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The death of “Douglas Anjelbart” inventor of the first “mouse” for computers
Announced the Stanford International Institute for Research in the death of American computer scientist “Douglas Anjelbart”, who famously invented the first computer mouse.
And died “Anjelbart” last Tuesday night at the age of 88 years, leaving the world and one of the most widely used computer accessories to date.
The American computer scientist, who began his reign with technology when a work of art radar during World War II, the first mouse model in December 1968 through the presentation in San Francisco.
And appeared mouse for the first time in a commercial when provided “Apple” with the first computer trade her in 1983; and got the “Apple” on the design of the mouse from the Stanford Research Institute – who served as his “Anjelbart” about 20 years – compared to 44 thousand dollars.
It is worth mentioning that Anjelbart won several honors for his efforts in the technical world, most notably the National Medal of Technology in 2000, and the Lemelson Prize from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1997 and the Turing Award in 1997.
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