When was the first disco ball invented?
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If you mean for sport it is doubtful there is enough recorded evidence to exactly pinpoint any one person or culture. Regardless from watching several TLC documentaries. The ancient Aztecs played a form of basketball with a hoop placed on the side of a wall. They used a crude leather ball. Ancient E…gypt was known to play an early form of soccer with a somewhat circular shaped object. The first official balls were manufactured by Charles Goodyear in 1836. Other than that read this. "Through out history, humans have enjoyed kicking a ball or something like a ball. South American Indians were known to use a light elasticized ball. However; rubber was not to be practically manufactured until a few thousand years later. According to historical references and legend, early balls ranged from human heads, stitched up cloth, animal and human skulls to pig or cow bladders. During the Ts'in and Han Dynasties (255 BC-220 AD), the Chinese played 'tsu chu', in which animal-skin balls were dribbled through gaps in a net stretched between two poles. Certain ancient Egyptian rites are said by historians to have similarities with football, and both the ancient Greeks and Romans also played a game that entailed carrying and kicking a ball. According to pre-medieval legend, an entire village would kick a skull along a path to a nearby village square. The opposing village would in turn attempt to kick the skull to the first village's square. Wow, that probably caused more riots than in modern soccer games. A Medieval custom was to take pig bladders used from live stock killed in preparation for winter sustenance and inflate them. They would play a game using their feet and hands to keep the "ball" in the air. Sounds like hacky sack to me. The animal bladder balls were eventually covered with leather for better shape retention." http://www.soccerballworld.com/History.htm ( Full Answer )
You can buy it from various offline and online store like Amazon, Best Buy, Target, Walmart and through the Houseofrave website. See the related link for more information.
If you mean for sport it is doubtful there is enough recorded evidence to exactly pinpoint any one person or culture. Regardless from watching several TLC documentaries. The ancient Aztecs played a form of basketball with a hoop placed on the side of a wall. They used a crude leather ball. Ancien…t Egypt was known to play an early form of soccer with a somewhat circular shaped object. The first official balls were manufactured by Charles Goodyear in 1836. Other than that read this. "Through out history, humans have enjoyed kicking a ball or something like a ball. South American Indians were known to use a light elasticized ball. However; rubber was not to be practically manufactured until a few thousand years later. According to historical references and legend, early balls ranged from human heads, stitched up cloth, animal and human skulls to pig or cow bladders. During the Ts'in and Han Dynasties (255 BC-220 AD), the Chinese played 'tsu chu', in which animal-skin balls were dribbled through gaps in a net stretched between two poles. Certain ancient Egyptian rites are said by historians to have similarities with football, and both the ancient Greeks and Romans also played a game that entailed carrying and kicking a ball. According to pre-medieval legend, an entire village would kick a skull along a path to a nearby village square. The opposing village would in turn attempt to kick the skull to the first village's square. Wow, that probably caused more riots than in modern soccer games. A Medieval custom was to take pig bladders used from live stock killed in preparation for winter sustenance and inflate them. They would play a game using their feet and hands to keep the "ball" in the air. Sounds like hacky sack to me. The animal bladder balls were eventually covered with leather for better shape retention." ( Full Answer )
The disco ball was in use as early as 1897: "The 1897, article of the "Electrical Worker" discusses the Third Annual Ball held on on January 6, 1897, at Roughaus Hall, Charlestown, and of the spectacular lighting display, which could be seen for miles around Boston. The letters N.B.E.W. were done… with incandescent lamps of various colors on wire mesh over the ballroom, highlighted by a carbon arc lamp flashing on a mirrored ball. The affair was hosted by Brothers Flynn, Melville, Colvin, Smith, Ellsworth and Dacey. About 800 people enjoyed the spiked punch and melodies of Dunbars famous orchestra." The mirrored ball - used without lights and music - is probably much older, with no known inventor. They used to use mirror balls to repel witches in Europe. But the Disco Ball ? Prior to the 70's it was simply known as a Mirror or Mirrored Ball. Elements of disco ( discothÃ¨que) music first appeared on records as early as 1969 with Jerry Butler's "Only the Strong Survive"  and had its roots in Philly and New York Soul which themselves were a further evolution of the Motown sound. The Philly Sound which would later morph into Disco was typified by its lush orchestration and emphasis on percussion. ( Full Answer )
The first disco ball was invented in 1859 by Charles and LoganMcGrath. The first disco balls were called light balls and used innightclubs.
ANSWER: . Its usually defined by the diameter of the ball, like an 11 inch disco ball would have a diameter of 11 inches, not a radius of 11 inches.
