Presentation on theme: "By: Alex Jones. 1827- The camera obscura was invented in 1827 what happen was you go into a dark room when it is light outside and make a tiny whole in."— Presentation transcript:
1827- The camera obscura was invented in 1827 what happen was you go into a dark room when it is light outside and make a tiny whole in the wall and put the camera up to it and on the other wall you see objects upside down on the other wall
1870- The cathode ray tube was invented in 1870 the cathode ray tube is a vacuum tube containing an electron gun designed for very fast signals and gave brighter display
1884- German Paul Nipkow developed a rotating disk technology to transmit pictures over wire in 1884 called the Kipkow disk
1920s- john logie biard On January 26th, 1926, a viable television system was demonstrated using mechanical picture scanning with electronic amplification at the transmitter and at the receiver. It could be sent by radio or over ordinary telephone lines, leading to the historic trans-Atlantic transmissions of television from London to New York in February, 1928
1955-1958 1955 through 1958 they were made the radio they actually made the radio in 1955 but they improved it over the years. The first radio is the first blue radio down at the bottom. And the second one down is the pocket sized radio. The last radio down there is A radio that set the standard for other early transistor radios, with an appealingly simple and original design that won worldwide acclaim. Tuning and volume dials are both on the right side, making it easy to operate with one's thumb.
1956- The first video recorder was invented in 1956 the Ampex corporation used magnetic tape technology pioneered by German scientist during world war II to create the first video tape recorder.
1960s- In the 1960s the football was broadcast on television for the first time
Successor to the TC-50, a model launched to establish a brand of popular tape recorders for business use. The recorder's rubber strap (for a secure grip) and design unified by rounded features soften its businesslike image 1970-
1975- The first commercially available video cassette recorder was the Sony betamax introduced in 1975
The first TV monitor in the "PROFEEL" series. This is the model that established the rather radical idea of a modular CRT set, separate from the TV tuner, speakers, and other components. The design emphasizes function over form, to the extent all ornamentation seems eliminated, and gives an impression of appealing simplicity. 1980-
The first camcorder for recording on standard 8 mm videotape. Equipped with a newly developed 250,000-pixel CCD as an imaging device, as well as motorized 6x zoom. The developers also succeeded in reducing the weight to a mere 1.97 kg. 1885-
At a time when the market was flooded with big portable stereos in rounded shapes, here was an invitation to enjoy an appealingly compact, square model perfect for a desk. The designers set their sights on discerning users for this upscale model, nicknamed "PRESH," and it proved a market leader. Functions are kept minimal, but the unit is designed for maximum convenience and fidelity 1990-
The first DV camcorder, with a 3CCD system for exceptional image quality. A premium and unprecedented DV-ready model, this camcorder boasted industry-leading performance and features at launch. The unit's optics and mic are arranged on a central axis, inspiring a bold appearance that is elongated and symmetrical. 1995-
A sleek, compact Cyber-shot, with hardly any protrusions or indentations on the body. The P in the model name of this easy-to-hold digital camera hints at play, pleasure, and pocket. It is a format only possible in a digital camera, a unique, elongated body design chosen as the desired form, given the required internal structure. Here, the developers sought a camera as easy as a mobile phone to take along, and ready in an instant for casual shots 2000-
A slim 1080i HD Handycam with appealingly simple lines. The HDR-HC1 brought high definition out of professional applications and into the hands of consumers, in a camera more compact than ever at launch. Ease of use is the key to its design, evident in a touch-panel LCD monitor and conveniently arranged manual control buttons. This shape won't fatigue users even after extended filming, which makes the unit feel reassuringly steady during shooting. 2005-