PicturePhone: How Bell Telephone lost a half billion, but nearly created the internet
Bell Labs Picturephone Demo clip
Debut of the First Picturephone (1970) - AT&T Archives
The call was made between New York City and Anaheim, California using a device called Picturephone. It was made in AT&T's Bell Labs. Picturephone consisted of a telephone handset and a small watching TV. It allowed telephone users to see each other in fuzzy video images as they carried on a conversation.
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