It is mainly used for competitive Examinations and also moderate knowledge on Inventions and Discoveries.Used for children knowing about great Mechanical Inventions and Its inventors.
Inventions App shows a random Invention a day along with Inventor name , year and a fascinating fact about the invention.You can view all 400+ inventions and read the details.App lets you search for particular inventor, invention or even year. Set daily notification and read "Invention of the day" at your convenient time.
This free app has all the functionality including the fun quiz game plus 21 free signs. An optional pack of 50 more signs are available to further increase your knowledge of American Sign Language.
If you have an issue please email us for help at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why this app?
When our son was identified with hearing loss, our whole family was eager to learn sign language. We discovered that our kids benefited from interactive visual material. However, it was hard to find suitable apps on sign language specifically designed for kids with special needs. So we decided to design one ourselves.
How do children learn best? By imitating other kids! My son loves it. I hope you will too.
Tips for improvement? Go to asl-kids.com and let us know.
**** Features ****
- Peer role models
- Intuitive interface: No need to read. Clear tappeble images
- Easy signs: Carefully selected signs that are easy for children to master
- Fun: Includes an interactive quiz game to test your sign language knowledge
- No ads or external links: No internet connection required after download
- Optional in-app purchases protected by a parental gate
- Video: Videos can be (re)played by tapping them
- Easy navigation: Simple menu and buttons for easy browsing
- Audio: Separate audio button to hear how a word is pronounced
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**** Signs ****
Free Signs: car, boat, subway, horse, butterfly, dolphin, fish, cat, kangaroo, mouse, donkey, walk, teacher, black, white, red, candy, ice cream, bath, book and dear.
Extra signs: car, boat, subway, horse, butterfly, dolphin, fish, cat, kangaroo, mouse, donkey, walk, teacher, black, white, red, candy, ice cream, bath, book, dear, baby, lion, bird, crying, hot dog, boy, phone, apple, toilet, drink, time, toothbrush, milk, spider, ball, beer, bicycle, bread, bus, cow, food, hamburger, house, paper, pen, pig, school, tiger, water, pig, school, tiger, water, elephant, train, yellow, french fries, tree, chair, pancake, church, monkey, shoes, bed, airplane, rainbow, umbrella, egg, key, sun, battery, moon and mail.
Learn how 100 years of inventions built Europe by exploring the Philips exhibition at Museum Boerhaave in Leiden, the Netherlands. Whether you visit the exhibition on site or discover it virtually, this app will open up a new context through exciting, well-researched narratives and digital images from cultural heritage collections all over Europe.
Find out how the exhibited objects not only tell a national story, but also reveal a set of day-to-day practices, powerful infrastructures, and knowledge networks that crossed borders and built Europe more than a century before the signing of the Treaty of Rome.
The app invites you to re-invent Europe yourself. You can bookmark, search, comment on, and share stories and objects. You can also build your own European exhibitions and go on a personalized tour, based on items that reflect your personal taste and interests.
This app will be updated regularly with new exhibitions facilitated by science and technology museums across the European continent, from Norway to the Netherlands and from Hungary to Germany.
The content of this app is inspired by the book series “Making Europe: Technology and Transformations, 1850–2000”, published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2013–2015. The app has been developed in partnership with Museum Boerhaave, Deutsches Museum, Science Museum London, Science Center NEMO, Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision, Norsk Teknisk Museum, Museum Centre Vapriikki, Dokumentationzentrum Alltagskultur der DDR, Hungarian Museum for Science, Technology and Transport, Tropical Research Institute of Portugal, Fondazione ISEC and Europeana.
The app has been developed courtesy of Museum Boerhaave and with funds from Eindhoven City Council, Eindhoven University of Technology, and the Foundation for the History of Technology.
■ Jack the Ripper, The Black Widow, Jack the Stripper, Cleveland Torso Murders and much much more.
■ Crimes listed alongside their details.
■ Features a simple, elegant scrolling menu - and a search function that will search through the App content for the keyword you have entered.
■ Updates will be added accordingly - the "Info" tab in the App contains scheduled update information. Updates are ALWAYS FREE.
