1 September 1971 The Application of Cathode Ray Tubes to Film Recording and Scanning
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Abstract
There exists an ever increasing need for producing information from a machine or putting information into a machine. This information is often in alphanumeric or pictorial form and is created or presented on two-dimensional media such as film. A computer often processes information serially, so a point of light which can at great speed be controlled on a two-dimensional surface in position and intensity, is the desirable characteristic of film recorders and scanners.
Jim E. Wurtz, Jim E. Wurtz, F. John Marshall, F. John Marshall, } "The Application of Cathode Ray Tubes to Film Recording and Scanning," Optical Engineering 9(6), 906186 (1 September 1971). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971558 . Submission:
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