Some articles on developed:
... by the use of cylinder seals in Mesopotamia developed in 3500 B.C ... Later developments in printing include the movable type, first developed by Bi Sheng in China, and the printing press, a more efficient printing process for western languages with their more limited ...
... Ninety-Nine Nights (N3) — (2006) (Xbox 360) co-developed by Phantagram Lumines Mobile — (2006) (Mobile Phone) Meteos Mobile — (2006) (Mobile Phone) Battle Stadium D.O.N — (2006) (Ninte ... Gunpey DS — (2006) (Nintendo DS), co-developed by Koto Laboratory Gunpey — (2006) (PlayStation Portable), co-developed by Koto Laboratory Lumines Plus — (2007) (PlayStation 2) Meteos Disney ...
... 1902 – Synthetic rubies created by the Verneuil process developed by Auguste Verneuil 1908 - Cellophane invented by Jacques E ... glass with a very low coefficient of thermal expansion 1931 – synthetic rubber called neoprene developed by Julius Nieuwland (see also E.K ... Bolton, Wallace Carothers) 1931 – Nylon developed by Wallace Carothers 1938 – The process for making poly-tetrafluoroethylene, better known as ...
... Sound cards were developed for addition of digital-quality sound to games and only later improved for music and audiophiles ... Early on, graphics cards were developed for more colors ... Later, graphics cards were developed for graphical user interfaces (GUIs) and games ...
... He also developed Star Fox 2 to completion before heading off to work at Sony America to make Blasto on the PlayStation ... After this, Dylan moved back to Japan to work at Sony Japan, where, in early 1999, he developed the Duck in a Bath technical demo (Ducks demo) that showcased the ... Following that, he developed Pipo Saru 2001 and then left Sony to start Q-Games Ltd ...
More definitions of "developed":
- (adj): Being changed over time so as to be e.g. stronger or more complete or more useful.
Example: "The developed qualities of the Hellenic outlook"; "they have very small limbs with only two fully developed toes on each"
- (adj): (used of societies) having high industrial development.
Example: "Developed countries"
Famous quotes containing the word developed:
“He, in his developed manhood, stood,
A little sunburnt by the glare of life.”
—Elizabeth Barrett Browning (18061861)
“He was the product of an English public school and university. He was, moreover, a modern product of those seats of athletic exercise. He had little education and highly developed musclesthat is to say, he was no scholar, but essentially a gentleman.”
—H. Seton Merriman (18621903)
“Poetry is the most direct and simple means of expressing oneself in words: the most primitive nations have poetry, but only quite well developed civilizations can produce good prose. So dont think of poetry as a perverse and unnatural way of distorting ordinary prose statements: prose is a much less natural way of speaking than poetry is. If you listen to small children, and to the amount of chanting and singsong in their speech, youll see what I mean.”
—Northrop Frye (19121991)