Chronochrome-Gaumont, the first three-colour process for colour projection.
The Gulf Between, the first film in Technicolor, a system for adding two colours (green and red) through two superimposed filters.
Production of the first X-rays plates by Forbes Dry Plate Co.
Marketing of professional nitrate plates.
Edison's Home Kinetoscope, the first projector to use 22mm Safety Film. It shows 3 rows of images.
Pathé brings out the Pathé Kok, the first complete camera and projector with Safety Film and a new film size, 28mm. The best-selling home movie projector between 1912 and 1922.
Kinora launches a camera that allows the home filmmaker to film scenes that will later be printed on paper (frame by frame) and viewed through Kinora devices.
In a lecture to the Roentgen Society of London, Scottish engineer Alan Archibald Campbell-Swinton presents the concept of electronic television that was to prevail in the 20th century: the cathode ray tube for capturing the image and as the receiver.
Edison makes several talking movies using a kinetophone.
The Original Dixieland Jass Band make the first jazz recording.
The Radio Corporation of America (RCA) is founded.