The Information Display Division was the first non-oscilloscope business at Tektronix managed by Norm Winningstad. Their first products were large screen graphic displays but soon evolved into graphic terminals and dominated the industry. Click on the image to view the PDF.
This June 1969 TekScope features an article by Bob Anderson and Norm Winningstad on the future of Information Display. Click on the image to view the PDF.
Here are some publications regarding IDD products.
Plot-10 was advanced graphing software subroutines written in FORTRAN IV to provide high level device drivers for interfacing to the Tektronix 4010 family of graphic terminals. It was designed to meet the needs in a wide range of problems encountered in business, scientific, and engineering environments to generate a variety of common plots and specialized graphs. It was also the interface layer for other software products offered by Tektronix. This 1971 brochure describes the features and benefits of the Plot-10 software. Click on the image to open the PDF.
This 4014-1/4015-1 brochure was printed actual size. Click on the image to view the PDF.
This 1975 4014 Application Note describes how to use 4014 advanced graphics for inner ear research. Click on the image to view the PDF.
This 1975 4014 Application Note describes how to use 4014 advanced graphics for structural design. Click on the image to view the PDF.
This large format 1978 brochure promotes Tektronix as the best graphics solution in the industry. Click on the image to view the PDF.
Tekniques was an application newsletter for IDD graphic products. This particular issue from Fall of 1982 has articles on the 4010, 4020, 4050, and 4110 series of graphic terminals as well as options and other peripherals.
Here is a scan of a tablet of paper with a very light washout of a graphic showing the price performance range of the Tektronix graphic terminals. We believe this pad is from 1988 as the 4209 was introduced by then and the 4211, replacing the 4111, was introduced the following year. Monarch, at the bottom was the IBM PC add-in card for Tek graphics.