BAIRD LABORATORY LECTURE SLIDES
below are an assortment of fifty (50) glass lecture slides used by Scottish television
pioneer John Logie Baird. All are believed to be produced before 1930,
although there might be a few exceptions. There is no way to know the
exact order of the original presentation, but I have attempted to group them
into similar topics. Several have never been published. (Courtesy
Early Technology Library, Scotland)
Early Television Systems
(48K) - Boris Rosing television apparatus diagram
(60K) - Szczepanik television apparatus diagram
(40K) - Belin and Holweck television apparatus diagram
(40K) - Artificial Eye Experiment
(56K) - Human Eye cross-section
(92K) - Face Grid
(36K) - Wand Experiment
(36K) - Disc #1
(32K) - Disc #2
(32K) - Disc #3
(36K) - Baird Television Receiver Diagram
(44K) - Baird Television Receiver Diagram #2
(48K) - Baird Television Transmitter Diagram
(32K) - Baird "Complete Spec #1"
(32K) - Baird "Complete Spec #2"
(52K) - AT&T Photocell
C. Francis Jenkins and the "Radiovisor"
(20K) - C. Francis Jenkins - Inventor of the "Radiovisor"
(40K) - Jenkins "Radiovisor" with radio receiver
(40K) - Photograph sent by "Radiovisor"
(16K) - Boy Bouncing Ball - Image sent by "Radiovisor"
(28K) - Girl image sent by "Radiovisor"
(40K) - "Radiovisor" assembly showing quartz rods
(24K) - Jenkins "6-spot lamp"
J. L. Baird and "Televisors"
(28K) - Mr. J. L. Baird
(40K) - Viewing images on one of the first "Televisors"
(28K) - Baird Model "A" Televisor
(24K) - Baird Model "B" Televisor
(28K) - Baird Model "C" Televisor
(52K) - Daylight Television Transmission - July 1928
(44K) - Press review of daylight transmission - July 1928
(48K) - Television from London to Glasgow
(32K) - Erecting the aerial at "2TV" station
(28K) - Viewing the Televisor
(36K) - Professor Jones of Glasgow, transmission to London
(96K) - Woman being televised
(48K) - London to New York transmission
(96K) - Mrs. Howe, first lady to be televised - London to New York
(36K) - Noctovisor transmission
(36K) - Dr. Tierney being 'noctovised'
(44K) - Osglim Neon Lamp
(40K) - Sir John Samuel and Mr. Baird
(28K) - Baird with his "Phonovisor" apparatus
(44K) - Baird with the original "Televisor" in the South Kensington museum
Early Baird Colour Experiments
(32K) - Colour Spectrum
(48K) - Baird demonstrates the first colour Televisor - July 1928
(44K) - Major Church observing colour television - July 1928
(80K) - Outdoor image - Experimenting with different light spectrums
(68K) - Outdoor image #2
(48K) - Ultra-violet light versus visible light
(50K) - Yellow light versus UV Light