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When people are forced to experiment with new behaviors, as we did with the videophone during this pandemic, the result can be permanent behavioral changes.
Marketing researchers Steve Schnaars and Cliff Wymbs of Baruch College at the City University of New York theorized why videophones hadn’t taken off decades before in Technological Forecasting and Social Change in 2004.
Several scholars, including Andrew Meade McGee, a historian of technology and society at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, joined for an online panel to discuss the rocky history of the videophone and its 2020 success.
In Metropolis, the 1927 sci-fi silent film, a master of an industrial city in the dystopian future uses four separate dials on a videophone to put a call through.
The way television achieved market dominance kept videophone developers bullish about their technology’s future.
Tom flicked on the videophone and two men appeared on the screen.
Harlan just phoned and said he'd had a call from Washington, asking us to stand by the videophone at one-thirty sharp.
Tom switched on the videophone screen to a private channel to catch the noon news while they ate.Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung|Victor Appleton