What year were TVs invented?

Answer On January 7, 1927, Philo T. Farnsworth applied for his first patent for the television. Farnsworth conceived of the idea for the television when he was only 14. He worked on his invention on his d... Read More »

Top Q&A For: What year were TVs invented

What year were magnets invented?

Magnets were not invented. The first magnets were discovered in the form of a naturally mineral called ferric ferrite in 600 B.C. In 1740, a man named Gowen Knight created the first artificial magn... Read More »

What year were 3D glasses invented?

The original 3D glasses were invented by Wilhelm Rollmann in 1853. The glasses are made with one red lens and one cyan lens. When wearing the 3D glasses and looking at a screen with 3D technology, ... Read More »

What year were trucks invented?

Gottlieb Daimler, who lived in Germany, invented the first motorized truck, which consisted of one reverse speed, a 4 horsepower engine, two forward speeds and a belt drive, in 1896. Originally, on... Read More »

What year were DVDs invented?

The DVD, or digital video disc, was first developed in 1995 by several companies, including Phillips, Sony and Toshiba. In 1996, the first discs and DVD players were available to consumers in store... Read More »