Philo Farnsworth, Charles Francis Jenkins and John Logie Baird invented the first T.V (television).
John Logie Baird is the person who is given credit for inventing the television for the very first time. He experimented in an attic room in London for years until he succeeded in transmitting an old, moving, grayscale image of a talking ventriloquist dummy on a screen in 1925. He called it ‘the Televisor’.
By 1930, Baird had managed to develop a system to broadcast simultaneous sound with the images. Baird’s television was mechanical in design. The transmission composed of as less as 30 parallel lines compared to the many pixels we have today. It resulted in small, fuzzy images on the screen.
The first T.V (television) was invented in 1925 by John Logie Baird, he called it ‘the Televisor’.
Television is a system for converting visual images (with sound) into electrical signals, transmitting them by radio or other means, and displaying them electronically on a screen.