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How Projection Television Works

A brief description of how Projection Television works. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.

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Logie Baird's Television Apparatus

A well written and interesting piece on the invention of television by John Logie Baird.

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How Digital Television Works

A brief description of how Digital Television works. From HowStuffWorks.com.

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John Logie Baird (1888-1946)

A BBC biography of the inventor of television.

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How HDTV Works

A brief description of how High Definition television works, from HowStuffWorks.com.

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Dr Karl

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki used to be a "proper pukka scientist, engineer and doctor", but is currently an author and science commentator on Australian radio and television.

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How Television Works

Containing a brief description of how TV works, from pixels and motion to inside a cathode ray tube. Tthis excellent set of pages is interactive and is part of HowStuffWorks.com.

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How Racef/x Works

A brief description of how Racef/x works, producing places a glowing halo around cars on NASCAR television broadcasts. From HowStuffWorks.com.

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TV strobe light - Marvin and Milo

A Marvin and Milo activity about vibration. All you need is a cathode ray television and a rubber band.

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Dennis Gabor

Dennis Gabor (1900 - 1971) work led to the development of a number of devices including: a holographic microscope, an analogue computer, a flat thin colour television tube, and a new type of ...

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