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Application of color-TV microscopy to self-taught optical mineralogy
Journal of Geol. Educ.
  • William I. Rose, Michigan Technological University
  • Craig A Chesner, Michigan Technological University
  • S. D. Doiron, Michigan Technological University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
3-1-1984
Abstract
Eleven 40–60 minute color videocassettes have been produced to supply all the practical and theoretical background for an eleven week optical mineralogy training course. The tapes use extensive down-the-tube microscopy which was produced with a direct color-TV linkage. The TV camera is also used for live laboratory discussions. The tapes greatly relieve the problem of recognition of optical properties and figures and achieve, with rapid transition from diagram to microscopic views, a strong link between simple theory and practice. Interactive computer graphics exercises in three-dimensional crystallography and optical crystallography are being assembled to aid in visualization. The goal is self-taught, self-spaced optical mineralogy.
Publisher's Statement

Publisher's version of record: https://doi.org/10.5408/0022-1368-32.2.92

Citation Information
William I. Rose, Craig A Chesner and S. D. Doiron. "Application of color-TV microscopy to self-taught optical mineralogy" Journal of Geol. Educ. Vol. 32 Iss. 2 (1984) p. 92 - 95
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/william-rose/41/