A vector graphic CRT display system

@article{Abend1981AVG,
  title={A vector graphic CRT display system},
  author={U. Abend and H. J. Kunz and J. Wandmacher},
  journal={Behavior Research Methods \& Instrumentation},
  year={1981},
  volume={13},
  pages={46-50}
}
A vector graphic CRT display system for research in visual information processing is described. The vector graphic processor includes a 4K-byte display memory. The processor communicates with the controlling computer via a serial channel. The system is capable of exposure durations below 1 msec, and it allows on-line generation and modification of display files during an experiment. Brightness can be controlled separately for each vector of a picture. A graphic display editor in FORTRAN IV for… 
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