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The Television is one of the most exciting technology that mankind has experienced. Today, the television The television is not just a ''Box'' which act as a system for the transmission of sound and images which are reproduced on the screen. With the coming of the Mobile phone,Computer ,Ipads and Tablets, The TV is better described as a device the receive televison Signals. In this post, we are going to look at the Evolution of TV based on the discovery of the Kinetoscope by Thomas Edison. We have turn today to focus on what smart phone technology is all about. While enjoying the revolution of the smart phone, let us keep in mind that the TV is a technology we can never forget or stay away from. In this s video, we are going to see how the idea of Videos and TVs came about.
Thomas Alva Edison is often known for his work that brought out the most important inventions in history –the electric light bulb. However one of his most significant inventions Kinetoscope is not well known and is deemed to be one of his lesser known achievements. Thomas Alva Edison is one of the pioneers who have brought a change with his achievements in the early stage of cinematography. The earliest motion picture was devised by Edison.
The Kinetoscope was an early film making device, which was developed due to Edison’s personal interest in motion pictures.
Attending one of Muybridge’s lectures on his own early motion picture device, Thomas Alva Edison was tempted to create his own phonograph which will create a breakthrough device that plays sound and moving images simultaneously. Eventually Thomas Alva Edison invented the Kinetoscope.
Thomas Alva Edison’s initial concept for his motion picture device was based on the phonograph’s cylinder. The photographic images followed a sequence and were attached to a cylinder, with the idea that an illusion of motion through reflected light would be created as the cylinder rotated. However, tests proved it ineffective.
When the discussion between Etienne-Jules Marey and Thomas Alva Edison occurred, a set of sequential still images were produced using continuous rolls of film which was called chronophotography. Chronophotography did face few issues such as the quality and sturdiness of the films rolls that were used.
To surpass the quality check and prove the experiments successful, emulsion-coated celluloid films developed by John Carbutt were used. This proved to be successful and thus the prototype kinetoscope was born.