POPULAR SCIENCE-ON-THE-SCREEN (Mar, 1940)
Judging by the picture, this looks like some pretty heavy colonialist propaganda.
IN CINECOLOR —SEE and HEAR the latest release of POPULAR SCIENCE-ON-THE-SCREEN
the glamorous story of Hawaii’s Pineapple Industry
Produced in Cinecolor by FAIRBANKS AND CARLISLE
Distributed by PARAMOUNT PICTURES.
Life Size Radio Movies Are Coming (May, 1930)
The device on the second page is interesting. It’s sort of like a mechanical version of an LCD screen.
Life Size Radio Movies Are Coming
C. Francis Jenkins is inventor of the original movie camera and holder of more than 400 patents, many of them in the field of radiovision. He predicts for the near future life size radio movies and radiovision of news events which may be projected on theater screens at the actual instant they happen. Jenkins describes the present status of television and the lines along which he is working.
by C. FRANCIS JENKINS Famous Inventor
WITHIN a short time, possibly within a year, I expect to see movie screens showing life size pictures of news events as they are happening. We are working now on that problem. We may not be first to solve it, but it is only a question of time until some one does, and it is quite possible that we may be first.