Thanks Mike (From Spain)
In 1975, the first digital camera weighed 7 pounds, had 0.01 megapixels, and took 23 seconds for the 16 batteries to power a transfer of the image to the tape recorder.
Here’s a promotional video that features RCA Victor’s wireless remote controlled television. From 1961.
A team of designers in Norway have shed some light on the complex web of digital signals that penetrate and surround us by a visual representation of WiFi signals in Oslo. For their ‘Light Painting WiFi’ project, Timo Arnall, Jorn Knutsen, and Einar Sneve Martinussen constructed a four meter tall rod covered in blinking lights. The stronger the WiFi signal around the rod, the higher the blinking lights rise. By taking slow-exposure video footage of the rod, the team captured a one of the many digital signals in our lives.
Thanks Joey (from Sweden)