Inventing the Television

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Crabtree Publishing Company, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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This inspiring new series explores revolutionary inventions and their inventors. Breakthrough Inventions features inventors' biographies, interesting facts, and historical photographs. Learn about the invention of items that have had enormous impact on our everyday lives. Children will also be fascinated to read about the contributors who helped create these technologies and how their discoveries have evolved over time. Inventors are developing tooth implants that pick up vibrations from cell phone calls and transfer them to the inner ear. The tooth implant would allow a person to receive a call discreetly, or without others knowing.
 

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Contents

Images by Wire
Mechanical Televisions
Electronic Televisions
Selling to the World
Television Takes
A Burst of Color 20 Getting a Signal
Inside a Television
New and Improved
Watching Television
More than a TV 30 Television Tomorrow 32 Glossary and Index
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