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1950: Arrival of Color Television
After a decade of work, testing, and demonstration, color
television emerged, which got possible by tinting the images.
1960: Satellite Television
Telstar 1, known as the first telecommunications satellite, is
launched into space. Thus satellite television was born. In order
for satellite television to work, the satellite dishes that are still in
use had to be installed.
In the mid 1980s, studies began that would lead to the creation
of digital television after the appearance of family computers.
The development of high-definition television began in the
1990s. In 1997, Plasma technology was implemented to design and
market the first flat panel television. Afterwards, after years of
study, and trial and error, the first 3D TV was officially
launched in 2010. Then in 2012, Smart TVs appeared,
identified as the first Smart TVs capable of connecting
themselves to the internet.
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