JVC Videosphere

Published: May 16, 2021

The JVC Videosphere is a CRT television model 3240 that was shaped in the form of a UFO space helmet. It was first introduced in 1970 and was sold up until the early-1980s. It was popular for its modern design; the alarm clock base was an option, most units have a plain base. Videospheres were produced in large quantities in white, red, black and orange in the 1970s with a grey colored model also released in the 1980s. The design of the videosphere is said to have been inspired by the film '2001: A Space Odyssey' though the videosphere's shape in itself remains as one of the most iconic examples of the early 1970s design ethos.

JVC Videosphere

The Videosphere in art: TV Buddha is a video sculpture by Nam June Paik first produced in 1974. In the work, a Buddha statue watches an image of itself on a TV screen, a JVC Videosphere. The screen's image is produced by a live video camera trained on the Buddha statue.

JVC Videosphere value and price guide

What's your JVC Videosphere worth in 2021? Here are some recently sold items.

Item Title Date Price
JVC Radio Sakura 1970s Space Age Radio Sakura 1970s Space Age Helmet No 06/2021 $ 559.86
JVC jvc videosphere television Jvc Videosphere Television Works 05/2021 $ 507.40
JVC JVC Space Age Helmet JVC Space Age Helmet Television 04/2021 $ 294.99
JVC JVC Videosphere 3241 Space Age JVC Videosphere 3241 Space Age 04/2021 $ 206.49
JVC HOLD for Kerby JVC Videosphere HOLD For Kerby JVC Videosphere Space 04/2021 $ 295.00
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