Taxonomic Transformations of Visual Media Selections into Display Specification
Final rept. Apr 1989-Jan 1990
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA ORLANDO
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This research examined relationships between characteristics of visual stimuli and learning as a first step in developing decision support systems to help estimate visual fidelity requirements for device based training. On the basis of reviews of psychophysical and other literature, the authors concluded that little is known about the relationships between characteristics of visual stimuli and learning. An experimental decision support system was nevertheless developed, with critical gaps in essential data as noted in this report. Information in this report may be helpful in estimating visual display parameters. Examining the quality of the estimates will require validation research that, because of the time and cost constraints in training device development, is unlikely to be feasible.
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