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BAIRD, John Logie: The early television


1920 | BAIRD | Televisión
Personaje: BAIRD, John Logie.

January 26, 1926. There was the first public demonstration of mechanical television. John Logie Baird, considered the father of television, showed the operation of the image transmission in a Soho laboratory (London UK), to members of the Royal Institution, a prestigious scientific association, and to a Times reporter.

This documentary, grabbed from VHS tape, shows the story told by the protagonist himself, the engineer Baird, and how he made possible the picture synthesis and transmission through a Paul Nipkow intuition in 1883 who was unable to carry out his idea because of the technological limitations of the time too early.

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