Biography:Guillermo González Camarena
Guillermo González Camarena (17 February 1917 – 18 April 1965) was a Mexican electrical engineer who was the inventor of a color-wheel type of color television.
González Camarena was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. He was the youngest of seven siblings, among sculptor Jorge González Camarena.
He died in a car crash in Puebla on April 18, 1965 (at the age of 48), returning from inspecting a television transmitter in Las Lajas, Veracruz.
A field-sequential color television system similar to his Tricolor system was used in NASA's Voyager mission in 1979, to take pictures and video of Jupiter.
There was a Mexican science research and technology group created La Funck Guillermo González Camarena or The Guillermo González Camarena Foundation in 1995 that was beneficial to creative and talented inventors in Mexico.
At the same time, the IPN began construction on the Centro de Propiedad Intelectual "Guillermo González Camarena" (Guillermo González Camarena Intellectual Property Center).
- Patent 2296019 Chromoscopic adapter for television equipment. Google Patents
- The Original Patent For Color Television Explained
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