Whenever you think of your childhood, there are chances that you will think of elementary schools and the days you passed outside. You might have had some of the world changing and amazing ideas as well as really dumb ideas; but what was decisive is the fact that nothing has followed with you in future. However, there are kids around the world who had some excellent ideas and they have also decided to spend their childhood in making those ideas successful. Here is a list of 7 most miraculous and world changing things invented by kids:
World changing things invented by kids!
At a tender age of 3, Louis Braille lost his sight in an accident. Thereafter, he was taught to learn and read in a school but he got bored with the technique used. So, by using his father’s tools, he came up with an idea and invented a universal language for the blind people.
Joseph used to live in a small town of Valcourt. Every year, his town used to get isolated due to the heavy snowfall. So, Joseph at an age of 15, went on to invent snowmobile by using his father’s broken Ford Model T!
Ralph Samuelson wanted to do waterskiing much in the same way as snow skiing. So, he and his brother tried a lot and after a series of trial and error, they invented the waterskiing; but they never patented their idea.
The plastic toy cars that almost all of us use today were invented by Spencer Whale at an age of six! For making that KidCare Riding Car, Spencer used lot of different materials, but at the end, had settled with plastic.
Blaise Pascal was a mathematical genius. In order to help his father, Blaise went on to invent a machine that could do 4 mathematical or arithmetic operations, namely Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.
At an age of five, Robert Patch wanted to play with something that could change it’s shape and use, particularly toy trucks. So, by using bottle caps, shoebox and nails, he went on to invent toy trucks!
At the age of 16, George went to watch a Circus show, and after watching the trapeze artists, he got an idea to do something. After trying with so many different materials, George made his own trampoline, which was made of canvas, grommets, and inner tubes.
Even, the idea behind the world’s 1st all-electronic TV was thought up by a kid, Philo Farnsworth when he was just 15 years old.