Pushing Boundaries

In Technicolor

Color films began appearing in the 1930s, shortly after the talkies. Technicolor created a process that could record “natural color” on the film. They did this by using a three-strip color process. Light entering the camera was split by a prism and recorded on separate film strips which had filters and emulsions sensitive […]

User Input

User Input: The Other End of The Remote

I was going to start with a few fun facts about the history of television, but there are other web sites dedicated to just that and I realized that the history of TV was even more boring than most of what’s on TV today. For that reason, I have […]

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