Science: Practical Television

There is an emotion of mixed awe and delight at his inventions that keeps the eyes of every scientist naive and young. Three amiable groups in three separate homes in Schenectady, N. Y. were so moved last week. A few blocks away in a research laboratory of the General Electric Co. a fourth group tingled sympathetically. In the laboratory was a television sending set; in the homes were television receiving sets. In the laboratory broadcasters moved, talked, sang, and in regimented waves their actions and sounds gambolled over the radio to the...

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