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NOTES

1 - Low, Colin, Large Screen 3-D: Aesthetic and Technical Considerations. SMPTE Journal, January, 1984, Pages 14-17.

2 - Metallinos, Nikos, Perceptual factors in computerized television. Canadian Journal of Communication, January 1989.

3 - For example: Angus, Bob, Comin' at ya! Video, August 1988, Pages 38, 42-43, 98. Einchenlaub, Jesse, 3-D TV. Video, Pages 50, 82-84. Free, John, 3-D TV. Popular Science, Pages 58-63, 110. Green, Kerry, 3-D video: Another step. Video Systems, August 1983, Pages 24-29. Hunter, D. McConnell, 3-D television has become feasible. MediaScene, November 1987. Symmes, Daniel L., 3-D television. American Cinematographer, December 1982, Pages 1269-1271. Waters, Tom, 3-D comes home. Discover, May 1988, Pages 30-32.

4 - Rosenberger, Gary, 3-D TV. Video Systems, December 1982, Pages 36-38, 47-49.

5 - Collender, Robert B., 3-D TV without glasses using standard TV bandwidth. Holosphere, October 1988, 10(10), Pages 7-8. Borner, Reinhard, 3D TV projection. CIEE, 1987.

6 - Nadan, Op. Cit.

7 - Gannes, Stuart, Computerizing the movies. Discover, August 1984, Pages 74-79.

8 - Burstyn, Op. Cit.

9 - Pribram, Karl., Languages of the Brain. Monterey, California: Brooks/Cole, 1971. Bohm, David, Wholeness and the Implicate Order. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1980.

10 - For example: Alexander, Kent, Holography may see role in television's future. BM/E, 1988, 24(8), Pages 37-38. American Cinematographer, Holographic Motion Picture Systems. American Cinematographer, March 1984, Pages 75-80. Hlynsky, David, Designing holographic TV. Holosphere, 1987, 15(3), Pages 14-16.

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