In just one hour, two Bell Labs scientists had a breakthrough that won the Nobel prize – and changed photography forever
At Bell Labs in 1969, two scientists were told they had to make progress on a key research project or they would lose their funding. After just an hour of work, they had a breakthrough. This was a milestone in the invention of digital photography, one of the most exciting inventions of modern times.
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Former Associated Press photographer and photo editor using his only skill set. Primary instructor at the Westerville Center for Photography.
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