Emik Avakian (Armenian: Էմիք Աւաքեան) (1923 - July 11, 2013) was an Armenian American inventor and owner of numerous patents including breath-operated computer, a mechanism that facilities putting wheelchairs on automobiles, and a self operating robotic wheel that converts manual wheel chairs into automatic.[1][2] Many of his inventions were geared towards the improvement of disabled peoples lives and he won many awards recognizing these efforts.

Emik Avakian (Armenian: Էմիք Աւաքեան) (1923 - July 11, 2013) was an Armenian American inventor and owner of numerous patents including breath-operated computer, a mechanism that facilities putting wheelchairs on automobiles, and a self operating robotic wheel that converts manual wheel chairs into automatic.[1][2] Many of his inventions were geared towards the improvement of disabled peoples lives and he won many awards recognizing these efforts.

Tamar Kaprelian, Armenian American Singer and Musician

Tamar Kaprelian, Armenian American Singer and Musician

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Emil Mark, Armenian fashion model

Emil Mark, Armenian fashion model

Michael Aram-designer - Michael Aram Wolohojian (born in 1963 in Providence Rhode Island, United States) is a renowned metal-ware designer. He launched his first collection in 1989 after taking a trip to India where he began working with traditional artisanal techniques. Michael Aram sells his work in over 600 locations worldwide and opened his first namesake boutique in Manhattan in 2007.

Michael Aram-designer - Michael Aram Wolohojian (born in 1963 in Providence Rhode Island, United States) is a renowned metal-ware designer. He launched his first collection in 1989 after taking a trip to India where he began working with traditional artisanal techniques. Michael Aram sells his work in over 600 locations worldwide and opened his first namesake boutique in Manhattan in 2007.

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