In July 1959, the magazine Look ran an article describing the “miracle kitchen” of the future, ostensibly about the amazing advances that Americans would see in their own homes. In reality, it was part of a much larger propaganda battle of the Cold War — and it involved a proto-roomba.
While this might have the guts an old RCA 13″ TV, it’s why you can see said guts that makes it so special. Because it’s for prisoners. And everyone wants to watch TV like a prisoner, right?
Colour TV broadcasts began in Australia in March 1975, a mere 34 years ago. But the first demonstrated colour transmission in the world happened way back in July 1928, by a gentleman by the name of John Logie Baird.