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  1. For a description of this kind of relief picture see J.O.S.A: A Camera for Making Parallax Panoramagrams, 17, #6, December, 1928. Parallax Panoramagrams for Viewing by Reflected Light, 20, #10, October, 1930. Parallax Panoramagrams Made with a Large Diameter Concave Mirror, 20, #11, November, 1930.
  2. F. E. Ives, U. S. Patent 666,424, Jan. 22, 1901.
  3. The Projection of Parallax Panoramagrams. J.O.S.A., 21, (7), 397; July, 1931.
  4. For a discussion of the difficulties encountered in applying the parallax panoramagram principle to motion pictures see Te Problem of Projecting Motion Pictures in Relief, J. of the Soc. of Motion Picture Engineers, to appear shortly.

Ives, F. E.

F. E. Ives, U. S. Patent 666,424, Jan. 22, 1901.

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For a description of this kind of relief picture see J.O.S.A: A Camera for Making Parallax Panoramagrams, 17, #6, December, 1928. Parallax Panoramagrams for Viewing by Reflected Light, 20, #10, October, 1930. Parallax Panoramagrams Made with a Large Diameter Concave Mirror, 20, #11, November, 1930.

F. E. Ives, U. S. Patent 666,424, Jan. 22, 1901.

The Projection of Parallax Panoramagrams. J.O.S.A., 21, (7), 397; July, 1931.

For a discussion of the difficulties encountered in applying the parallax panoramagram principle to motion pictures see Te Problem of Projecting Motion Pictures in Relief, J. of the Soc. of Motion Picture Engineers, to appear shortly.

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