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SWEEPNIK was a device designed by Otto Frisch that used a sweeping laser to follow bubble chamber tracks. It was later used to follow roads as an aid to the digitisation of maps.
There is a good description of SWEEPNIK at Cambridge Physics.
- Cambridge Physics, part of the Cavendish Laboratory Educational Outreach website for schools and the public
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