the Australian Centre for the Moving Image exhibition in Fed

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the Australian Centre for the Moving Image exhibition in Fed

Postby Harry Dalek » Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:48 pm

2014 i think Featuring are a working model of a Baird mechanical chris longs ?, and a 1939 RCA TRK-12 TV in a clear lexan cabinet. The clear set was created for the New York Worlds fair in 1939. The tube is mounted vertically in the set and the image reflected in a mirror.
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