Microchip Patent Artwork Computer Software Programmer Gift K8743
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Original patent art submitted for the Microchip by Jack Kilby in 1964. Art is double-matted in a high-quality wood & glass frame. Makes a great computer programmer gift! TITLE: Minaturized Electronic Circuits INVENTOR: Jack Kilby YEAR: 1964 PRINT#: K8743 Kilby invented the monolithic integrated circuit - the microchip - which laid the conceptual & technical foundation for the entire field of modern microelectronics. From his first simple circuit has grown a worldwide integrated circuit market whose sales in 2007 totaled $219 billion. During the summer of 1958, working with borrowed & improvised equipment at Texas Instruments, he conceived & built the first electronic circuit in which all of the components, both active & passive, were fabricated in a single piece of semiconductor material half the size of a paper clip. - Art is printed on premium paper for an aged & authentic look - Presented in a high-quality wooden & glass frame - Mat is 2" in width around art - Double-matted: charcoal (top) & black (bottom) - Frame is sealed & includes hanging hardware 11x14 Framed - Overall frame size 13-1/4" x 16-1/4" - Includes patent art image only 16x20 Framed - Overall frame size 18-1/4" x 22-1/4" - Includes patent art image + first page of copy Our Patent Art can also be PERSONALIZED to make a unique gift! - Add up to 4 lines of copy to the 16x20 framed version - Add up to 3 lines of copy to the 11x14 framed version - Add a note at checkout to communicate your desired copy Great gift for the computer programmer, graphic designer, or technical enthusiast. Purchase multiple framed patent art & SAVE! Only $5 more for shipping 2+ framed pieces. The print for this item & other Computer patent art available at our website PatentsAsArt.com Microchip Patent Artwork Computer Software Programmer Gift K8743



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