25 April 2000 Multiple high-definition digital display designs
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Future display configurations will encompass multiple displays (as well as multiple display technologies within a single display), configured in a manner that allows the displays to be perceived as a single integrated image. Visual display technology is progressing rapidly beyond the traditional capabilities of the early industry display workhorse `the cathode ray tube'. Configuring multiple displays (to perform as a video wall, a high-resolution display monitor or a tiled display) will enhance display performance as well as requiring display designer to perform trade-off to compensate for a specific display technology's limitation. This paper will document and discuss the many of the technology issues that may be optimized for multiple digital display configurations.
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Reginald Daniels, "Multiple high-definition digital display designs", Proc. SPIE 3954, Projection Displays 2000: Sixth in a Series, (25 April 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.383363; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.383363
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