Hispanic Heritage and Inventions #HispanicHeritageMonth #LatinxHeritageMonth
The US Patent office has list of patents/inventions in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Its a pretty fun list to scroll through:
In conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month, the Department of Commerce’s United States Patent and Trademark Office is recognizing some Hispanic Americans whose inventions contributed to the nation’s social and economic well-being.
Guillermo González Camarena
Born in Guadalajara, México, Guillermo González Camarena was granted U.S. Patent 2,296,019 for a “Chromoscopic adapter for television equipment”, an early color television transmission system. His invention was used in NASA’s Voyager mission in 1979 to take pictures and video of Jupiter.
Born in Nicaragua, Fernando Torres has four patents, including U.S. Patent 8,478,341 for “Automatic Selection of SIM Cards in Mobile Devices.”
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