A precision flying spot film digitizer
Jerome A. Russell, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley. Lawrence Radiation Laboratory
University of California Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, 1963 - Flying spot scanners - 10 pages
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BEGIN-SCAN Bubble Chamber buffer store cm or less Coordinate System December 13 detector diameter digital computer controls DIGITIZER Jerome A. G. electronic employee or contractor FENOE film density measurement FILM DIGITIZER Jerome film field Film Measuring film plane Flying Spot Digitizer FLYING SPOT FILM flying-spot image signal IMAGE VIDEO images on transparent input device instantaneous location INTERPOLATION Jerome A. G. Russell l/2 mil Lawrence Radiation Laboratory least count Light Collection light passing LINE DIGITIZING SCALER location measurements Lucite light pipe Mathematics Division Note measurements of images measuring spot microscope objectives modulated light moire fringe mounted opaque image photomultiplier signal picket fence picket-fence POSITION DATA 12 PREAMPLIFIERS PRECISION FLYING SPOT prism Scan-line scanning element scanning lines scanning pitch scanning spot Spark Chamber Film spot enters SPOT FILM DIGITIZER spot of light STAGE MOTOR stage moves stage position stage velocity UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA vacuum platen VELOCITY SERVO CONTROL video signal wheel width