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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Tatiana Pechenkina
Сhildren's Publishing House
Design
(Master’s programme)
10
2019
In my work I made an attempt to present the history of the development of vehicles and systems through visual material. This topic is extremely interesting because it covers almost the entire history of innovative and creative human activity: from the domestication of a horse to the first spacecraft.

In the process, a list of major vehicles and systems was prepared in chronological order. The year (century, millennium) of the invention of the vehicle or system, in its original form, of a kind of “prototype” was taken as the main date. Further, the development, evolution of a specific vehicle or system was shown through visual content. For example, 3,500 years ago a wheel was invented in Mesopotamia, and then a wheeled cart. In this section, respectively, it was told not only about the wheel, but also about the evolution of wheeled transport in general, down to the carriages of the XVII – XVIII centuries. As a result of a visual study, it was possible to create a comprehensive and multidimensional "picture" of the evolution of transport from the early historical period to the present day.

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