Rose, Albert

Rose, Albert

(1910–90) physicist; born in New York City. He joined the staff at Radio Corporation of America (RCA) in 1935 after getting his Ph.D. from Cornell University. While at RCA he invented the image orthicon television camera tube, first used for military purposes during World War II before becoming the electronic eye for all television cameras. In 1955 he directed research at the RCA laboratory in Zurich, returning in 1957 to the RCA-David Sarnoff Research Center. Widely honored, he authored several books including Vision: Human and Electronic (1974).
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