That's sheet one of sixteen. I wonder what the rest look like. Philo Farnsworth was the first human being to see his image of himself on a modified oscilloscope. He invented the first T.V. at around 26 years old. He secured a loan in the middle of the depression from a Banker for $25000 dollars, which was around a million today. He got the idea of a scanning electron beam while riding his bicycle by a farmers just planted field, and see all the lines, he though if he could scan lines with an electron beam, he could capture and produce an image, which means he must have produced the camera too. He won the court battle against Westinghouse, who was working unbeknownst to him on the same thing. Westinghouse conceded, and they joined forces . He truly is a great American Hero. My facts my be sketchy, but it's worth reading up on.