A snap-shot view of  Yanno’ s typical workbench area where he crafts composition
archetypes of his personal work, before their production development.
Since the beginning of time Human species began making simple tools by converting natural recourses available using
various methods to advance and improve their goods for living so that their habitations will achieve a goal of a specific
function in their natural environment.

From the time when the conversion of natural recourses to simple tools, the discoveries of new techniques significantly
helped humans to lessen physical barriers and improve results to existing problems, allowing skills learned by handcrafted
ability to experience the relation between a problem and its solution, has been a gratifying course of action.

For example, the input and output of an engine design and its application use by means of handling a performed procedure
such as the processing of designing and making tools to exploit practical human resources and to achieve practical results.

The prehistoric invention of the wheel has been one of the most significant elements man ever discovered and remains an
outstanding advanced component in modern technology that helps humans to take a trip in short and long distance of their

From the invention of the wheel man has constantly strived in discovering and improving methods by engineering, science
and technology to develop and pave the fields of considered necessary elements in human activities the ability to manage
and adjust into their natural environments by achieving practical results on a global scale.

Man’s  ambition to submerge during reconnaissance naval missions goes back to 332 BC before submarine technology in the
middle ages got underway when Englishman William Bourne’s first submarine prototype in 1578 and the actual construction
of the first submersible by Magnus Pegelius in 1605 were the driving forces for Dutchman Cornelius Jacobson Drebbel, to
successfully built the first submarine in 1620.

In consequence, the currently integrated architecture vessel systems due countermeasure navigation technology of
Class new-generation advanced stealth nuclear submarines for multi-mission under water operations, surpassing the Seawolf
Class “run silent-run deep” submarines, and U.S. Submarine Technology will maintain its naval supremacy of all nations in
the 21st century, alongside its newest and most transformational state-of-the-art warship ever built the pure-stealthy-bred
and shivering-to-the-bone the U S Navy’s Advanced Technology Battlewagon
USS Zumwalt-DDG 1000 and the first of the
multi-mission Zumwalt-class ships built.

And to mention Aerodynamics, Technology has come a long way from
Ikaros flight over the Aegean Sea to Chuck Yeager’s
sound breaking barrier achievement and the accomplishment of the impossible "leap" of John Glen’s to orbit the Earth flight
and Neil Armstrong
first man’s walk on the Moon, all three, Engineering, Science and Technology have contribute a
tremendous amount of assistance and services to humanity and thus, have lessened physical barriers to communication and
allowed humans to interact freely around the globe.

Man’s vision for advance technology has made extensive contributions over the last century, respectively.

Another example, over the last 130 years Thomas Edison’s Phonograph and electric light and Nikola Tesla’s Alternating
Current electricity supply system which is used today, and the remarkable induction motor inventions, was a visionary of the
future which started the
Industrial Revolution, creating inventions for the welfare of mankind. Both, Edison and Tesla were
masters of innovation and technology.

Other examples passed down the ages would be Information Technology and Construction Technology including the
computerized optimization in furniture manufacturing by Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) that is Technology at its

Likewise, in Tool and Die maker's Lathe machine operation, the CNCs Technology nearly eliminates man from his craft and
outperforms his tasks by the unique computerized systems that fully design, select and effectively making decisions as to
finding techniques or procedures to surpass craftsman presence in supervision and control while in operation as possible.

Whether the largest value or the smallest value that a task requires, the amazing circumference of present technology can
literary outperform factual error by man. Leaving the Agrarian society by transforming to an Industrial Revolution era is far
behind us, now shifting to phenomenal
Information Age by adapting to a significant rapid evolution of knowledge,
education, and networking communication influencing stronger economies across Continents.

However, while the truth of the matter remains that all technology has been used from innovations and solving problems and
cutting costs, to illustrating a home by Computerized Aided Design (CAD) and have a walkthrough room by room prevision
before a house been build, is a remarkable tool to be covered by Information Technology and its contributions to life
expectancy involvement for health information unknown to most societies around the world in recent years by educating
humans in wellbeing issues.

In turn, Information Technology and scientific and medical data research is credited for health promotion by increasing the
lifespan in the United States during the 20th century.

Advanced Technology, Information Technology, Computer Science, Engineering Science, will continue to provide
improvements with new “remarkable discoveries” for our wellbeing in the 21st Century and beyond.

Despite the fact that we live in Information Age where most tasks can be accomplished by the touch of a computer screen,
including furniture making as mentioned above, another truth is acknowledged when it comes to nature’s tree endowment in
relation to us. The craft that remains as desirable and as pleasing and satisfying for a property holder is to own a handcrafted
piece of furniture made from real wood the way craftsmen use to built furniture at a time when hand tools in a carpenter's
woodshop domain was the only technology available to handle the fine details given with the ordered piece of furniture by
the customer.