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1885 Paul Gottlieb Nipkow patents the first electromechanical TV system; it’s not workable until 1907. 1891 Thomas Edison patents the idea for the Kinetoscopic camera, which records moving pictures on a strip of film. A lighted box displays the film’s images, eventually called nickelodeons. 1897 Karl Ferdinand Braun invents the CRT. 1922 The first commercially produced CRTs appear; this product will be the dominant technology in TVs and computer monitors for several decades. 1979 Japan designs the first working HDTV system.

If the content providers place HDCP restrictions on all HD video content (as it seems they will), and if Microsoft decides not to include support for HDCP in Vista, end users would be unable to play the content and might criticize Microsoft much more. | white paper Will It Work? Cynics say it doesn’t matter what type of content protection HD video will use; someone will successfully hack it. Most types of current DRM technology have already been hacked very quickly. However, thus far HDCP appears to be the most sophisticated DRM technology ever created.

But who was the first person to use a light source to display a shadow puppet on a wall? Well, we don’t know. But we’ll bet it was an amazing display at the time. Every time individuals came up with new ideas for displaying and projecting images, they helped advance ideas about displays. (OK, the time your grandparents hung a bed sheet on the wall to show you six hours of their vacation slides probably didn’t take display technology forward much. ) Here are some of the interesting advancements in the long history of displays.

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