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February 07, 2008

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Harry Shelton

Farnsworth invented the dissector tube which could pick up films or slides satisfactorily, but required huge amounts of light and bizarre makeup to define features in ordinary scenes. His system would never have been practical for general usage. He does deserve credit for his invention, however, and was screwed out of much of his financial and historical due by the David Sarnoff and the RCA machine.

dr william zelinka

very interesting and in depth information on the subject of the inventor of televsion as a functioning unit of communication

and i am afraid that the research was done only from an american perspective

proven that the television was alive and well in post world one one germany in the tiny village of heiglenstadt (sP?) and i will do my research on this completely....lets put the record straight

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