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Visual Display Units

Author : International Radiation Protection Association. International Non-Ionising Radiation Committee
ISBN : 9221082628
Genre : Medical
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Category: Medical

Visual Merchandising

Author : Swati Bhalla
ISBN : 0070153213
Genre : Display of merchandise
File Size : 62.20 MB
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Category: Display of merchandise

Visual Information Display Systems A Survey

Author : Auerbach Corporation
ISBN : UOM:39015070468254
Genre : Information display systems
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"Visual information display systems connected to computers are fast becoming commonplace. They are found now in stock brokers' offices and schools as well as in jetliner control panels. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration and its contractors have developed and operated display systems of this type that can span nearly the whole spectrum of applications. This survey of computer-related visual information display systems was undertaken for the NASA Office of Technology Utilization so that others may benefit from NASA's experience. The input-output capabilities of human beings, which determine the requirements for such systems, are likely to be much the same outside of the aerospace field as they are within it. This publication is intended especially for middle management personnel in areas in which the potential benefits from such modern technology have not yet been realized. The report describes hardware and software with wide applications and explains the large-scale checkout and control systems used at the John F. Kennedy Space Center, the Marshall Space Flight Center, and the Manned Spacecraft Center. It also reviews findings in the Ames Research Center, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and other government and private laboratories. The reader is introduced to interactive display systems, simulation displays, and image enhancement techniques. Most of the examples cited are from aerospace work, but they were chosen because of their potentially broad utility."--Foreword.
Category: Information display systems

Evaluation Of Several Tv Display Systems For Visual Simulation Of The Landing Approach

Author : Wendell D. Chase
ISBN : UIUC:30112106881854
Genre : Aeronautical instruments
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A study has been conducted to determine the effect of several variations of two types of visual display systems on subjective pilot evaluations and objective measures of performance in the landing approach. Two types of flight approaches were made with either a projector or quasicollimated monitor visual display: (I) the instrument approach, and (2) the visual approach without the normal cockpit instrumentation assistance. The variables examined were color; differences between displays due to quasicollimation of the monitor display; and reduced resolution as related to brightness, contrast, and sharpness. The use of color had two main effects on pilot performance in the landing approach. The touchdown distance and standard deviations increased more for the monitor displays, and the touchdown rates of descent were slightly lower. With quasicollimation, the standard deviations of touchdown distance increased, and the rate-of-descent standard deviations decreased in a direction more favorable with the actual flight data; an association between the standard deviations of rate of descent and touchdown distance suggests that a corresponding decrease in the deviation of rate of descent will be offset with an increase in the deviations of touchdown distance. The time outside the glide-slope error limits was less with the monitor display than with the projector display, and the lateral localizer error was smaller for the projector display because the pilots intercepted the runway center line at a greater distance from the threshold. With reduced resolution, there was a slight change in the touchdown distance and the standard deviation; for the flights made without color, the landings were predominantly to the right of the runway center line with twice the standard deviation. The pilots were more critical of the black and white variation for either display, and favored more use of a color system. Advantages cited for a color system included greater pilot relaxation, decreased fatigue, better picture quality, and more realistic depth perception, particularly with the monitor display. With regard to the reduced-resolution monitor display, the pilots also noted a loss in depth perception and height references, increased visual fatigue, and increased efforts for a reasonable approach in comparison with the projector display. The objective performance measures of the study were reasonably consistent with the pilots' subjective evaluations and comments.
Category: Aeronautical instruments

Visual Merchandising For Fashion

Author : Sarah Bailey
ISBN : 9782940496129
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 34.42 MB
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Examines the various approaches to visual merchandising and retail display, from the initial design process through to product handling and experimentation.
Category: Business & Economics

Visual Merchandising

Author : Louisa Iarocci
ISBN : 1409426971
Genre : Art
File Size : 37.48 MB
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Firmly situated at the crossroads of visual culture and consumerism, this essay collection examines visual merchandising as the art and business of selling, seeking to overcome traditional scholarly ambivalence that celebrates the spectacle but denies the agenda of consumerism. The volume considers strategies in the representation and presentation of retail goods, in terms of the visual interaction that occurs between the commodity and the consumer.
Category: Art

Field Visual Merchandising Strategy

Author : Paul J. Russell
ISBN : 9780749472658
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 57.51 MB
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The retail sales floor has become a battlefield: each brand is fighting for the same customer and wants to ensure their merchandise is on the sales floor, sized, folded, hung and presented properly. Field Visual Merchandising Strategy is a comprehensive guide to developing and executing a national field merchandising strategy, covering key areas such as developing a strategy, how to go about selecting the right merchandising service organization, team training, merchandising standards, planograms, and launching the strategy. Ideal for retail marketers, visual merchandisers, merchandising managers and brand managers, Field Visual Merchandising Strategy uses examples and case studies from a range of shops, from fashion emporia to small outlets, to provide real-world insight on how strategic visual merchandising works.
Category: Business & Economics

Learning In A Synthetic Environment

Author : David M. Johnson
ISBN : MINN:31951D03790473T
Genre : Synthetic training devices
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"Soldiers explored a synthetic representation of an Army heliport under three visual display conditions: (1) wide field of view (FOV) helmet mounted display, (2) narrow FOV helmet mounted display, and (3) stationary, wide screen display. Pretest and posttest measures of spatial knowledge were recorded. Measures of presence in the virtual environment were recorded. Measures of simulator sickness were administered upon exit from the virtual environment and 24 hours later. Overall, soldiers acquired a significant amount of spatial knowledge from the synthetic representation. When transferred to the actual Army heliport, soldiers were able to navigate around the location with near zero errors. There was no effect of visual display on any measures of spatial knowledge. Also, there was no effect of visual display on reported presence or simulator sickness. Simulator sickness was significantly reduced after 24 hours away from the virtual environment. Presence did not correlate with spatial knowledge. Simulator sickness correlated negatively with spatial knowledge. Presence and simulator sickness were negatively correlated."--DTIC.
Category: Synthetic training devices