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11 October 1973 Photologging Film Processing, Copying, Analyzing An Overview
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Proceedings Volume 0037, New Developments in Optical Instrumentation: A Problem Solving Tool in Highway and Traffic Engineering; (1973) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.953731
Event: New Developments in Optical Instrumentation: A Problem Solving Tool in Highway and Traffic Engineering, 1973, Washington, D.C., United States
Abstract
Photologging is the use of photography, with the intent that a sequential pictorial record will be maintained. The pictorial record will yield an image of an actual situation, which when displayed, can be visually analyzed. This particular use of photography is presently being applied to highways, showing the highway from the driver's eye level. Some typical uses of the highway photolog include: complete visual highway inventory, accident surveillance, roadside rest areas, visual obstructions, contours -- and just about an unlimited number of other useful applications.
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Edward J. Blasko "Photologging Film Processing, Copying, Analyzing An Overview", Proc. SPIE 0037, New Developments in Optical Instrumentation: A Problem Solving Tool in Highway and Traffic Engineering, (11 October 1973); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.953731
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