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  • Bonfire
  • I can feel the warmth of our fire
  • Me too!
  • Candles 13th Century
  • Our candles are so elegant!
  • Absolutely Honey!
  • Meowwww
  • Gas Lamp 1792
  • Is my invention really works well?
  • During this time in the Jungle, a bonfire was the only source of light at night. It provides light and warmth and heat for cooking in the early civilization.
  • Incandescent Light Bulb 1878
  • Finally, I made IT!
  • The earliest surviving candles originated in Han China around 200 BC. These early Chinese candles were made from whale fat. During the Middle Ages, tallow candles were most commonly used. By the 13th century, candle-making had become a guild craft in England and France.
  • Fluorescent Lamp 1926
  • I really hope that this invention of mine will benefit the future.
  • In 1792, William Murdoch, a Scottish inventor, equipped his home with pipes that delivered coal gas to lamps, giving birth to “gaslighting.
  • Household LED Lamp 2010
  • I am so happy Son, now our lights has its own colors because of my invention
  • Long before Thomas Edison patented first in 1879 and then a year later in 1880 and began commercializing his incandescent light bulb, British inventors were demonstrating that electric light was possible with the arc lamp.
  • It wasn't until 1934 when the first commercially produced fluorescent lighting would hit the market. Edmund Germer's development of the fluorescent lamp and the high-pressure mercury-vapor lamp increased the efficiency of lighting devices, allowing for more economical lighting while producing less heat than incandescent light.
  • Nick Holonyak, Jr. (the “Father of the Light-Emitting Diode”) invented the first LED that produced visibly, red-light while working at General Electric, and white-light LED for household purposes.
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