Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Conclusion

In conclusion ,it has been fun writing about TV. Like how it came to be and the people how made it the way it is. Sorry that I couldn't explain how they work ,but what can you do when the person who sets them up doesn't know how they work. But other than that it was fun. I hope you liked reading it

Conclusion

In conclusion ,it has been fun writing about TV. Like how it came to be and the people how made it the way it is. Sorry that I couldn't explain how they work ,but what can you do when the person who sets them up doesn't know how they work. But other than that it was fun. I hope you liked reading it

to: Professionals

Since my (so called) professional had no idea on how TV works. Other than how to set them up ,I am now asking you to post a commit to this blog to explain to the public ,how TV works. Thanks

P.S. sincerely from: Chris Jenkins

Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Mechanical and Electronicle television

During that cross-road of TV the 4 scientist began there work. In 1923 Vladimir patents his iconscope and later developes the kinescope for picture display. In 1925 John and Charles demonstrate the mechanical transmissions over wire circuits and Baird becomes the 1st to transmit moving silhouette images using a mechanicl system. In 1943 Vlad developed the orthico that could record outdoor events. And it all went up from there.

Thursday, December 09, 2004

Further TV History

After the Worlds Fair in 1900 television can to a cross roads, between Mechanical TV and Electronic TV. Historian Mery Bellis states that "Mechanical TV is based on Nipkow's rotating disk and Electronic TV is based on the cathode ray tube work made in 1907 by English inventor A.A. Campbell-Swinton and Russian scientist Boris Rosing." The two models were then taken up by C. Jenkins and J. Baird ,who worked on the mechanical while P. Farnsworth and e.V. Zworkin ,who worked with the electronical.

Friday, December 03, 2004

T V history

Have you ever wondered how television came to be? If you have then here is your chance to find out. For instance did you know television was not created by a single inventor ,but many inventions ,by many inventors ,put together. Two people who made a great contribution to t.v. are Joseph Henry and Micheal Faraday, who in 1831 worked with electromagnetism. Soon after these two others took this technology to the next level. Such as Mr. Caselli who in 1862 became the first to transmit images over wires. Even later inventors like Edison and Bell where able to transmit sound through the use of the photophone. Finally in 1900 in the World's Fair in Paris, a Russian inventor by the name of Constantin Perskyi made the first t.v.. (Mary Bellis)

Friday, October 15, 2004

Brainstrom

Television- I feel like rsearching this topic because I watch t all the time and I guess i just want to know how they work. I would also look the rated of how many hours people have spent sitting on the couch and watching tv. After that I would look into the show most watched by certain age groups of people. I would also look up the major production companies and how they are made and how they work.