Filters: First Letter Of Last Name is D  [Clear All Filters]
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 
Raytheon Learning Systems Company. Dage-Bell Corporation. Instruction Manual: Television Camera System, Type XRS-20 (Part Numbers 101598 and 101599). Manual Part No. 970129-01.. Michigan City, IN: Raytheon Learning Systems Company., 1967.
Keller, Dwain A.. Instruction Manual for Dynair Model VS-121B Video Switcher-Fader (2 copies); Hum Reduction in Video Systems. San Diego, CA: Dynair Electronics, 1966.
Deleuze, Gilles, and Felix Guattari. The Outside In: Chapter 7, Intensities and Flows.., undated.
Baggaley, Jon, and Steven Duck. Dynamics of Television. London: Gower Press, 1976.
DeWitt, Tom. Pantomation., 1975.
Dowling, Susan. "Ars Electronica - History of the WGBH New Television Workshop." Ars Electronica 1986 Festival f?r Kunst, Technologie und Gesellschaft Catalog (1986).
Datel Systems, Inc. Engineering Product Handbook A/D and D/A Converters. Canton, MA: Datel Systems, Inc., undated.
Davis, Douglas. "Media/Art/Media: Notes Toward a Definition of Form." Arts Magazine 46 (undated).
Herzogenrath, Wulf, and Edith Decker. Video Skulptur: retrospectiv und aktuell 1963-1989. Koln: DuMont, 1989.
DeWitt, Tom. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: The Video Synthesizer by Tom Dewitt., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
D'Agostino, Peter. TeleGuide. and Proposal for QUBE. Long Beach, CA: Long Beach Museum of Art, undated.
Druckrey, Timothy. Ars Electronica: Facing the Future: A Survey of Two Decades (Electronic Culture: History, Theory, and Practice), Edited by Timothy Druckrey. MIT Press, 2001.
dbx model 3BX 3 Band Dynamic Range Enhancer Instruction Manual. Newton, MA: dbx Inc., undated.
DeFanti, Thomas A.. Exhibition of Computer Graphics in Collaboration with the SIGGRAPH '83 Exhibition of Computer Art, Edited by Laurin Herr. Japan: Hakuhodo Incorporated, 1983.
Digital Creations SuperGen 2000s Owner's Manual Version 1.0. Rancho Cordova, CA: Digital Creations, 1989.
Daedalus. "Print Culture and Video Culture." Daedalus Fall (1982).
Duguet, Anne Marie. "The Luminous Image Video Installation." Camera 0bscura, no. 13/14 (1985).
Decter, Joshua. Video Art (Basic Art). Taschen, 2006.
Siegel, Eric. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Eric Siegel: EVS Electronic Video Synthesizer (Analog), 1970, Dual Colorizer (Analog), 1971., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Digital Video Systems Binder for copies of ETC Frame Buffer User Manual includes: "Lightpen Instructions and Specifications" (2 pages), Warranty and Serial Number (shipped 12/22/80), "Cat-100 User's Manual" (24 pages), "Cat-100 Technical Specifications an. Palo Alto, CA: Digital Video Systems, 1977.
Dalto Electronics Corp. Amphicon "200" Video Projector. Norwood, NJ: Dalto Electronics Corp., 1965.
Dzwonkoski, Julia. "Technology Delivers People." The Squealer 15, no. 1 (2004): 16.
Denson Electronic Corp. Flyer 978 S3; 975 S7, 980 J1(2); 978 J1; 977 J1. Ellington, CT: Denson Electronic Corp., undated.
Brown, George. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: George Brown, Video Sequencer (a.k.a. Field Flip/Flop Switcher, with digital control), 1972, Multikeyer (Analog with digital control), 1973., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Drew, Nancy. So There, Orwell 1984, Edited by Nancy Drew. New Orleans: Louisiana World Exposition, 1984.
Davis, Douglas, and Allison Simmons. The New Television: A Public/Private Art, Edited by Douglas Davis. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1977.
Duckler, Marvin. Talking Faces, Eating Time, and Electronic Catharsis. San Francisco, CA: National Center for Experiments in Television at KQED, undated.
Davis, Paul. Experimental Television Center S-100 Bus and Interface. Owego, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1977.
Martin, Nathan, Charles Green, and John Duda. FreeCooperation, Edited by Geert Lovink and Trebor Scholz. Buffalo, NY: Department of Media Study, SUNY at Buffalo, 2004.
Diamond Electronics Model ST-2 Camera System. Lancaster, OH: Diamond Electronics a subsidiary of Babcock and Wilcox, 1968.