wants to teach you the history of electronics while you can stay awake long enough to sit through boring lessons. Through him the company five animated videos about inventions that have shaped society. Considering the first episode, they can also be classified as sleeping pills.
The series premiere delves into the history of telecommunications, starting with how it paved the way for the latest innovations like smartphones, 3G, 4G and (will you believe it?). However, the tone and narration are dry in the Atacama Desert. Even the name of the series evokes melatonin: “The story of the electronics industry that changed the world.”
There is no denying the importance of Morse code, including how it helped save the lives of many who were able to send emergency messages when they were in danger. But Samsung could have presented this story in a much more interesting way. Be that as it may, the episode is educational in nature. But if you’re going to create a video in which “some aspects have been invented,” at least make it fun.
Upcoming issues will touch on the TV by John Logie Byrd, the inventor of the Alexander Graham Bell telephone, the James Harrison refrigerator, William Shockley and semiconductors. They might be more convincing, but it’s hard to imagine someone excitedly sending a telegram to a friend about this.
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