Over the past month, we’ve been looking back at the History of TV. In case you missed any of it, here’s a roundup of how we moved from John Logie Baird’s mechanical creation to the latest flat-panel display.
Where it all started: TV Retrospective: Looking Back At The History Of The Telly
John Logie Baird – what a champ: How John Logie Baird Changed The World
From mechanical to electronic: When TV Moved From Mechanical To Electronic
Aussie launch FTW: When TV Launched In Australia…
Coloured in TV: The Introduction Of Colour TV
Remote Controls changed our lives: How Did We Ever Cope Before The Remote Control?
TV in your pocket: The MTV-1 Took The Television Portable
Big screens started with rear-pro: When Rear Projection Made It BIG
Plasma – big, thin and sexy: Plasma TV And The Start Of Something Big
LCD continues the big screen trend: The Evolution Of LCD
High Definition’s arrival: The Arrival Of High Definition
Pew pew: TVs Should Be Better With Lasers
LED are just better LCDsLED Backlighting Is LCD’s Trump Card
Hertz so good: 100Hz: Saving LCDs From Motion Judder Since 2006
The third dimension: Television In The Third Dimension
The TV that never materialised: SED: The TV That Never Was (And Probably Never Will Be…)
Oh, OLED: OLED: The Best TVs We’ve Ever Seen
Get in online: Internet TV And Video On Demand: Changing The TV Landscape Forever
Looking forward: The Future Of TV
History of TV is Giz AU’s month-long look back at the development of the world-changing medium and its influence on our daily lives.