ID Archive: 1966

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Holography and Display
Evaluates the innovation of "holography," or coherent optical recording, as a revolutionary new development in the field of ID, and assesses its probable importance in this expanding field. The author emphasizes usefulness is dependent upon designer's knowledge.
By Jerald V. Parker

Scanning Techniques with Light Beams
Surveys and provides a technical analysis of means for optical deflection of light beams, which can be used for small or large screen displays similar to electron beam magnetic or electrostatic deflection. Methods discussed are known and available.
By G. T. Nagy

The Perception of Flicker in Cathode Ray Tube Displays
Describes experiments in which it was determined that the cff of a phosphor-human system is reduced substantially below the cff of a human by phosphor persistence; and that the relative ability of phosphors to reduce flicker can be predicted.
By Rodger Elmo Turnage, Jr.

A Computer Time-Shared Display
Describes a display system which eliminates repeated loops of display-generating instructions with frame rate independent of quantity of material in the d isplay, retaining light pen detection and capability directly through the display console.
By Stephen B. Gray

PRESIDENT'S EDITORIAL

EW SID FELLOWS NAMED

NEW NATIONAL SID OFFICERS

SANTA MONICA SEMINAR REVIEWED

NEW ID LITERATURE

ON THE MOVE

ID READOUT

ID CORRESPONDENCE

ID AUTHORS

NEW ID PRODUCTS

SID SUSTAINING MEMBERS

ID ADVERTISERS