I've got all of you beat by 135 years.
Behold the Telephonoscope, a science fiction concept flat screen videophone, published December 9th 1878 as an almanac prediction for 1879.
Showing a long distance big screen videophone call, Wilton Place in UK, calling Ceylon (Sri Slanka).
"EDISON'S TELEPHONOSCOPE (TRANSMITS LIGHT AS WELL AS SOUND).
Every evening, before going to bed, Pater- and Materfamilias set up an electric camera-obscura over their bedroom mantel-piece, and gladden their eyes with the sight of their children at the Antipodes, and converse gaily with them through the wire."
Paterfamilias (in Wilton Place): 'Beatrice, come closer, I want to whisper.'
Beatrice (from Ceylon): 'Yes, Papa dear.'
Paterfamilias: 'Who is that charming young lady playing on Charlie's side?'
Beatrice: 'She's just come over from England, Papa. I'll introduce you to her as soon as the game's over?
Interestingly, the "electric camera obscura" (projector) is exactly the same size and shape as my former Panasonic PT-AE2000U projector, displaying a roughly 21:9 aspect ratio image. After seeing this image, I started to call my home theater "The Telephonoscope Room". Edited by Mark Rejhon - 8/22/13 at 3:58pm