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Any girl can be glamorous. All you have to do is stand still and look stupid.  Quote by Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr - the legendary Hollywood actress of the who actually had a patent for Frequency-hopping spread-spectrum communications.

Hedy Lamarr, 1930s

Lamarr, Hedy - Actress, Austria - Portraet - 1931 published in: UHU - 1931 Vintage property of ullstein bild

A hobbyist inventor, actress Hedy Lamarr kept a part of her drawing room furnished with drafting table and tools - Lamarr devised a means to steer torpedoes by remote control using changing radio frequencies (what she dubbed "frequency hopping") so that the transmissions could not be jammed by the enemy; that was a precursor for the technology that decades later made GPS, cell phones and WiFi possible.

Hedy Lamarr: Inventor of WiFi

Hedy Lammar -Though known primarily for her extraordinary beauty and her celebrity as an actress, Hedy Lamarr co-invented an early technique for spread spectrum communications, a key to many forms of wireless communication

hollywood's golden age leading ladies | Hedy Lamarr, whose acting career spanned Hollywood’s golden age of ...

WOMEN WHO DIDN'T MAKE THE HISTORY BOOKS: Hedy Lamarr: invented an early technique for spread spectrum communications and frequency hopping, which is necessary for wireless communication from the.

Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr Just from looking at her, she looks like she would play the perfect role as Death herself in the book The Game of Love and Death by Martha Brockenbrough

Hedy Lamarr | Хеди Ламарр

Hedy Lamarr | Хеди Ламарр

vintagegal:  "The same evening I had dinner at Hedy Lamarr’s. Framed by mountains, her wooden house evoked her native Austria. There, on her terrace, which seemed to float over the canyon, she appeared, dressed in red, her black hair flowing. She was a vision of sensuality, with the nose upturned just enough to keep her from being too beautiful." - Jean Pierre Aumont (x)

vintagegal: “ “The same evening I had dinner at Hedy Lamarr’s. Framed by mountains, her wooden house evoked her native Austria. There, on her terrace, which seemed to float over the canyon, she.

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