General Motors bought his patent, just so the competition wouldn’t be able to buy it.BLÁTHY OTTÓ TITUSZ (1860 – 1938) Invention: TRANSFORMER, WATT METER Ottó Titusz Bláthy, mechanical engineer, was born in Tata, and died in Budapest.
Another important invention of his was the Watt Meter, which was named after him.
Many similar mechanisms existed, but only Bláthy’s worked.
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so here we are: Hungarian Inventors, ASBÓTH OSZKÁR, (1891 – 1960) Invention: HELICOPTER Oszkár Asbóth was born in Pankota and died in Budapest.
His remains were buried in Gyulavár, the place of his birth.
BÍRÓ LÁSZLÓ JÓZSEF (1899 – 1985) Invention: BALLPOINT PEN, AUTOMATIC SHIFT, STEAM POWERED WASHING MACHINE more than 30 internationally recognized inventions József László Bíró was born in Budapest and died in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
to any height where it can hover stationary for some time. But the most remarkable is that, unlike other tested helicopters, this one remains absolutely stable around all axes…
BÁNKI DÓNÁT (1859 – 1922) Invention: BÁNKI-CSONKA PETROL ENGINE, CARBURETOR, FRONTWHEEL RUNNING CAR, WATER TURBINE With JÁNOS CSONKA, creator of Hungarian automobile manufacturing Dónát Bánki was born in Bánk and died in Budapest. From 1899 to his death he taught at the Technical University in Budapest.
Even though their invention went through some changes as time passed, every modification was based on this invention.