Anything can be possible if you have the right determination and passion to find the novelty in mundane things. Things can be discovered, changed, or reprocessed into a phenomenal invention.
There are no specific rules and guidelines to make your imaginations and dreams come true. You just need a positive attitude, perseverance and focus towards it.This creative outlook is the key reasons behind the greatest inventions so far in the past and now, which have fasten and improvised the modern era. Theses best inventions did not come with a map or a plan but by chance.
We are going to tell you about Great Accidental Inventions that have changed the World and made historical improvisations in everyone’s life.
Here Is The List Of 60 Great Accidental Inventions that changed the World.
- Inventor: Sumerians
- Year: 3500 BC
This great invention of the wheel has facilitated commerce, industry and agriculture in the transportation of commodities. However, the first wheel was not created for transportation rather it served as a potter’s wheel. But these days, it is used in almost every kind of vehicle in various sizes and quality.
- Inventor: Ts’ai Lun
- Year: 100 BC
In the majority of the historical monument, you will find messages on the walls, depicting the art of ancient times. The data was used to save in that way. But it required a large amount of effort. With the invention of paper, this task became much easier. Today, the use of paper became common in almost all spheres.
- Inventor: Compilation of Plato’s teachings or Comprehensive work
- Year: 4th century BC
From the beginning of history, Encyclopedia has progressed from black and white form to in print, and today can be accessed on digital gadgets including, mobile, tablet, laptop and computer.
- Inventor: The Chinese
- Year: Around 1000 AD
Weapons have been used from the immemorial time in wars, though they have been altered and modernized with the passage of time. Guns were invented as the most useful weapons for the purpose of offense or self-defense.
- Inventor: The Chinese
- Year: 11th century
Before the concept of the compass, direction, position and destination at sea were determined by the observation of the position of stars which has limited the time of observation. After its invention, it was the only reliable means to determine direction at any point in time.
- Inventor: Johannes Gutenberg
- Year: 1450
It allows us to share information very fast and in a huge number. Just imagine if it had never been invented. We would not have magazines, books, newspapers, posters, and brochures.
- Inventor: Conrad Gesner
- Year: 1565
The invention of the pencil was the marvelous achievement of that time. It made the writing and graphing very easy on papers.
- Inventor: Galileo
- Year: 1592
A wide range of scientific and engineering applications use Thermometer. However, because of their limited measurement range Galileo’s thermometer is used to measure indoor air temperature.
- Inventor: Semitic-speaking people
- Year: 1700–1500 BC
The original alphabet was invented by a Semitic people who were Egyptians. Almost all alphabetic scripts which are used today are derived from those Semitic proto-alphabets.
- Inventor: Christiana Huygens
- Year: 1656
Since Ancient Egypt, time tracking has been a part of the society. However, a breakthrough in punctuality was the pendulum clock which made unsophisticated clocks more accurate.