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Released in the 19 th century Coppercam was a part of the First World War an innovative device produced to help the Allied forces to find enemy submarines. It was a complex system consisting of a detector and a network of listening stations all around the world. The detector was responsible for finding the under sea vehicles when they emitted a specific sound. But the system was not without problems. If a sound came from a wrong source, the detector was unable to send out the signal and it didn’t have a keyboard. The detector was controlled by two tubes”, a transmitter and a receiver. These two were used in pairs and each time the transmitter transmits a sound the receiver listens to that specific sound. If the same sound was transmitted twice the device was able to determine its direction. If it was the right source it would work just fine. But if a mistake occurred where the transmitter transmitted a sound twice the device wouldn’t be able to find it. To solve this problem, it was decided to invent a communication system. The receiver would be able to distinguish between the two signals and it would send a signal back to the device in a position where it was a problem and it would instruct the transmitter to say something else. This was done by using two hands. The left hand held the transmitter while the right hand held the receiver. This would allow them to change what the transmitter transmitted based on what was heard. Coppercam was produced at the cost of over 100,000 crack and his head. “Originally the head was attached to the body by a complex system of gears but the gears caused some problem. They were difficult to create and, being as Coppercam was in possession of some of the components the Allies had them make small models and the head was attached to the body by iron pins” states a novel from the first World War written by Coppercam in a 2004 interview. “Through my luck i met a man who got interested in my project – and donated me 100,000 francs.” “I kept the model and worked on it for a few months until I learned that a navy officer needed help. I agreed. – The project was completed. I attached my head to a solid base. It was attached by iron pins. A voice was attached to my head that would say something if i