Where to? A History of Autonomous Vehicles

(ComputerHistory.org, companion article to the “Where To?” Exhibit) – When Robert Whitehead invented the self-propelled torpedo in the 1860s, the early guidance system for maintaining depth was so new and essential he called... Read more →

The Rise and Fall of Nikola Tesla’s Tower

(Smithsonian Magazine) – By the end of his brilliant and tortured life, the Serbian physicist, engineer and inventor Nikola Tesla was penniless and living in a small New York City hotel room. He spent days in a park surrounded by the... Read more →
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