The big and bulky old-style TVs

Television is a three-section development: the TV camera that transforms an image and sound into a sign; the TV transmitter that sends the sign through the air; and the TV beneficiary (the TV set in your home) that catches the sign and transforms it once again into picture and sound. Television makes moving pictures by over and over catching still pictures and displaying these casings to your eyes so rapidly that they appear to move. Consider TV an electronic flick-book. The pictures are flashing on the screen so quickly that they combine in your cerebrum to make a moving picture (truly, however they’re actually heaps of still pictures showed in a steady progression). 

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