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  1. Vide J.O.S.A., Oct.1930 p. 585 and references 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.

1930 (3)

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

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

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

1929 (1)

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.)

1928 (1)

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

J.O.S.A. (4)

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.

Vide J.O.S.A. (1)

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

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Figures (7)

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F. 1

Principle of ridged transmission screen for projecting parallax panoramagrams.

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F. 2

Sections of rod elements used in transmission screen.

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F. 3

Apparatus used in experimental demonstration of relief projection.

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F. 4

Method of making reduced size parallax panoramagram negatives from large diameter lens or mirror.

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F. 5

Method of copying parallax panoramagrams to invert each strip image.

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Reflecting screen composed of convex cylindrical elements for use with pseudoscopic parallax panoramagrams.

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Transmission screens composed of concave cylindrical elements.