I recently stumbled upon and loved this presentation by Yoram Bresler entitled The Invention of Compressive Sensing and Recent Results: - From Spectrum-Blind Sampling and Image Compression on the Fly to New Solutions with Realistic Performance Guarantees
I very much liked part 1 which ought to be added to the current historical record that I have seen so far (mostly Geophysics in the 1960s and so on). I also think another part of the story is not told in the realm of compressive imaging such as the hardware development by David Brady and others. Here are some "morceaux choisis"
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