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John Logie Baird John Logie Baird inventor of the first TV in the world under the lights Google
Google Inc. today celebrates the annual ninetieth anniversary of the invention of the first TV in the world at the hands of Scottish origin electricity engineer John Logie Baird, who was born on 14 August 1888 in Scotland to a poor family of four children.
And the work of John Logie Baird hard to help his father was collecting some haberdashery and being repaired and sold in the market, and was educated in Larchfield Academy and is now part of Lomond School in Glasgow and then at the Technical College in the University of Glasgow.
And got Byrd during his studies at the college on a series of engineering jobs and training as part of his studies, and led the First World War conditions and ill health to end his college without graduating from the university, Vankb John on the study of television and has developed the first practical television system.
Many of the inventors are working on the development of what is today the television, and it was Baird leading prominent in this area, and has made great progress, and attributed many historians credit for Byrd to produce the first images of live television animation of light reflection, and achieved Baird what Almkhron Alakhoun failed to accomplish, for By getting a better Photoelectric cells and improve the light signal conditioning.
John has in 1923 created a basic model for TVs today, where he invented a very primitive device that has a bike and tablets survey cropped cardboard and metal box biscuit and sewing needles and a series of lights, this device to the broadcast image is clear and is fixed to the Cross of Malta of a few steps.
John and in 1925 he broadcast a picture of a human face, and starts in 1926 the first television broadcast surprised an audience of scientists, but then John will continue to work on improving its equipment and its consequences.
And innovated after that first TV natural colors in 1928, he said that living color phenomenon on the screen of the reception’s been a banner too, and the Logie in 1929 introduced the first TV program ever in black and white and had a channel BBC the British, which led to the offer programs from half an hour to five days a week hence launched the era of television.
John Logie Baird and lived until he died in 1946 at the age of no more than 57 years.Viewing:-172
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