Visibility of Displayed Information
Final rept. 10 Dec 1976-31 Dec 1977
RCA LABS PRINCETON NJ
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This report is concerned with the visibility of displayed luminance information, that is, predicting what an observer can see when he views a display. Some of the specific practical problems addressed are When does a change in display modulation transfer become visible. What are the perceptual effects of sampling and a visible raster structure. How does the perceived information vary with display signal-to-noise ratio. What perceptual effect does a change in display luminance have on the perceived information. And, finally, what display conditions are required in order to produce a perceptually perfect displayed image.
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