What Three Things Did Doug Engelbart Invent?


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Doug Engelbart did invent a number of things in the field of computers. Some of his main inventions include the computer mouse, windows, computer video teleconferencing, hypermedia, groupware, email, the Internet and more.
In 1964, the first prototype computer mouse was completed so that it could be used with a graphical user interface (GUI), 'windows'. Engelbart acknowledged a copyright for the wooden shell, which comprised of two metal wheels in 1970, describing it in the copyright claim as an "X-Y position indicator for a display system." "It was given the namemouse because the tail came out the end," Engelbart exposed his first invention. Douglas Engelbart was honoured with the 1997 Lemelson-MIT Prize of $500,000, the world's main single prize for invention and innovation.
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Full name, Douglas Engelbert, invented the very first computer mouse. He made this with Bill English.

He was a clever guy and also helped develop hypertext, computer networks and many graphical user interfaces.

He graduated from Oregon State Universiry with an electical engineering degree. He went on to get a PHD in Elecrtrical Engineering and Computer Sciences.

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