7 June 2004 Hyperacuity on high-resolution and very high resolution displays
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A vernier acuity task was used to compare three electronic displays, a high-resolution CRT, a high-resolution AMLCD, and a very-high-resolution AMLCD. The offset threshold value, approximately 6 seconds arc, was found to be independent of display resolution. The very-high-resolution display had one octave more positional accuracy than the high-resolution displays. This performance difference was readily apparent. To match the image quality of print or photographic reconstruction, a very-high-resolution screen is required.
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James O. Larimer, James O. Larimer, Jennifer Gille, Jennifer Gille, Maureen K. Powers, Maureen K. Powers, Hsien-Chang Liu, Hsien-Chang Liu, } "Hyperacuity on high-resolution and very high resolution displays", Proc. SPIE 5292, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging IX, (7 June 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.532527; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.532527


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