John Logie Baird

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John Logie Baird


1888 - Born1926 - First public demonstration1927 - Color television1928 - First Transatlantic transmission1931 - Married Margret Albu1937 - Last transmisson using bairds system1946 - Died

On October 25th, 1925 for the first time ever John Logie Baird transmitted the first moving image. In 1927 he demonstrated the color television and phonovision, a system that made video recordings. In 1928 he made the first transatlantic image transmisson from London to New York. By 1930 he had doveloped a system to broadcast sound to go along with the image.

Lasting Impact

John Logie Baird's inventions and todays VCR's use the same method of producing pictures.

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John Logie Baird was a scottish inventor. He was born in 1888 and died in 1946. Although he did not win any awards, his invention helps us watch things on VCR's today. His invention was called the televisor. In 1931 he married Margaret Albu and had 2 children named Malcolm and Diana. The last broadcast using John Logie Baird's system happened in 1937. He was also the first one to make a color television and the first broadcast happened in 1927.


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