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↩ 0.    Giphantie - Wikipedia entry
↩ 1a.  Fiftieth Anniversary of First Digital Image Marked
↩ 1b.  Computerhistory - All semiconductor "Solid Circuit" is demonstrated
↩ 1c.  Texas Instrument's portrait of Jack Kilby
↩ 2.    Lally, Eugene F., "Abstract- Mosaic Guidance for Interplanetary Travel". American Rocket Society, February, 1961
↩ 3.    Northeastern Magazine, Winter 2011/2012, p.53
↩ 4.    e-Mail correspondance with Eugene F. Lally
↩ 5a.  History of the Optical Disk on About.com
↩ 5b.  Solid-State Electronics, Vol. 6, Issue 5, September-October 1963, Pages 485-494
↩ 6a.  Wanlass' profile at the University of Utah
↩ 6b.  Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 52, Issue 12, p. 1513-1528
↩ 7a.  Richard F. Lyon 2006: A brief history of 'pixel', IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic Imaging
↩ 7b.  Dr. E. R. Fossum, "Electronic Camera on a Chip", IEEE Special Issue on Solid-State Image Sensors, October 1997 vol. 4410 pp. 1689-1698
↩ 7c.  "A self-scanned solid-state image sensor", Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol.55, Issue 9, p.1591-1602 , Sept. 1967, ISSN 0018-9219
↩ 8.    Patent US3,540,011
↩ 9.    Article from: Laser Focus World
↩ 10.  Datamation, Vol. 16, 1970, p. 193 Cahners Publishing Company, 1970 and Bell System Technical Journal, April 1970, p. 587-593
↩ 11.  Digital Journal: Nobel award to Canadian physicist Willard Boyle disputed
↩ 12.  J. R. Janesick: Scientific Charge Coupled Devices ISBN 0-8194-3698-4
↩ 13.  New Scientist, Vol. 67, No. 960, 31 July 1975, p. 274
↩ 14.  Roger N. Clark's website
↩ 15.  Willis A. Adcock's patent in google docs
↩ 16.  Willis Adcock, an oral history conducted in 2000 by David Morton
↩ 17a.  Popular Science, Nov. 1972, p.30
↩ 17b.  New Scientist,vol. 60, October 1973, p.26
↩ 18a.  Oceans '77 conference record: third annual combined conference, October 17-19, 1977
↩ 18b.  Optoelectronics by Forrest M. Mims, p. 170, 1975 and for info on the MV-100, Popular Science, Nov. 1973
↩ 19a.  Hoagland 1975 papers
↩ 19b.  Autochrome color theory
↩ 20a.  DTIC online technical reports
↩ 20b.  Report No. ED-AX-61 "CCD Photosensor Array Development Program Phase II" for Naval Electronics Systems Command, April 1975
↩ 21.  e-Mail correspondance with Steven Sasson
↩ 22.  CBC News : Digital cameras - a decade of revolutionary pictures
↩ 23.   Rensselaer Alumni Magazine Spring 2010 ISSN 0898-1442
↩ 24.   Kodak Technical Paper "Camera of the Future", 1976
↩ 25.   "Soviet Military Capabilities and Intentions in Space"
↩ 26.   KH-11 KENNAN RECONNAISSANCE IMAGING SPACERAFT
↩ 27.   Fairchild Imaging Systems Final Report "Solid State Television Camera CCD-Buried Channel", December 3rd, 1976
↩ 28.   J. R. Janesick: Scientific Charge Coupled Devices ISBN 0-8194-3698-4
↩ 29.   e-Mail correspondance with Kenneth Kendes
↩ 30.   Creative Names History
↩ 30a.  Post made by an owner on the "The Vintage Computer Forums"
↩ 31a.  University of Calgary - Stephen K. Babey's Thesis "Electro-Optical Sky Photometer"
↩ 31b.  Optical Engineering, 2510, 1149-1154, October 1986 ISSN 0091-3286
↩ 32.   The Evening News, May 10th, 1979, p.88
↩ 33a.  Biologists' First Look at Vent Communities - Galapagos Rift, 1979
↩ 33b.  Marine Technology Society Journal, Vol. 39, No. 3, 2005, p.7-8
↩ 34a.  New Scientist, Vol. 97, No. 1342, January 27th, 1983, p.232
↩ 34b.  British Journal of Photography, Vol. 130, p.138
↩ 35.   Sony History - Development of the CCD "Electronic Eye"
↩ 35a.   Sony Mavica prototype videoplayer"
↩ 36a.   Infoworld, Vol. 5, Issue 47, November 21, 1983, p.87
↩ 36b.   Popular Photography, Oct. 1984, p.48
↩ 37a.   MegaVision 1024XS sales brochure
↩ 37b.   e-Mail correspondance with MegaVision's CEO
↩ 37c.  MegaVision History
↩ 37d.  MegaVision Products
↩ 38.   A High Resolution CCD Camera For Scientific And Industrial Imaging Applications, Proceedings of SPIE vol. 0818, January 1, 1987
↩ 39a.  e-Mail correspondance with Kenneth Parulski
↩ 39b.  Laptop Mag: Gadget Game-Changers
↩ 39c.   Aoshima, Yaichi & Fukushima, Eishi: Case: Casio QV-10 (IIR Case Study, case#12-09, April 1997)
↩ 40a.  e-Mail correspondance with Jim McGarvey
↩ 40b.  The World's First DSLR Cameras - Created by Eastman Kodak Company
↩ 41.   New Scientist, 29 October 1988, No.1636, p.37 and Popular Mechanics, March 1989, vol.166, No.3, p.32
↩ 42.   e-Mail correspondance with Fuji
↩ 43.   e-Mail correspondance with mr. Motokazu Ohkawa
↩ 44.   Otsuka, Kikuo: Digital image transmitter for card camera, Proceedings of SPIE , Volume 1248 1 SPIE - Aug 1, 1990
↩ 45.   Digital Images Direct from Reality: a history by David Welsh
↩ 46.   Dycam website
↩ 47. Infoworld, Vol. 12, Issue 24, June 1990
↩ 48. Good Design Award 1990 King Jim DaVinci DV55
↩ 49. John Henshall's Evolution of the Species article
↩ 50. PC Magazine, Vol 10, number 18, October 1991
↩ 51. Nikonweb's page of the DCS (worth reading!)
↩ 52. Flickr entry of Poynting Products
↩ 53. email correspondance with Michael Belanger
↩ 54. email correspondance with Eric Anderson
↩ 55. email correspondance with Paul Laughton
↩ 56. RCA Broadcast News vol. 131, 1966 / Photo-delectric tape camera systems, a 1968 paper by James D'Arcy
↩ 57. Electrophotography, 3rd edition, 1975 by R.M. Schaffert
↩ 58. Pictures, Pop Bottles and Pills von K. Bradley Paxton, Ph.D., ein absolutes Muss dieses Buch!
↩ 59. Fairchild Imaging Systems - internes Dokument

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