Information Display March / April 1968 Vol. 5 No. 2
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28 HOLOGRAMS AS DISPLAYS
Defines possible applications of holograms, as they now exist, to displays.
By B. P. Hildebrand
35 A FLEXIBLE COMPUTER GRAPHIC SYSTEM FOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
A man-machine communication system for computer production of graphic displays for use in design is described.
By Roger C. Wood and Philip Hendren
41 THE DISTRIBUTION OF ILLUMINATION
Distribution of illumination between working surfaces and display surfaces where excess illumination reduces contrast is investigated.
By A. C. Stocker
44 JTM-CRT MEANS OF SETTING PRINTERS TYPE ELECTRONICALLY
Describes a CRT which is designed to store printers' type font, select series of type and control type size and display.
By Joseph T. McNaney
46 CHARACTER FONT DESIGN ON A GRAPHIC DISPLAY
An experimental program written for the IBM 2250 display unit to assist in design and evaluation of character fonts for use on CRT displays is discussed.
By J. Bruce Damerall
55 THE IMAGE DISSECTOR CAMERA, A NEW APPROACH TO SPACECRAFT SENSORS
Discussion of the image dissector tube, a non-storing scanned detector, and the two cameras developed for spacecraft use utilizing the capabilities of the tube.
By Gilbert A. Branchilower and Edward W. Koenig
61 NEW SECURITY ALARM TELEPHONE SYSTEM PROVIDES TOTAL PRISON COMMUNICATIONS
Discusses the Security Alarm System in the Maryland Correctional Institution.
By Vernon L. Pepersack
26 EDITORIAL: Philip P. Damon discusses SID membership
66 INFO '68: planning report
68 SJCC meets in Atlantic City
70 SID ACTIVITIES: local and national news
72 READOUT: display industry news
76 SID membership application
77 BUSINESS NEWS
79 SUSTAINING MEMBERS
80 NEW PRODUCTS: innovations from many firms
87 ON THE MOVE: people - their appointments, promotions
89 NEW LITERATURE: data available on items and ideas
95 ADVERTISERS' INDEX: for finding them quickly