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Tex Avery's interactive television bring us the future of the world of entertainment to our homes
This interesting design, produced by the brilliant Tex Avery in 1953, demonstrates the precariousness of television technology of those times, but she continues to hit on some of his predictions ...
The cartoon brings us on a tour of the possibilities of interactive television, incorporating TV in hobbies and pastimes, such as fishing or playing bridge. It also brings a great representation of the power that technology has to provoke the imagination and the ability to improve human existence.
Today, we can also use your imagination to foresee the future a TV where you can be able to recognize the viewer and choose, automatically, the TV shows you want, where we can interact with the TV, and who knows, the TV can also to interact with us! Just wait and see.
While none of these creative ideas really exist today without the help of a video game console, it shows that, already in the 1950s, people could use their imagination and see what television was to be an integral part of their lives.