Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 25, 1973 · Page 27
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Edeye.l6ped, in 2fe 'y^arsJefV;!*-? tsearfch by. l^]iyiasWc)fiuf wy fesUtuteof.'rScjinologj'.v'* 5 K: THwiew ia'ieTSia'rri'tiec'' jg;!?- f .';.;..: j .·'··*.; ^^ p *;·'·-" 3 - r - * rtiii r-wH. v jTr-t. ,*·*$$ Had*y«(op- iik'-but'-pf, ^i}iioh S: iScSd on pic^ ·itif jiwsifii'- "'iitowid:;';' ·i'presweniana ^jjiiit .jrjeipircji.-ip|ii .jpaij off; sf'(rf the neW l^y"*ith a r»Wilion4rf ·pic- ,..,, ...itae the r :;rt- tiifefe^eiybig^V^ lhaf (iiliv- ip;iiirJor'iiS'.«Hil : a.n^-^Kr^^^i^^Ti*'^' ( »?-'- r.""!*^^ of: As^li^^MliuW'r.-'tpuies: a l.aser. beam ^^\-i^iO^?^hlM-'si^l,\MS prints .'B»(^;-W-^es;l^''i^ir^ i ^;ii 1 'ij|ci«li}r ; d'evei- [3?? brbadcast o^ied fihaiographic papei .which ailesX;; ^ re^(^u1i^tiW : bhemic;4lB for , processing." .;"'; .The new piclur'e system' was :,'dcveloped at MIT by Dr. William K. Schreiber. He ii a pro- essor associated with I he Research Laboratory of Electronics and he. worked wilh the .. AP Research and Development ·· Department. Gallagher said ihei-develop- tiienl schedule calls for installation of I^aserphoto equipment beginning in 1974 and that · AP "will replace every photo receiver and transmitter now in the United Stales during a pro-. j. the neW. ... ^..y.'vl/sis thaii 1-1000 of a watt of poirer is generated by the. eflttlpinSit is-ffcrfecUy eqUipmttit. 'planS'for the new system were announced Sunday ; ' : "' ; K *'- -\,'is beir^g by The;Assotiated.Press ; in New York. CAP Wirephoto) ·djictipn.;run tailing ap(roxi- '.niateiy two,years." · .* liie APtiMoheered the tfa'ns- niission of-jjiclures by wire in 1935 when if created Wirepholo; Gallagher said, and has since Ihen improved the \ (echnical quality and editorial content of its photo report. :'· He noled that AP staff photographers have won 10 Pulitzer prizesj-more than any.other news organization, and a host of other internationally recognized awards. He said photo contributions , by newspaper members of' the cooperative added to Ihe editorial content. However, he said, with the 'growth iil offset printing and a subsequent demand for improved pliolo reproductive quality the AP Board ofjDirectors commissioned Ihe search for "a complele new system, embracing completely iiew. concepts" of. transmitting pictures by Wire. ;'.··. . ; The two..principal current methods of receiving .news- photos by wire are Photofax, which uses an electrolytic reproduction method, and Automatic Wirephoto, which uses a stabilization photographic method. , . Schreiber said the electrolytic' method gives relatively poor definitions and inadequate gray scales. The stabilization method gives a better quality picture but at a high cost and the chemical solutions us6i ' produce a serious maintenance problem. ^chreiber, said he also examined the electrostatic method -the principle used in office copier equipment -- and found it had a poor reliability record. This system produces a picture by first depositing .on paper Wherl the^prdcess Is.not'.'qjp 1 ' sisient, q^lily. sufferS,5. : /;:i v ' ' - ' to Expose iiry[:iilyer paper iNp cHemicali art used and tftete is no quality drift. The dry. silver paper is processed byfli«Bt.*x-- posure. .. .-..,.' -'. TX.'fej The laser beam is a. special kind of light source in which Ihe ..light '.emerges iii.iji^Vejy · . harrovv concentrated Beam. The .laser used -Viir AP ' equipment generates-iels than 1-1000 watt of power, which rhakes .it; per-, fectlysafe. .'3.*' ./ .High;power lasers arel : 'iised, extensively in ^ s.urveying|since the laser beam tf avels^aHbiig 'a . perfe^;tly ; lraight iine^Wsers are valuaBle to, photo receivers' because'th'S'iiglit beam is small and concentrated: .'-%.-..,.· After the laser' expoafei 1 the 1 specially treated papsr-j^tored- in a 500-foot capacity casette.' inside the Laserphoto.receiver, · the paper is developed in a' heated roller processor.-It.theh' .is automatically cut ' - a n d stacked. . . , . - . . - . , . '$,-;·'{"· NoliquKich'ernicalsare.i:ised and the laser tube ned .'be changed by AP technicians abbut, every two years. ..,..