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Audio Visual Engineering-A New Discipline?

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The information explosion has created the need for engineering, at a professional level, of sophisticated audio-visual communication systems for learning and business information management environments. The theoretical background of audio-visual communications is examined and a basis for a rigorous engineering discipline is suggested. Examples of audio-visual systems developed for industry and some of the new technology developed at Expo '67 are discussed.

JAES Volume 16 Issue 1 pp. 14-17; January 1968
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