History Of The Television's Creation
Television is a box where we can view images and get to listen to different sounds. Almost every house in the world today has a television or two. It is one of the most effective means of entertainment and communication. Many people wonder about the answer to the question.
1. The first answer to the question is in 1862 when a man named Abbe Caselli created pantelgraph. The pantelgraph can send still pictures through wires.
2. The second answer to the question is in 1873 when scientists Smith and May conducted experiments using light which can change the still pictures to signals from electricity.
3. The third answer to the question is in 1876 when a man named George Boston sketched a camera made from Selenium which lets people view things through electricity, right after that some engineers named Paivia, Figuier and Senlecq first made a drawing for a gadget called a telectroscope.
4. The fourth answer to the question is in 1880 when George Carey developed a system that has cells that can produce light. Then after that Mr. Graham Bell, created a photo phone which can send light. Then Mr. Paul Nipkow created a gadget in 1884. He termed it as the electric telescope which can transfer an image by a disk that can provide resolution though the wire however the image is not clear.
5. The fifth answer to the question is in the 1900s, when many inventors tried to make improvements on the television. Some inventors tried to make a television that works on a mechanical system and a tube made of cathode ray. This was made by John Baird Scotsman and Charles Jenkins. Then a man named Philo Farnsworth and Vladimir Zworykin from the company, Westinghouse made the electronic version.
6. The sixth answer as to when the television was made was in 1906 when Boris Rosing and Campbell Swinton incorporated the cathode ray tube so the television can send the pictures. They also created a scanning system so it can produce the same pictures again. Then in 1923, Vladimir Zworykin patented the first electronic eye for the television. In 1927, Farnsworth patented the "image dissector". In 1928, the license for a first ever station for the television was issued to Charles Jenkins.
by: Brian Jones