The RAND Tablet: A Man-Machine Graphical Communications Device
This Memorandum is a technical desscription of the RAND tablet, a graphical computer input device developed at The RAND Corporation. The RAND tablet is believed to be the first such graphic device that is digital, is relatively low-cost, possesses excellent linearity, and is able to uniquely describe 10 to the sixth power locations in the 10-inch by 10-inch active tablet area.
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- Year: 1964
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