Ancient Egyptians were thought to have played games with aball-like object. However, the first ball was sold in 1836 byCharles Goodyear.
to make a dico ball you will need some baking powder food color white glue some water and it can also bouse wow :) ":)"
Disco was shortened from discotheque by the Manchester Guardian in1957. DiscothÃ¨que was written in 1928 in LeFigaro .
\nA disco ball is a ball covered with mirrors. It is mounted from the ceiling and hung on a shaft so the ball will rotate slowly with a motor. Then you shine a bright spot light on the ball and as it rotates, the light beam reflected off the mirrors also rotate.
It dosent look like a disco ball, its a small round ball of ice...and its not a planet anymore.
Depends what you mean by balls ;) Balls were manufactured by Charles Goodyear around 1836 - hence the trainer brand - Goodyear.
The first known ball game was first played over 3500 years ago in Mesoamerica (Central America). It was a brutal sport where the losers lost their lives and the winners were showered with all sorts of riches. It was more than a sport though; it was more a way of life, an extension of their religi…on. There is an excellent website that covers all sorts of details on what is called the Mesoamerican Ballgame. It covers everything from the records left behind by the people who played it, to how the game was actually played and why. ( Full Answer )
you cant. it was from a catalog last year. it wont come for a long time.
You have to have about 5 penguins or so on the dance floor for the Disco Ball to pop out. The more people you have, the cooler the Dance Club becomes!
The first rubber ball was invented by the Indian tribes and was discovered by Christopher Colombus.
People love the disco ball because of its shinyness and most people are not as interested any more because of all the new advanced stuff that has came out and now peole are getting bored of the disco ball but there are lots of disco ball lovers still out there. Thank you by Sydnee
Its in the Night Club, which is located in the town. You need 5 or more penguins on the Dance Floor for it to pop up. The more penguins you get, the cooler the Dance Club becomes! [ If you see me on CP say "Hi!" ] [I'm Panda Luv1 ]
It's not a real song. It's just music created for the episode by Walter Murphy.
yh if you cut up the cans then stick them together in the shape of a disco ball the around the room its in put flashing lights around it then turn them on the light should reflect off the cans like a disco ball. . post a message on how it goes my name on here is ILovePokemon GOOD LUCK
He first appeared in the episode "Two bad neighbors", during a neighborhood yard sale day. Near the beginning of the episode, Homer and Marge search their attic for items they might sell. Marge suggests Homer's old Rhinestone Nights Fashion Gun. Homer protests, "...I need it to rhinestone up my old …clothing!". Homer then holds up his old denim jacket complete with rhinestone lettering. "Who's Disco Stu?" Marge asks, referring to the words on the back. Homer explains, "I wanted to write 'Disco Stud' but I ran out of space. Not that Disco Stu didn't get his share of the action!". Disco Stu becomes a character later in the episode as part of a callback gag. Homer solicits his jacket to patrons of the rummage sale; One of them calls out "Hey Stu! You should buy that!". Disco Stu is revealed and says, "Disco Stu...doesn't advertise". he is also well know for other phrases such as "Disco Stu...likes hardcore porno.". Although originally created as a throwaway gag character, Stu ended up being brought back again and again. Disco Stu has also been seen with dead goldfish in his platform shoes, hitting on Marge Simpson at a ski lodge (until he finds out she has children), dancing with Homer after Homer discovers his love of walking, getting smashed by a jukebox thanks to a beefed up Marge, and most recently, a regular on Homer's talk show. During a "taxi cab confession" in the episode "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation", Disco Stu revealed that he's aware disco is dead, and that he does not even like it anymore. He expresses worry that he has let disco define him as a person and fears becoming a "one note guy". In his younger years he had a budding career as a sea captain, going by the name of "Nautical Stu", and only finds the joy of disco music when Marge puts some on while taking his picture for his captain's license. ( Full Answer )
Hello:) Disco Balls are fairly cheap anyway you could try charity shops,Â£1 shops, Ebay or houseofrave.com. It is easy to build your own disco ball, all you need is: .Paper mache .glue .newspaper .imaganation .glitter and a balloon. Firstly you need to get a balloon and cover it… in glue and newspaper do about 4 layers the last layer needs to be covered in glue. when all this is dry you apply more glue and put glitter and sequins on, then pierce a hole through the end of the balloon where you have tied a knot and put string through the knot.Wait for it to dry and hang up:) Ps.If you are going to check Ebay, you will need to make an account first. Thanks x ( Full Answer )
If this item is sold at one of the member only shops then you will not be able to buy it without becoming a Moshi Member.
