Otho Fulton

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Dr. Otho Fulton (1868-1938) was an American inventor with a number of inventions in facsimile transmissions, including The Fultograph (1929), an "image reciever". This device made it possible to transmit weather chartes by funk for the first time in the world. It was used briefly in the late 1920s to broadcast images to homes by radio.