Television eyeglasses, 1963 - Hugo Gernsback, noted inventor, author, publisher, futurist and the creator of the modern science fiction genre wears a TV visor mock-up to illustrate something he thought would be invented in the coming years. Looks bonkers but he was right - you can buy video goggles today. Google Glasses, Old Schools, Vintage Photographers, Life Magazines, For The Future, Science Fiction, Tvglass, Tv Glasses, Googleglass
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LOL, these were my favorite toys to play with when I was little! I would create homes for them with the Fisher Price house and furniture along with those blocks that came in a blue square, orange cylinders, yellow have moon rectangles and red retangle blocks! I would love to have them today!!!
Since my mother worked a lot my sister and I got to watch our fair share of tv shows. Because of this I feel like our gender is represented in some of what television has told us. We enjoyed our Disney channel, our sports channels, but a lot of criminal shows, Our ideals of beauty were the commercials we saw, the way female actresses were portrayed, etc.
Small Wonder -- TV Show from '80s. I knew this sitcom about a regular family with a secret robot daughter, wasn't merely a figment of my overactive, pre-adolescent imagination!
Born in 1948. I saw my first TV at 5. in 1953. I can still remember the surprise wondering how they did that? Lol