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  • The Zenith Radio Corporation created the very first television remote control in 1950 called "Lazy Bone." The Lazy Bone could turn a television on and off, and change channels. However, it was not a wireless remote control. The Lazy Bone remote control was attached to the television by a bulky cable.

    Renowned Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla created one of the world's first wireless remote controls, which he unveiled at Madison Square Garden in New York City in 1898. He called his fledgling system, which could be used to control a range of mechanical contraptions, a "teleautomaton." For his demonstration, Tesla employed a miniature boat controlled by waves. The boat had a small metal antenna that could receive exactly one radio frequency.

  • Renowned Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla created one of the world's first wireless remote controls, which he unveiled at Madison Square Garden in New York City in 1898. He called his fledgling system, which could be used to control a range of mechanical contraptions, a "teleautomaton." For his demonstration, Tesla employed a miniature boat controlled by waves. The boat had a small metal antenna that could receive exactly one radio frequency.

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  • The inventor Nikola Tesla developed the world’s first remote controlled device and first showed it to the public 1898. Tesla described his remote controlled vessel as the first “teleautomation”, the first of many robots humankind would see. He patented the invention as the first device anywhere for wireless remote control. The boat he developed as the first model responded to radio signals and was powered with an internal battery. It was unveiled at Madison Square Garden in New York City to an impressed crowd of potential investors. This was the first of many robots the world would later see and some say it should be attributed as the birth of robotics. As it happens often with great inventors, this remote control device was so far ahead of its time that those who first saw it could not imagine its wide range of practical applications.

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The first WIRELESS remote control, which used a beam of light aimed at one ofthe sensors on the four corners of the picture tube, was the Zenith "Flash-matic",released in late 1955, as a built-in, (non-accessory) feature for several 1956Zenith models. With this wonderful device you were now able to: