Mo Tzu Tzedu was a philosopher who lived in China 200 years before Christ. He is famous for a number of inventions, and one of them is the camera. In this blog, we’ll look at the camera that Mo Tzu Tzedu invented.
Mo Tzu is believed to have some of the earliest known camera techniques. He is known for being an avid inventor and being able to make the most of the materials around him. In the midst of all his inventions, one he is known for is his camera invention. However, the debate continues and is still not clear as to what type of the camera Mo Tzu invented.
Imagine yourself in the year 500 B.C., the camera is not invented yet and you want to record everything that happened in the last year. But how would you do it? You will have to write it all down and hope that it stays as long as possible. That is until Mo Tzu invented the camera. Let’s take a quick look at the invention of the camera and Mo Tzu.
Mo Tzu was a Chinese philosopher that lived in the 500’s BC. It’s said that Mo taught the value of self-discipline to military troops. What many people don’t know is that he also made major contributions to the study of optics and other fields of technology. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at how Mo Tzu made a major contribution to the study of optics.
Mo Tzu was an ancient Chinese philosopher. He was a student of Confucius. He developed the principles of Mohism, a philosophy which was a response to Confucianism. As we have discussed this philosophy in the past, we thought now would be a great time to look at the camera.
Mo Tzu is known for the inventions he is credited with but did you know that he invented the camera? This blog is going to look at what type of the camera he invented and some of the other things he invented.