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Portable Talking Picture Exhibition Device Perfected (Feb, 1930)

Portable Talking Picture Exhibition Device Perfected
THESE pictures show the new portable talking picture exhibition equipment, a device observers expect to revolutionize educational methods, in that lectures of the world’s greatest scientists, teachers and preachers can now be exhibited in talking movie form in any size school, church, hospital or home and can be set up in any small hall in less than 15 minutes.

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Color Tele Goes Big (Jul, 1947)

Color Tele Goes Big

COLOR television that can be projected on a large screen is the latest achievement of RCA engineers. At a demonstration in a large auditorium, color images were received and shown on a 7-1/2- by 10-foot screen.

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Map projections speed SAC war-room display (Mar, 1963)

Map projections speed SAC war-room display

Less than 30 seconds elapses between receipt of information and the time it is flashed on a vast screen where it can be studied by the battle staff in the Strategic Air Command’s war room near Omaha, Nebr.

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Costly Library Books Loaned to Readers in Film Rolls (Aug, 1929)

Costly Library Books Loaned to Readers in Film Rolls

CONTENTS of the original copies of valuable books are being filmed by many libraries throughout the country and the rolls loaned out instead of the books themselves. The reader may then study the material by reflecting it on a screen by a tiny projector that is loaned with the rolls. A roll is placed in a machine turned at the reader’s convenience by means of a tiny handle.

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MAKE AND PROJECT YOUR OWN MOVIES (Apr, 1917)

MAKE AND PROJECT YOUR OWN MOVIES

By MERWIN DELAWAY

AT last the person interested either in movies or in photography has a real chance to follow his bent for one of the two and at the same time get enjoyment from the other interest. A complete outfit, including raw film, camera, and projector, is now being manufactured and offered to the public at a price which makes those who bought outfits in times gone by, think that Millennium has come.

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HOME MOVIE INVENTION Reduces FILM COSTS (Feb, 1930)

HOME MOVIE INVENTION Reduces FILM COSTS

THROUGH an invention which enables motion pictures to be taken laterally as well as horizontally upon the same film, it is declared the cost of motion pictures for the home has been reduced 75 per cent. The reducing of film costs was worked out by means of a camera which takes pictures crosswise as well as lengthwise of the film permitting the operator to take four pictures where formerly only one picture was taken. The new camera is expected to be on the market this year.

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Inventor Promises Disk Record Movie Shows for the Home (Apr, 1923)

Inventor Promises Disk Record Movie Shows for the Home

Film Projector Runs like a Talking Machine WHAT Edison did with the talking machine; what Bell did with the telephone; what Ford did with the automobile, C. Francis Jenkins, inventor, of Washington, D. C, now proposes to do with the movies.

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