Ilg, Johann Georg
Portrait of Johann Georg Ilg, 1771-1836
Johann Georg Ilg, 1771-1836, was the prosector at the Joseph's Academy in Vienna when Bozzini's light conductor was presented there in 1806. He made some improvements to the light conductor and presented the so called "Viennese Model" shortly later.

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Johann Georg Ilg (1781-1836)

Ilg was the prosector of the medico-surgical Joseph's academy when Bozzini's light conductor was demonstrated there in late 1806. Within two months, Ilg presented a technically improved instrument, now know as the "Vienna Modell".

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