28 June 2001 Display design as the synthesis of ergonomic and engineering studies
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Proceedings Volume 4511, Advanced Display Technologies: Basic Studies of Problems in Information Display (FLOWERS 2000); (2001) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.431287
Event: Advanced Display Technologies: Basic Studies of Problems in Information Display (FLOWERS'2000), 2000, Moscow, Russian Federation
Abstract
This paper describes a part of a developed and practically validated method for display designing and display performance evaluating. This method provides optimum conditions for the information perception by operators and computerization the display design. It allows general ergonomic and engineering parameters of equipment and operating conditions to be taken into account. This method is based on the synthesis of light-engineering, informational, circuit-engineering and system-engineering research. The results of experimental appraisal and practical implementation of computational method sin display designing are discussed.
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Igor Litvak, Igor Litvak, Konstantin A. Bogachov, Konstantin A. Bogachov, Denis V. Fel'dman, Denis V. Fel'dman, Eugene A. Naumov, Eugene A. Naumov, Alexander Y. Terent'ev, Alexander Y. Terent'ev, Sergey M. Shatalov, Sergey M. Shatalov, } "Display design as the synthesis of ergonomic and engineering studies", Proc. SPIE 4511, Advanced Display Technologies: Basic Studies of Problems in Information Display (FLOWERS 2000), (28 June 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.431287; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.431287
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