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Traditionally, he is best known as the inventor of the Dual Cyclone bagless vacuum cleaner , which works on the principle of cyclonic separation. Dyson was elected an international member of the National Academy of Engineering in for development of advanced technologies and innovative products and for contributions to design and engineering education. James Dyson was born 2 May in Cromer , Norfolk , one of three children. I learnt determination from it. It was whilst attending the Royal College of Art  to study fine art that Dyson made the switch to industrial design due in part to the tutorage of the structural engineer Anthony Hunt. His first original invention, the Ballbarrow , was a modified version of a wheelbarrow using a ball instead of a wheel. Dyson stuck with the idea of a ball, inventing the Trolleyball, a trolley that launched boats. He then designed the Wheelboat,  which could travel at speeds of 64 kilometres per hour 40 mph on both land and water. In the late s, Dyson had the idea of using cyclonic separation to create a vacuum cleaner that would not lose suction as it picked up dirt.