A practical new approach to holographic video could also enable 2-D displays with higher resolution and lower power consumption.
WALLACE G. CLAY
A funeral was held on December 7 in Brigham, UT, for Wallace G. Clay, 68, of Ogden, UT, who died on December 4. Dr. Clay was a sponsored research staff member at Lincoln Laboratory for 32 years until his retirement in 1989. He worked as a physicist at Lincoln and at White Sands, NM.
Dr. Clay is survived by his wife, Kaye D. Clay; three daughters, Julie A. of Midvale, UT, Diane Smith of Germantown, MD, and Katie Maerrill of Ogden, UT; two sons, Wallace of Centerville, VA, and William of Indianapolis; two brothers, three sisters and four grandchildren. He was buried in Brigham City Cemetery.
EMORY W. LOWE
A funeral Mass was said on December 31 at St. Malachy's Church in Burlington for Emory W. "Ed" Lowe, 73, of Burlington. He was hired at Lincoln Lab in 1981 and was a Group 12 service staff member when he retired September 30.
He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth M. (a former employee of Lincoln Group 72); three daughters, Nancy Conley of Billerica, Elizabeth Currier of Amherst, NH, and Eileen of West Roxbury; two sons, Edward of Woburn and James of Burlington; two brothers and seven grandchildren. He was buried in Pine-haven Cemetery in Burlington. Donation in his memory may be made to the American Heart Association, 20 Speen St., Framingham, 01701.
A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on January 15, 1997.