First Scanning Electron Microscope with high resolution from Manfred von Ardenne 1937.jpg
Shabby Chic Buffet Pippa
Ardenne Fernsehanlage2 world's first TV setup `1930 in Berlin by Manfred Von Ardenne.
Historia de la televisión: -1884: Pual Nipkow y su "disco de Nipkwow" -1930: Las primeras emisiones de televisión -1931: Manfred von Ardenne: sistema de televisión utilizando tubos de rayos catódicos para transmisión y recepción -1937: Televisión electronica
Wall decal in the conference room at Von Ardenne highlights their global presence.
Theodor Fontane's Effie Briest: Elisabeth Baronin von Ardenne
Wall decals at Von Ardenne highlight their technical equipment.
Dr. von Ardenne on Cancer, Inflammation and Oxygen | Dr. Sircus
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Ardenne in 1933-Ardenne achieved his first transmission of television pictures on 24 December 1933, followed by test runs for a public television service in 1934. The world's first electronically scanned television service then started in Berlin in 1935, culminating in the live broadcast of the 1936 Summer Olympic Games from Berlin to public places all over Germany
SOCIO-CULTURAL: During WWII, TV development slowed in the US and the UK. However, The Nazi Party continued to develop the technology. They tried to use TV as a tool for propaganda with limited success. Still, they were the first country to have regular broadcasts and reports on television. The Nazi Party also understood early on that TV could be used to shape people’s expectations about their lives and the world around them.