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Sending pictures through the air. Bairds system of television transmits its wireless pictures. John Logie Baird transmitted a moving image by wireless, showing gradations of light and shade, with some colour, red and blue. The picture was sent from a 9 mile distance from London to Harrow

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Baird Distance Experiment Harrow Logie Mile Moving Pictures Sending Shade System Television Transmitted Wireless 1926


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This historical print captures a groundbreaking moment in the history of technology - John Logie Baird's experiment demonstrating the transmission of moving images through television. In 1926, Baird successfully sent a picture wirelessly from London to Harrow, covering a distance of 9 miles. The image displayed gradations of light and shade, with hints of color in red and blue. This significant achievement by Baird marked a pivotal moment in the development of television technology. His system demonstrated the possibility of transmitting visual information through the air, paving the way for future advancements in communication and entertainment. The image captured in this print showcases Baird's innovative approach to broadcasting moving pictures, revolutionizing how we perceive and interact with visual media. It serves as a reminder of his pioneering work that laid the foundation for modern television systems. As we look back on this important piece of history, we are reminded of the importance of experimentation and innovation in pushing boundaries and shaping our world. This print is not just a snapshot from the past but an enduring symbol of human ingenuity and progress.

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