in the 70's
Trends and Fashion
Technology and Science
- Intel 4004, the world's first microprocessor, was developed, which was a major leap for computer technology. Personal computers were developed.
- Japanese and German companies introduced fuel efficient, light, small, environment-friendly cars, some of which did not use petroleum for fuel, an action that preserved resources and reduced air pollution.
- One of the 1st video games was created, called "Tennis for Two".
- On May 14th, 1973, the first U.S. space station was set up, called "Skylab".
- The first digital camera was made in 1975 by Steven Sasson.
- The first test-tube baby was born on July 25th, 1978 by the name of Louise Brown. This scientific success helped pave the way for genetic science.
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