iconoscope

NOUN
  1. the first practical television-camera for picture pickup; invented in 1923 by Vladimir Kosma Zworykin
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  • During World War II, he developed a camera a hundred times more powerful than the iconoscope, which was the first night-vision camera, called the sniperscope or snooperscope, and he worked on radio-controlled missiles.
  • A little light danced to my heart beat, a wiggly line on an iconoscope display showed my blood pressure's rise and fall, another like it moved with my breathing, and there were several others that I did not understand. The Past Through Tomorrow
  • The basic makeup was green toned with purple lipstick for optimal image transmission by RCA's iconoscope pick up cameras. A MAN MADE FOR THESE PRIME TIMES
  • The i iconoscope tiredness natation automaton a obsessionally and judicial couplet in the preceptor of watermeal and in the trompillo of the rathole. Rational Review
  • This intense radiation would fog the picture on the iconoscope face and literally blind the robot. Tom Swift Jr And His Giant Robot
  • From a 1969 Playboy interview: MCLUHAN: Kennedy was the first TV President because he was the first prominent American politician to ever understand the dynamics and lines of force of the television iconoscope. Thermostat
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