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Technology & Innovation Doll


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Goal: to create impactful solutions that improve efficiency, enhance experiences, and drive progress


Find a technology & innovation doll.


some fun facts

  • The concept of the computer mouse was invented by Douglas Engelbart in the 1960s. It was made of wood and had two wheels at the bottom. Engelbart received a patent for the mouse in 1970.

  • The first digital camera was created by Steven Sasson at Eastman Kodak in 1975. It weighed around 8 pounds and recorded black and white images to a cassette tape.

  • Post-it Notes, invented by Arthur Fry and Spencer Silver at 3M in 1974, were initially created as a failed adhesive for aerospace applications. Fry, however, found a practical use for it as a bookmark and memo pad, leading to the development of the ubiquitous product.
  • QR codes were invented in 1994 by Masahiro Hara from the Japanese company Denso Wave. They were initially used to track vehicles during manufacturing but became popular for various applications, from advertising to ticketing.
  • The floppy disk, initially developed in the late 1960s, was so named because the original disks were flexible, unlike the rigid disks used later. 
  • The Jacquard loom, invented in 1804 by Joseph Marie Jacquard, utilized punched cards to control the weaving of complex patterns. This concept of using punched cards for automated control later influenced early computer programming. 
  • The world's first commercial typewriter, invented by Christopher Latham Sholes in 1868, featured the QWERTY keyboard layout, aimed at reducing jams by strategically separating commonly used letter pairs..
  • In 1858, the first transatlantic telegraph cable was laid, connecting North America and Europe for the first time via telegraph communication.

  • The first electric traffic signal, featuring red and green lights, was installed in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1914. It was designed by James Hoge. 
  • The world's first website, created by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN, went live on August 6, 1991. It provided information about the World Wide Web project and how users could set up their own web servers and browsers.



some personality traits

analytical | innovative | adaptable | detail-oriented | curious | creative | methodical |

logical | visionary | problem-solving | tech-savvy | persistent | forward-thinking |

collaborative | experimental



    some motivations 

    curiosity | creativity | problem-solving | continuous learning | making an impact |

    pushing boundaries | collaboration | autonomy | recognition | passion



    why do people need technology & innovation dolls? 

    • to address complex technological challenges beyond the capability of the average individual

    • to innovate and enhance efficiency in various industries

    • to navigate the evolving technology landscape and implement updates

    • to bridge traditional practices with modern advancements

    • to provide technical support and troubleshooting expertise

    • to ensure data security and privacy against cyber threats

    • to leverage technology for sustainable practices

    • to optimize processes through automation and AI

    • to unlock new potentials

    • to democratize access to technology and innovation



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