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Hosted by CBS News correspondent Mo Rocca, each episode of The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation will tell the fascinating stories behind the world's greatest inventions — and the perseverance, passion and price required to bring them to life.
A mother wants all children to be able to walk with their parents; growing lungs for those who need transplants; farm equipment history.
A camera ball makes police officers safer; a school that teaches watchmaking; mobile camper history; an app that unlocks your home to anyone you choose.
Ball-playing horses; sound that fights fire; how rug weaving led to computer programming; polymers.
Hover bike; a briefcase that doubles as an electric scooter; putting a museum online; the inventor of the magnetic credit card stripe.
A device for smartphones can detect fish underwater; a new cast helps limbs heal faster; famous desks in history.
A drone goes underwater to explore beneath the sea; a smartphone Steadycam; home water use monitor; history of seats.
Host Mo Rocca shows us: The inventor soaring to new heights with a jet on his back; Vine's Six Second Spielberg, Zach King; history's greatest innovators go camping; and, the chemistry making the world more colorful.
Host Mo Rocca shows us: Earbuds that filter out any unwanted noise; the plastic balls that save water; curbing disease with a paper microscope; and, how museums acquire artifacts.
Sky high farm fields; vinyl record comeback; the first car assembly line; how roads generate power from traffic.
Host Mo Rocca shows us: How to make your home the smartest on the block; the jacket to make your traveling easy; history's most famous failures; and, inventive advice from our past innovators.
Host Mo Rocca shows us: The physics behind the an extreme slip and slide; how you may be able to someday print your clothes; historic arcade and video games; and, the app that stops kids from ignoring parents' calls.
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