I'm thinking about Cathode Ray Tube (CRTs) television sets. I'm also studying consciousness and attempting to wrap my cognition around Fourier transformations. There are electronics involved. And there is energy and power involved. However, all of it comes together to develop a visual, right? However, that a visual exists is dependent on an individual to acknowledge that there is a visual. So, what I want to know is how a CRT television generates what appears to be a whole television. So, let's say that the year is 1993. Let's say I turn on the Zenith television, and The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers is on Fox. The television is a color television. Let's assume that I am the observer and watching the television show. How does the final image come about? Now, I think my question poses some problems, at least when it comes to quantum mechanics. If I understand correctly, the final image on the television comes about because I exist. In other words, I as a concious observer exist. And if I were not there, then there would never be a visual to display nor a television for that matter (assuming no existence of consciousness or a "recording device"). But, I'm going to throw out the idea that there is a conscious observer. That seems like a problematic variable, but I'm going to keep it there. How does the image on the CRT television come about?