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1727 __ The first photocopies
Johann Heinrich Schulze (1687-1744)
Comment : Searching for the Balduinist fluorescenting phosphor (Balduinischer Leuchtphosphor), an artificial fluorescent, Johann Heinrich Schulze realized the first photocopies, but did not put them into practical use. The first optical photocopier was not patented before 1843, when William Henry Fox Talbot got granted a patent for his magnifying apparatus. In 1847 Frederick Collier Bakewell developed a procedure for telecopying, a forerunner of the fax machine. Yet it was not before 1902 that images could be transmitted. Almost 200 years after Schulze's discovery, for the first time photo telegraphy was offered as a telecommunication service in Germany in 1922. (World-Information.Org, Unesco)
Urls : http://world-information.org/wio/infostructure/100437611796/100438659771/?ic=100446325088 (last visited )

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