The Brief History of TV:
These days people spend hours watching tv. Ever wondered how the #television evolved? Watch this video to find out!
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Just look at televisions to see how far technology has come in human history. What was once a bulky box on your #entertainment centre is now a wall-mountable flat panel. With the rise of #streaming services, even the way we consume content on our screens has changed. Today, as we tune into the storied history of television sets throughout the decades, we’re celebrating the innovations that continue to entertain us from the comfort of our homes.
The late 1920 and 1930:
In 1926, The American inventor #Philo Taylor Farnsworth was 21 years old when he made the first electronic television. This system captured moving images using a beam of electrons. This is what we know today as a #primitivetechnology camera
In 1929, the Baird Televisor became the first commercially available television. This early television set was small and used reflected light to produce a low-resolution image the size of a postage stamp. Since then, the invention of the electric television has provided a higher resolution and made mass-production easier, rendering Baird’s mechanical televisions obsolete.
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