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Téléphonoscope

The Téléphonoscope is a device mentioned by Albert Robida in his book Le Vingtième siècle. La vie électrique. The Téléphonoscope was a flat screen television display that delivered the latest news 24-hours a day, the latest plays, courses, and teleconferences.

Kârinh passes one when she is traveling to the Passages des Panoramas with Amédée de Croissy 1).

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