Sensitized Video Phosphor Motion Perception Display.
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON D C
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The invention pertains generally to radio wave communications and more specifically to systems for distinguishing moving objects. The device provides a sensitized video phosphor motion perception display. The display consists of a phosphorus excitation source such as an ultraviolet light and a raster scanned photo effect source such as a helium neon laser which is modulated by image information. Photons are absorbed by a phosphorescent frequency so as to produce a change in phosphorescent state, and thereby illuminate only those images in motion.
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