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Beyond the Kite & Key - Infographic

Beyond the Kite and Key (Ohio U.) - RF CafeJordan O., of Ohio U.'s Russ College of Engineering and Technology, contacted me about their newest infographic titled Beyond the Kite & Key - Amazing Electrical Experiments That Furthered Engineering Innovations. With a classic sepia-type color scheme, it is a very nicely done bit of artistry and would make a great wall chart for your office, cubicle, laboratory area, etc. Members of the school have created a few other infographics including On the Pulse, Bridging the Gap, and Remarkable Advances in Electrical & Computer Engineering.

Says Jordan, "While we may not know what the next revolutionary engineering achievement is, the future of engineering truly depends on accomplishments laid out in it's past. Without Franklin and his kite or Bell and the wire, our modern knowledge of electrical engineering would cease to exist. It is for this reason that I would like to share with you an Infographic published by Ohio University’s prestigious Russ College of Engineering. The graphic incorporates landmark experiments that sparked electrical engineering progress. It represents a timeline of human history through electrical innovation. Let me know if you are interested in using the graphic at your earliest convenience. I think it would fit nicely on rfcafe.com. Feel free to take a look at it here. Any and all content associated with the graphic is available for use as well. Thanks! "

 

 

 

 

Posted on  March 26, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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