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The Chromatron is a color television cathode ray tube design invented by Nobel prize winner Ernest Lawrence. The Chromatron offered brighter images than conventional color television systems using a shadow mask. The system consisted of a series of thin metal wires or plates placed about ½ an inch behind the phosphor screen. The phosphor covered over 50% of the screen's area, whereas the contemporary shadow masks covered about 25%.