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Question 1: The remote — officially called "Lazy Bones" was connected to the ________ set by a wire.
Closed captioningMechanical televisionVideoTelevision

Question 2: Infrared receivers also tend to have a more or less limited operating angle, which mainly depends on the optical characteristics of the ________.
X-rayPhotodiodeDiodeSemiconductor device

Question 3:
Which of the following titles did Remote control have?
Big Band Remotes
Five Decades of Channel Surfing: History of the TV Remote Control
"Remote Control"
Wallaby Team of the Decade

Question 4: In World War I, the ________ employed FL-boats (Fernlenkboote) against coastal shipping.
Derfflinger class battlecruiserMoltke class battlecruiserSMS SeydlitzKaiserliche Marine

Question 5:
When was the Remote control?
June 2009

Question 6: Commonly, remote controls are ________ devices used to issue commands from a distance to televisions or other consumer electronics such as stereo systems, DVD players and dimmers.
MicrocontrollerConsumer IRInfraredLight-emitting diode

Question 7: In 1903, ________ presented the Telekino at the Paris Academy of Science, accompanied by a brief, and making an experimental demonstration.
SpainUnited KingdomCanadaLeonardo Torres y Quevedo

Question 8: The Telekino consisted of a ________ that executed commands transmitted by electromagnetic waves.
RobotHumanoid robotAutomatonRobotics

Question 9: ________ had not used wireless controllers until recently, mainly because of the difficulty involved in playing the game while keeping the infrared transmitter pointed at the console.
Super Nintendo Entertainment SystemAtari 2600WiiVideo game console

Question 10: A remote control is a component of an ________ device, most commonly a television set, used for operating the device wirelessly from a short line-of-sight distance.
ElectronicsElectronic engineeringElectrical engineeringEngineering

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