This app is the official mobile app for the Florida African American Heritage Preservation Network (FAAHPN). It is your guide to the African American museums and historical institutions throughout the state of Florida that are members of FAAHPN.
Our mission is to promote the preservation of African-American landmarks and legacies and assist statewide museums in discovering, archiving and illuminating the blended interrelationships of African-American, Native American and Europeans as an enduring public resource through tourism and education.
The FAAHPN Mobile app includes:
• General Information: Overview, contact information and photo(s) for over 40 museums, historical sites, and HBCUs.
• GPS Directions: turn-by-turn directions from anywhere in the world.
• One Touch Calling: call FAAHPN members without having to save phone numbers.
• Social Media Sharing: visitors can post comments, feedback, and share the app on various social networks.
• Real-time Notifications: opt-in to receive up-to-date information about FAAHPN news and events.
• News & Updates: learn about current exhibits and events within FAAHPN.
4700Ma Solar system forming
3900Ma Life appear
600Ma Sponge (One germ layer)
580Ma Jellyfish (Two germ layer)
550Ma Flatworm (Three germ layer)
2.5Ma Human Genus
500K Speaking language
60000BC Human being migration
50000BC Modern human
35000BC Flute and music
35000BC Tallystick and counting
13000BC Domestic pig
9000BC First city
500AD Arabic numbers
1687AD Universal Gravitation
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Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfRMuCFL0qw
Everything about greatest genius, scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla:
(it's necessary online presence in order to see the full content ...)
-Nikola Tesla Museum
-Facebook page about Tesla
-Nikola Tesla Memorial Society of New York
The main purpose of this application is to learn you and give you basic information about life and time of greatest inventor and scientist of all time Nikola Tesla throughout biographical and scientific data. Nikola Tesla is genius who lit the world and through the work in Colorado Springs and Long Island with Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and voltage, he give to world light and modern technology. His basic field of researching was electricity but through this field he left traces in many others, he was multidisciplinary scientist.
In his own laboratory in New York, he became interested in higher frequencies, constructing special dynamos, and developing the high frequency oscillator which bears his name, the "Tesla Coil". The currents produced by this device could be used to transmit energy using only one wire, or without wires at all. He first discovered the electron, particle accelerator that scientists use today, he invented the transistor, logic gates (1898), components underlying today's computers... etc
Nikola Tesla was an inventor and engineer, always practical, and not a mathematical theoretician. Some of his ideas have not been generally accepted by academics, and so he has not been given the recognition he truly deserves.
“Let the future tell the truth, and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments. The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine.”
It is currently optimized for Android phones. If you are using it on a 5-inch tablet or larger and the graphics are not optimal, please let us know.
We are collecting feedback until April 17, 2015 - at which time, we will analyze all feedback and integrate changes as the next update. You will be notified when this update is available.
PLEASE REMEMBER: This is a prototype designed to solicit feedback. You can also send app feedback directly to email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you.
A huge thanks for your input!
-App Development Team
Illustrations of three (3) new inventions have been added. Check them out!
The Myles & Ayesha Black Inventors Match Game challenges your MEMORY skills as you play the match game component. Game pieces are beautifully illustrated images of each invention featured in the game. This is the FULL version and it has sixteen (16) inventions. Content updates (more inventions) will occur regularly.
There are 3 levels of match-game play: easy, medium, and hard, and the names of the top 3 scorers are recorded.
The Myles & Ayesha Black Inventors Match Game also provides players with detailed information about each invention (inventor, patent #, date of patent) with an option to read more to aid in learning more about each invention.
Published by Uplift, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, the Myles & Ayesha Black Inventors Match Game is the first app in the Android Market that specifically targets kids (of all ages) in teaching a portion of Black History. It celebrates Black inventors and problem-solvers and is the first app in the Myles & Ayesha game-based and learning series.
Myles & Ayesha and all logos are trademarks of Uplift, Inc.
To make a tax deductible donation to the Myles & Ayesha project overall, please visit - http://www.upliftdc.org/donate.html