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Optics in Entertainment
Editor(s): Chris S. Outwater

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Volume Number: 0391
Date Published: 4 October 1983

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Photographic Holography
Author(s): Stephen A. Benton
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Review Of Colour Holography
Author(s): Kaveh Bazargan
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Mass Produced Holograms For The Entertainment Industry
Author(s): Stephen P. McGrew
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Psychophysical Assessment Of Depth In Holographic Images
Author(s): Allan H. Frey; Randal D. Frey
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The History Of Stereoscopy In Art, Science And Entertainment.
Author(s): Lee Parker
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3-D Television Without Glasses: On Standard Bandwidth
Author(s): Robert B. Collender
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White-Light Transmission Color Holographic Imaging
Author(s): F. T. S. Yu; G. Gerhart
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Optics And Entertainment
Author(s): Alexander Schure
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Application Of Computer Simulation To The Entertainment Industry
Author(s): Phillip S. Mittelman
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Special Purpose Hardware For 3D Computer Animation
Author(s): David Eccles; John Robinson
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Real Time Computer Graphics From Body Motion
Author(s): Scott Fisher; Ann Marion
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Digital Computer And Laser Scanning
Author(s): Seiji Inatsugu
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Real Time Terrain Image Generation
Author(s): J.William Weber
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Cost Effective Methodology For Developing A 360-Degree Interactive Motion Picture
Author(s): Sean Amour
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A New Anamorphic Lens Design For Motion Picture Special Effects
Author(s): Michael Bolles; David Grafton; Jerry Jeffress; Kris Brown
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A 360 Degree Camera And Projection System
Author(s): Milton Laikin
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Unique Optical Illusions From A Magician's Perspective
Author(s): Ken Rosenthal
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Multi-Head Very High Power Strobe System For Motion Picture Special Effects
Author(s): P. A. Lovoi; Michael L. Fink
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Future Of Visual Entertainment
Author(s): Ivan Dryer
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A New 360° Panoramic Motion Picture Camera
Author(s): Robert L. Woltz
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