From the growing field of computer graphics comes the need to combine the computer graphics with video from other sources. Combining video from separate sources creates a problem since both sources are synchronous to each other. The objective of this research report is to present a hardware design approach that will combine two asynchronous video sources to produce one video picture. The combining of two video sources is called “overlaying.” The hardware design described in this report will overlay video from a Digital Equipment Computer PRO-350 with the video from an RS-170 video source. The design approach presented includes system block diagrams and circuit descriptions from a video frame buffer.
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Bauer, Christian S.
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College of Engineering
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Lorenz, Keith E., "Integration of Computer Generated Images with NTSC Video" (1987). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 5061.
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