The Television

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The Television

  1. 1. The Television(TV) Daniel Oteiza
  2. 2. -History -Types of Television -Social Aspects
  3. 3. History: *1884. Paul Gottlieb Nipkow , 20 years. German. -Until 90s they used photos for the tv. - Fournier and Rionoux in 1906. Photosensitive cells ---> Photosensitive cells Lamps From alot of cables to just a pair by switching the cells ones with others Problems: The speed, and the synchronization The telephotography
  4. 4. Types of Television -Mechanical Television -Electronic Television : 1937, France and UK. Small screens and expensive. -Color television : 1948, Goldmark . Field Sequential System . -High Definition (HD) : 28 different systems of high-definition television . -1080: Progressive or Interlaced -720: Progressive Sweep Types of aspect: -4:3 -16:9 -21:9
  5. 5. Periodic Table of Television : 1884-- Paul Nipkow designed and patented what is considered the first TV in history. 1897--Karl Ferdinand Braun built the first cathode ray tube . 1927-- John Logie Baird transmits a signal 438 miles through a telephone line between London and Glasgow . 1986--Born FOX. 1993-- Adopting the standard for the series connection of equipment, called SDI Serial Digital Interface. 1995--Approving standards for digital broadcasts, satellite DVB-S, cable DVB-C based on the MPEG-2 compression. 1997-- Born digital satellite platforms. Adopting the DVB-T standard for digital terrestrial television.
  6. 6. Social Aspects: Alleged Dangers Educations advantges Gender and television Negative effects Politics and television Positive effects Propaganda delivery Socializing children Technology trends
  7. 7. Family Guy: The Simpsons: American Dad : The End Animation programs that will be part in history (In one form or another) 1987 1999 2005

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