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In the present day videophones have become widely available at reasonable cost, although not widely used in everyday communications for a variety of reasons.However, they are particularly useful to the deaf and speech-impaired who can use them with sign language, and are becoming increasingly popular for educational instruction, telemedicine and to those with mobility issues.The name 'videophone' never became as standardized as its earlier counterpart 'telephone', resulting in a variety of names and terms being used worldwide, and even within the same region or country.
The drawing also depicts the use of then-contemporary speaking tubes, by the parents in the foreground and their daughter on the viewing display (1878) Barely two years after the telephone was first patented in the United States in 1876 by Dr.
Alexander Graham Bell, an early concept of a combined videophone and wide-screen television called a telephonoscope was conceptualized in the popular periodicals of the day.
It was also mentioned in various early science fiction works such as Le Vingtième siècle. The electrical life) and other works written by Albert Robida, and was also sketched in various cartoons by George du Maurier as a fictional invention of Thomas Edison.
One such sketch was published on December 9, 1878 in Punch magazine.
New services utilizing videocalling and videoconferencing, such as teachers and psychologists conducting online sessions, personal videocalls to inmates incarcerated in penitentiaries, and videoconferencing to resolve airline engineering issues at maintenance facilities, are being created or evolving on an ongoing basis.