Engineering

58:41 BBC | The 2,000-Year-Old Computer ̵... Visit

58:41 BBC | The 2,000-Year-Old Computer – The Antikythera Mechanism Tony Freeth, Derek Price, Prof. Alexander Jones, Roger Hadland, Michael Wright,- An amazing documentary – Clickspring

24:56 The Wright Brothers On Huffman Prairie Visit

24:56 The Wright Brothers On Huffman Prairie After their first flights at Kittyhawk, North Carolina, The Wright Brothers returned to Dayton Ohio. During 1904-1905 on Huffman Prairie, they practiced and perfected the concepts involved in powered flight. From 1910-1915 They Conducted A Pilot Training School And Exhibition Company. The Historic Site Of Huffman Prairie Is..

53:44 How Leonardo da Vinci Changed the World Visit

53:44 How Leonardo da Vinci Changed the World People Who Changed the World Leonardo da Vinci, the famous Italian artist and polymath who lived during the high renaissance changed the world in a huge way. He is best known for his painting the Mona Lisa, which is the most famous piece of art in the..

52:16 The Secret Of The Mona Lisa: The Most M... Visit

52:16 The Secret Of The Mona Lisa: The Most Mysterious Painting In The World | Perspective It’s one of the most popular portraits in the history of art. Yet the subject of that portrait remains elusive. The Secret of Mona Lisa explores the trail of evidence that has gathered since the da Vinci masterwork was..

1:50:28 Tucker: The Man and His Dream Visit

1:50:28 Tucker: The Man and His Dream Jeff Bridges gives a dazzling performance as Preston Tucker, a dynamic automotive visionary determined to create the car of the future. Against all odds, Tucker builds the Tucker Torpedo, and the better, safer and more beautiful his car becomes the more opposition stiffens until his factory is shut..

KEN BURNS – UNUM Visit

KEN BURNS – UNUM VTPBS Passport is an added member benefit that gives you extended access to an on-demand library of quality public television programming, using your computer, smartphone or tablet. Enjoy episodes of MASTERPIECE, Nature, NOVA, Antiques Roadshow, and so much more. With a sustainer gift of $5 or more monthly, or a one-time..

1:48:50 The Antikythera Mechanism: A Shocking... Visit

1:48:50 The Antikythera Mechanism: A Shocking Discovery from Ancient Greece. Feb 25, 2016 Stanford As part of an international team, Dr Tony Freeth has been a central figure in an extraordinary voyage of discovery: every new revelation has reinforced a sense of shock about this highly sophisticated ancient Greek astronomical calculating machine. It is one..

Mix – Clickspring – YouTube | The... Visit

Mix – Clickspring – YouTube | The Antikythera Mechanism Episode 1 – Greeks, Clocks and Rockets. Clickspring 606K subscribers The Antikythera Mechanism Episode 1 – Greeks, Clocks and Rockets, by Clickspring. In this first episode of the Antikythera Mechanism project, I lay out the plan for how I intend to proceed with the reproduction.

1:43:35 Secrets of the Antikythera Mechanism:... Visit

1:43:35 Secrets of the Antikythera Mechanism: Session 1 Computer History Museum 109K subscribers [Recorded: May 13, 2015] In 1900, sponge divers off the coast of the tiny Greek island of Antikythera made an astonishing discovery: the wreck of an ancient Roman ship lay 200 feet beneath the water, its dazzling cargo spread out over the..

6:10 Virtual Reconstruction of the Antikyther... Visit

6:10 Virtual Reconstruction of the Antikythera Mechanism – Michael Wright & Mogi Vicentini (2009) Links to other information sources. The Antikythera Mechanism was built like a clock. Trains of interlocking gearwheels controlled the movements of a minimum of seven pointers perfectly tracking the movements of the Sun, the Moon and the planets observable by naked..