In 1956, Bell Labs started working on the idea of teleconferencing. Later in the 1960s, American Telephone & Telegraph (AT&T) experimented with telephone conferencing. A device named Picturephone was used for the experiment. In 1964, this device was publicly revealed.
Hippocrates is considered as the father of modern medicine because in his books, which are over 70 years old. He has scientifically described many diseases and their treatment after detailed observation. He lived about 2400 years ago.
A torc was a decorative metal ring worn on the neck in some European and African cultures. It is made with twisted strands of bronze, silver or gold metal to form a rigid brace. It may be adorned with animals or beads. It was difficult to remove once installed, and many who wore it had to keep it on for life.
The Great Pyramid of Giza was built for Cheops (Khufu), who was an Egyptian pharaoh. The pyramid was constructed by Hemiunu, who was Khufu’s vizier. It took almost 20 years to construct this pyramid with completion in 2570 BC.
Footbags replaced the pointed shoe craze for practical purposes. The soles became rounder, and toe boxes became more square-ish. The soles became wider and larger as shoemakers tried to outdo each other, and eventually, the footbags design emerged.