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  1. Vide J.O.S.A., Oct, 1930, p. 585 and reference therein.
  2. J.O.S.A., Dec, 1928, p. 435.
  3. Another method of making pictures for projection in this manner is to use a battery of many juxtaposed cameras, and to photograph the image displayed on the back of a ridged screen when the negatives made in these cameras are projected from a battery of projectors. (J.O.S.A. Feb. 1929, p. 118.)
  4. J.O.S.A., Nov., 1930.
  5. J.O.S.A., June, 1930, p. 332.

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Vide J.O.S.A., Oct, 1930, p. 585 and reference therein.

J.O.S.A., Dec, 1928, p. 435.

Another method of making pictures for projection in this manner is to use a battery of many juxtaposed cameras, and to photograph the image displayed on the back of a ridged screen when the negatives made in these cameras are projected from a battery of projectors. (J.O.S.A. Feb. 1929, p. 118.)

J.O.S.A., Nov., 1930.

J.O.S.A., June, 1930, p. 332.

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