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A detailed model of a 1955 Zenith Flashmatic TV
Color Maps and Bump Maps are provided. Textures are 2048 x 2048 resolution. Original .psd of the said textures are also included.
Zenith is, perhaps, best known for the first practical wireless TV remote control, the Space Command, developed in 1956. The original TV remote control was a wired version, released in 1950, that soon attracted complaints about an unsightly length of cable from the viewer's chair to the TV set. Cmdr. Eugene F. McDonald, Zenith President and Founder, ordered his engineers to develop a wireless version, but the use of radio waves was soon discounted due to poor interference rejection inherent in 1950s radio receivers. The 1955 Flash-Matic remote system used a highly directional photo flash tube in the hand held unit that was aimed at sensitive photoreceivers in the four front corners of the TV cabinet. However, bright sunlight falling on the TV was found to activate the controls.