··· . The new photo transmitter: developed;. by .'AP does- not|e- g'liire 'wrapping a print around a' drum. Pho^graph'e'es; will *e able to dijop a-'picture irrt'o tKe machine and" then leave^pr.in' other assignment: rathe£ than having to stand by the' hi'icMhe waiting to transmit. .-. · The AP. said that, ^ssoori.is all members are ftqulppfed-with ,.'riewrtceiVpj:«ind t itHSre ripliic ."ikfft'niatioh" in i picture, witH.^rtulting im : .,.._w*teh't ih \hSial -scale, shirpness and resolution. . '?;-Thi AP Lasirprfpto future im also calls for comput; flritf, editing ,of., itos/efectronic retouching of photographs on a cathode ray tube, photo, transmission at high speed a'nd. the. use of less (AP) -- Paul' , chairman /and chief eir e pf T h * G * nnel ' Co., was chairman^f The As- ''jo'ciated Press : at ;;t"he AP.an- -mal meeting tdayv,;;. · ' · ' . . . '.. Elected first- vice, chairman' was D", Tenna'ni :: Bryan "'of 'the Rjchmind, Va'.; NewSylcader . ^^i-Tfrhes-Displatch. He was replaced as second vice chairmari: by Martin S. Hayden of , the Detroit, Mich., ; Mews and Sunday News! . . . "· Officers are elected for one- year terms. ' · . . · · ' ' . l;B es iais the : .offlceft, other numbers of 'the/hew, executive ·committete ·;· are ...James ;.L. '.knight, Miarni, Fla. Herald; o.tjs'Ghandler, Los Angeles, Ca- -|jf';,- Jimes; ftichard G. Steele, Worcester, Mass.'i £ Telegram ind Sunday .'Telegram, arid jJScitTarver, Atlanta, Ga-; Con' ' ' . . H#he;i *lk)*iifg"-: Individuals 1 ^re appointed to the board's finance committee: J. Kelly Sijk, 'Greenville, S.C., Pied- mdnt, who is chairman ; James S.^piey, .San. 'Diego;; .Calif., ·« and more stable .dig- communications networks y';beini created by ATttfvt, P IJlserphoto on digital fitlhjcsibn -lines will deliver pictures perhaps four limes : fas- ter^th'ah at the present tjfne. Thit means AP members;pn digital Circuits will receive.a Standard 8 x 10 photograph in two minutes. ...\i '..Noise on circuits now infuse often detracts from the quality 'of''photographs being -transmitted. Digital networks pr.pm- ise transmission free from such noise interference. ,·;., chairman ' :Uniph; John Cowles Jr.,'Minneapolis, Minn., Tribune; Thprnas Vail, Cleveland, Ohio, Plain Dealer, and JM. McClelland Jr., Longview, .-Wash'.',-.'Daily News. :" · The membership on Monday ·rejected Frank Batten of the ,'M6rf6lk, Va., Ledger-Star cha'ir- rnari of the nominating committee. Three other newspaper executives were also electe'd-tn two-year terms on Ihe t'orh- mittee. They were: '·'··' . K. Prescotl Low, Quili'iy, Mass., Patriot Ledger; Daniel J. Mahoney Jr., Dayton, Oh'io, Daily News, and Elberl H. Bak- .er 11, Tacoma, Wash., News Tribune and Sunday Ledger/ Dorfance D. Koderick of the El Paso, Tex., Times is : 'She committee's secretary. He a'nd -three others are beginning 1 the second half of their term. ,-...Hugh B. Patterson Jr., of ihe 1 L'ittle Kock, Ark., Gazelle, was elected a new member of the auditing committee, representing the southern division. Three other members have served previously. !. ; - · PICTORfe' ; ,lSbttlr^3j£^^ and then AVnong change's in Afi!Sfe£pj«iiiplans' for 'f'ecrop'and retransmit fiif photos by using a the future are cdmputerirMSgS of pictures and cUrser on the electfdnic'board, lower right, iediting via cathode ray:, fiibt 1 'screens and Captions can also fie rewritten without electronic cursors. Editors will be able to view rehandling the photo in a traditioriaf darkroom. w ^T. ; *jt^ - SIGNAL FROM WIRE, ' HEAT PROCESSOR wu mi*9\plJIH\i} * * / oir»» fmuMfpi^nMir -|««nrv» . t -t.~ r »-j--. .~ hii' X'ssoclaldd ihcn subjected tfi: he**-' and is developed, n »· producing a glossy'·; photograph. (A p '* ;wircphbto vi p-^-·:. ^-i; 1 ,."';·-·. · v "^--^r^^.^^^, .1 AT A *20 SAVINGS A "sleefe'lb.'5'fjeed lightweight bike with center pull es;a'n'd Safety IfeVers. Rat-trap pedals for that .grip. Vinyl taped, handlebars, derailleur smodth shifting and bright enamel finish complete this spring bike sale bargain. 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