The first disco hit was "Rock the Boat" by The Hues Corporation, closely followed by "Rock Your Baby" by George McCrae, both in 1974. Both songs hit #1 on the Billboard charts and really got the Disco craze going. Interestingly, Rock Your Baby was written by Howard Casey, who went on to become KC of… KC and the Sunshine Band, who had several No. 1 hits and whose sound became synonomous with Disco. Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
Basketball was invented in 1891 by Canadian clergyman, educator, and physician James Naismith. He was not African-American.
Nope. It is simply a ball with a lot of shiny, smooth surfaces. A light projecter would be placed on top to project light while the ball reflects it.
Fall Out Boy was first. Panic was signed by Fall Out Boy's bassist in 2005 while Fall Out Boy was recording their 4th album.
The deceiving shape would suggest that convex mirrors are used but actually concave mirrors are used, this allows the light to 'bounce' off of it. The incident rays are made to converge this virtual image... very sneaky! :D Hope this helps!
Stars tend to change from one colour to another, as you put it, like a disco ball. This is because the heat inside the star is changing as the stars goes through different growth stages, eventually exploding.
Basically the Disco ball will hang from a hook which is attached to a disco ball motor. The motor usually has multiple speed settings so you can determine how fast the ball rotates.
They only let you buy it in 2007. But wait they might put it in one of the later catalogs.
There is no code for the Disco Ball on Moshi Monsters. You can buy it Horrods if you are level 4 or above.
You can purchase them several places online, one of the leading retailers of disco balls and accessories is houseofrave.com. See related links for more details.
The first gumball machine to come to the United States was in 1888. The Thomas Adams Gum Company installed machines on subway platforms in New York City that vended Tutti-Frutti gum.
You can make your room cool and unique looking by like having funky colors on the wall! And make your own disco ball or buy one at Amazon for a low price. Hang it on the ceiling, and when you get back lights, put it on each corner of the room so it moves around. Now the whole room is so nice and col…orful! Add a mattress on the floor (carpet) that is a dance floor. It's very slack and thin so it feels like a dance floor. I did that exactly with my room, it's so fun! I love being in my room so do my friends. Add stickers or wallpaper to your closets and have a unique curtain like totally out of the blue colors! Have awesome bed sheets and everything! ( Full Answer )
MoPod codes are unique, meaning they can only be used once. Therefore any codes you find online may already have been used.
Disco dancing was invented around the early 1970's, which is when disco music and partys were taking place. There is no exact date as to when disco dancing was invented. Many of the main moves today were invented by Micheal Jackson. This is all i know about the early says oof disco as i study danc…e and creative arts in my GCSE. L.G.J ( Full Answer )
there is no code if you want to have the disco ball first i gonna be a member on moshi monster the price is 118 rox only if you want the animated dance floor please add me first my name there is nicole8132001 im a member
One of the reasons why they are called SECRET codes is because they are, well, secret! Codes like these can only be used once, and so you probably won't be able to find one that someone hasn't already used. There are some codes that can be used more than once, but these will usually not be for rar…e items. Keep your eyes open, and you might find your own code! ( Full Answer )
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there is no code for the disco ball. besides that you have to be a moshi member and level 4. its at honods on sludge street
Something nice but not slutty because then you could in to trouble, so like skinny jeans (or shorts but you might get cold) and a kinda fancy tshirt or a nice dress that's not too short, oh and sparkly stuff works ;) have fun
basketball was invented in 1891 by a man known as James Nasiksl, he was a Physical Education teacher in oranton university.
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you get a rare from breaking the disco ball Littleuni: That is not true. You cannot break the disco ball in animal jam because the game hasnt been programmed like that. Its the same with the ice in Mt.Shiveer, and the bridge in Coral Canyons.
It is impossible, though if you wanted to make a moving ball or a ball with moving squares, it could work.
You have to be at least level 4 to get the Disco Ball on Moshi Monsters. You can buy it at Horrods, however, you have to be a paid Moshi Member to shop at Horrods.
The disco dance first emerged in the late 1960s and became more and more popular into the 1970s in the United States. Famous artists and acts that produced disco orientated music include 'The Bee Gees', Donna Summer and 'The Jackson 5'.
Usually if you go to walmart you can find a large disco ball light. It will have a variety of different sizes. All you have to do is choose the one that fits for you.
Disco balls first began appearing in dance clubs in the 1970's they ruled dance clubs and provided a spectacle of whirling lights as people hit the dance floor. These disco balls or "mirror balls" date right back to the early 20th century.