Grad. School of Library Science, Rutgers University New Brunswick NJ, 1960; 205 pages, index.
Condition: Very Good maroon hardcover, no dustjacket, title in black on spine; ex-Franklin Institute bookplate inside front cover. Some rubbing to spine ends and corners. The binding is secure and sound, the pages clean, unmarked.
Categories: 1960's computers and computing, Computer Graphics, Computer Music, Computer Graphics, Computers and Society, General Histories and References, Hardware, Human-Computer Interaction, Programming and Programming Languages, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, Conference Proceedings, Word Processing, Data Processing
Item DescriptionTruly this summary shows that of making many micro-image reading gadgets there is no end... (from the first paragraph)
History and technology of micro-writing and image readers covers up to 1960; covers summary and evaluation, chronological summary, topical summary, references and index. Covers microreaders and microfilm devices, projectors and lenses, Filmograph, Graphlex, Burroughs, the Memex, documat reader, Kodak miniature and enlarger, Microcard, library film reader, Remington Rand Film-a-Record, and many more.