“The HRD-1 laser display system” by Woodsford

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    The HRD-1 laser display system



    The Laser-Scan HRD-1 is both a large screen, high resolution interactive storage display and a high quality precision film plotter. It is therefore relevant to both the interactive editing and the production aspects of computer graphics systems, and its characteristics are particularly suited to application areas such as automated cartography, in which large amounts of graphical data have to be displayed and manipulated.


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