Zenith engineer Eugene Polley created the “Flash-matic” the first wireless TV remote in 1955. The Flash-matic operated by means of four photocells, one in each corner of the TV screen. The viewer used a directional flashlight to activate the four control functions, which turned the picture and sound on and off, and turned the channel tuner dial clockwise and counter-clockwise. However, the Flash-matic had problems working well on sunny days, when the sunlight sometimes changed channels at random. The improved “Zenith Space Command” remote control went into commercial production in 1956. Zenith engineer, Doctor Robert Adler, designed the Space Command based on ultrasonics. Ultrasonic remote controls remained the dominant design for the next twenty-five years, and as the name suggests they worked using ultrasound waves.
Today’s couch potato has no idea who these men were and doesn’t care. He does care about instant gratification in the form of the ability to jump from the Masters Golf Tournament to his alma mater’s big Saturday championship show down with the tap of a button. Pabst’s Blue Ribbon, chocolate covered pretzels, and Chip and Dip within EZ reach, he is fully loaded to snuggle in with himself for the duration of the afternoon without leaving the couch. Call it Bliss!
Is it “remotely possible” for the golfer to experience such magic? IS a major “Swing Change” POSSIBLE, in 5 minutes or less? Any interest in golf swing that is totally changed, natural, powerful, and the way a classic golf swing should look in 10 to 15 minutes? Possible? Skeptics take notice. The answer is YES!
At the end of the day would you prefer 1). A Sunday afternoon “blown” on the couch or 2). a stunning new golf swing? The choice is in your hands!
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