Person    | Male  Born 14/8/1888  Died 14/6/1946

John Logie Baird

Categories: Science

Countries: Scotland

Born in "The Lodge" in Helensburgh, near Glasgow. Inventor of mechanical television. Picture of him demonstrating a prototype at Selfridges, 1925. Died in Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex.

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John Logie Baird

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John Logie Baird and TV demonstration

In 1926 in this house John Logie Baird, 1888 - 1946, first demonstrated telev...

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John Logie Baird - IEEE

From The Register: "On the afternoon of 26 January 2017 – exactly 91 years to...

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John Logie Baird - N10

John Logie Baird John (Logie) Baird, the inventor of the first television, wa...

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John Logie Baird NW9 - Plaque

Our picture of the plaque is taken from the NW9 section of the excellent and ...

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John Logie Baird NW9 - Stone

The stone was erected on the base of one of Baird's television masts. Our pic...

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