation is simply the result of continuous evolution and not that radical at all. We listed 10 innovations and show that some of them date back to more than 100 years ago.

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    According to the article referenced to on the slide, the self-healing properties of this 'new' self-healing cement are based on various natural phenomena: further hydration of un-reacted cement, expansion of the concrete in cracks, solid water impurities and crystallization of calcium carbonate.
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    Memory serves it is not that different than what we use in modern-times. The issue is that there was an ingredient of a volcanic ash local to the area that allowed this to happen. I read about this a few years back. I believe it was some kind of volcanic lime-ash, as opposed to regular crushed limestone, but don't hold me to that. Just adding that element makes the cost more expensive, so we have the far less durable type right now.
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    Thank you for your thoughts. We believe both directions are valuable and can exist next to each other in most companies.
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  • 1. 10 INNOVATIONS you thought were new… First generation iPod, 2001
  • 2. 08 INNOVATIONS But aren’t… BRAUN T3 Pocket Radio, 1953
  • 3. #2 CYCLONE TECHNOLOGY
  • 4. #2 CYCLONE TECHNOLOGY This invention dates back as far as 1898. “In his usual style of seeking solutions from unexpected sources, Dyson thought of how a nearby sawmill used a cyclone – a high cone that spins dust out of the air by centrifugal force – to expel waste.” @Issue: The Journal of Business and Design (vol. 8, no. 1)
  • 5. #3 INDUCTION HEATING
  • 6. #3 INDUCTION HEATING Early in the 20th century engineers started to look for other ways of melting steel. By 1927 the first MF induction melting system had been installed by EFCO in Sheffield, England. h9p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/InducDon_heater
  • 7. #4 TOUCH SCREENS
  • 8. In 1972 a new system PLATO IV was launched into operation with a very innovative terminal. It included Bitzer's orange plasma display invention which incorporated both memory and bitmapped graphics into one display. #4 TOUCH SCREENS h9p://history-­‐computer.com/ModernComputer/Basis/ touch_screen.html
  • 9. #5 SELF HEALING MATERIALS
  • 10. #5 SELF HEALING MATERIALS 20 centuries ago the Romans used a self-healing concrete (without knowing it). When a small crack appeared, moisture induced a chemical healing reaction. h9p://codingfuture.com/self-­‐healing-­‐concrete/
  • 11. #6 VIRTUAL REALITY
  • 12. Dr. Ivan Sutherland, University of Utah, invented this device in 1971. “Architects could use the device to draw buildings in three dimensions; realtors could use it to show buyers the interiors of homes without even leaving the office.” #6 VIRTUAL REALITY h9p://blog.modernmechanix.com/v-­‐r-­‐goggles-­‐3-­‐d-­‐trip-­‐inside-­‐a-­‐ drawing-­‐via-­‐computer-­‐graphics/
  • 13. #5 3D MOVIES #7 3D MOVIES
  • 14. #7 3D MOVIES Bwana Devil is a 1952 U.S. adventure film. The film is notable for sparking the first 3D film craze in the motion picture industry, as well as for being the first 3D feature film entirely in color and the first 3D sound feature in English. (Wikipedia)
  • 15. #8 CARBON NANOTUBES
  • 16. Damascus steel was a type of steel used in Middle Eastern sword making in the 18th century. In 2006 a research team in Germany published a report revealing the integration of nanowires and carbon nanotubes in these swords. h9p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damascus_steel #8 CARBON NANOTUBES
  • 17. #9 ELECTRIC CARS
  • 18. Detroit Electric was one of the popular electric cars in the beginning of the 20th century. 13,000 of these cars were built from 1907 to 1939. #9 ELECTRIC CARS h9p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detroit_Electric
  • 19. #10 3D PRINTING
  • 20. In 1983 the first 3D printing technique – Stereolithography – was invented by Charles Hull. Four years later these two invented Selective Laser Sintering. A newspaper titled: “Revolutionary machine makes 3-d objects from drawings.” #10 3D PRINTING h9p://kierahintze.wordpress.com/
  • 21. INNOVATION IS CONTINUOUS EVOLUTION
  • 22. Need help? We support companies with their innovaDon challenges. problem solving – product innovaDon – process innovaDon technology transfer – new applicaDons and markets Diederik Syoen MarkeDng Manager d@creax.com www.creax.com Visit our website or follow us