Abstract

This paper contains an abbreviated account of Bell Laboratories effort in optics in the fields of television and vision. A sampling of work in other optical fields is also included. Laser research is described separately in three papers in the same 1972 November issue of Applied Optics (by R. Kompfner, H. Kogelnik, and J. A. Giordmaine).

© 1972 Optical Society of America

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