Super-8 Film: A Universal Input to Video Cassette and Television Systems, Part II: Technical Consideration
|Author(s):||Joseph L. Boon|
|Publisher:||Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers|
|Publication Date:||1 October 1971|
|Conference Date:||7 October 1971|
|Page(s):||149 - 158|
In a separate paper published above Eric Yavitz of Kodak's Motion Picture and Education Markets Division presented a story (Fig. 1) of the value of motion pictures in scanning systems which generate sound and picture information in a form ready to be fed into a standard home television receiver or into a telecasting system for reception by standard TV monitors. Mr. Yavitz also pointed out that film generated for this purpose is completely compatible for use in optical projection onto conventional reflection screens or onto rear projection screens, such as those found in education, etc.