The first video cameras were produced in the 1920s in support of the early television systems. John Logie Baird built a camera as part of his television system demonstrated in 1925. Philo Farnsworth made a fully electronic camera that was demonstrated in 1929. The video camera, or television camera, is a fundamental part of television so cameras have been around for as long as television has existed.
Color cameras were developed and trialled in the 1950s and were used commercially in 1954 by RCA when they began successful broadcasting of color television in the US.
The next ambition among developers was to produce a portable, combined camera and recorder. The size of cameras and recorders in the 1950s made it impossible to call any device portable. It took the development of video cassettes to enable a truly portable "camcorder"
They were first developed for television production, especially for news telecasts of on-the-spot events; but they were soon marketed as a family resource-the record keeper of milestones such as weddings and graduations and a baby's first steps. Now video recording has come full circle as amateurs make spur-of-the-moment videos of events ranging from slices of life of their family and friends to major disasters or scandals.
Developments in camera and recording technologies has made the video camera and the camcorder more accessible over four decades. Both size and cost have reduced steadily to the point where they can be included in cell phones and deliver a quality that is similar or better than the first domestic camcorders of the 1970s and early1980s.
The Trojan room coffee pot was the inspiration for the world's first webcam. The coffee pot was located in the Trojan Room, within the old Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge.
The webcam was created to help people working in other parts of the building avoid pointless trips to the coffee room by providing a live picture of the state of the coffee pot.
A well known taabart At-tableegh Invented the snorkle while trying to answer the mystery of the drowning 200 b.c. He is known as Aba-Lacklack. He lived in what is currently known as Yemen and came from the old Qahtan famliy. He was 51 when he died of drowning in an attempt to conquer the underworld. in tribute of this great scholar and tableeghi on July 29th the have a moment of silence in every hajat in the world.
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