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  • Iconoscope - Wikipedia

    The Iconoscope (from the Greek: εἰκών "image" and σκοπεῖν "to look, to see") was the first practical video camera tube to be used in early television ...

  • iconoscope | camera device |

    Iconoscope television camera tube. Conceived in 1923 by V.K. Zworykin, the iconoscope was used in the Radio Corporation of America’s first public television ...

  • Iconoscope | Define Iconoscope at

    Iconoscope definition, a television camera tube in which a beam of high-velocity electrons scans a photoemissive mosaic. See more.

  • Iconoscope - Engineering and Technology History Wiki

    The iconoscope [from the Greek words "ikon" (image) and "skopion" (to look at)] was a new approach to television—one that relied entirely on electronics rather than ...

  • Iconoscope | Definition of Iconoscope by Merriam-Webster

    Define iconoscope: a camera tube containing an electron gun and a photoemissive mosaic screen of which each cell produces a charge proportional to…

  • Iconoscope - Home | Facebook

    Iconoscope. 102 likes. Welcome to the official Iconoscope page, where you can share and vote for creations made using the Iconoscope game!

  • Iconoscope - definition of iconoscope by The Free Dictionary

    Define iconoscope. iconoscope synonyms, iconoscope pronunciation, iconoscope translation, English dictionary definition of iconoscope. n. An electron tube used in the ...

  • The Iconoscope -

    The Iconoscope: The Iconoscope was the the first television camera tube to see widespread use beginning in the late 1930s. It was the invention of Vladimir ...

  • Motivating Visual Interpretations in Iconoscope: Designing ...

    Motivating Visual Interpretations in Iconoscope: Designing a Game for Fostering Creativity Antonios Liapis Institute of Digital Games University of Malta

  • Iconoscope – 1923 - MagLab

    American inventor Vladimir Zworykin, the “father of television," conceived two components key to that invention: the iconoscope and the kinescope.

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