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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
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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
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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

Handbook Of Visual Display Technology

Author : Janglin Chen
ISBN : 331914345X
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The second Edition of this remarkable Handbook offers readers a comprehensive overview of the science and technology of visual displays and the economic and human interface factors associated with the displays industry. Unique in the displays field, the Handbook serves as a single reference source with expert contributions from over 150 international display professionals and academic researchers. The Handbook contains extensive coverage of established and emerging display technologies, with discussion of physical principles, materials science and processing, device technologies and particular areas of application. The wide-ranging content also encompasses the fundamental science of light and vision, image acquisition and manipulation, display materials and processing techniques, TFTs, display driving and metrology. Prominence is given to liquid crystal displays, with later chapters devoted to emerging technologies including flexible displays, electrophoretic, electrowetting and electrofluidic displays and MEMS-based displays. Other sections consider 3D display solutions, projection systems and head-worn displays. Updated and extended throughout, major changes in the 2nd Edition include: • Significantly expanded section on touch and human-computer interaction • Reworked and updated chapters on OLEDs • Revised and extended coverage of mobile display technologies “ engineering or science library can be without this book. It will be an asset for all companies engaged in display and display-related business.” – extract from the Foreword of the 1st Edition by Dr M Anandan, President, Society for Information Display.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Visual Merchandising

Author : Louisa Iarocci
ISBN : 9781351537452
Genre : Art
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Situated at the crossroads of visual culture and consumerism, this essay collection examines visual merchandising as both a business and an art. It seeks to challenge that scholarly ambivalence that often celebrates the spectacle but denies the agenda of consumerism. The volume considers strategies in the imaging of selling from the mid nineteenth century to the present, in terms of the visual interaction that occurs between the commodity and the consumer and between body and space. Under the categories of Promotion, Product and Place, contributors to the volume examine the strategies in the presentation of retail goods and environments that range from print advertising to product design to store display and architecture. Visual Merchandising: The Image of Selling is located directly at the nexus of business practice and cultural myth, where the spectator never loses sight of their status as buyer and the object of desire is always still a commodity.
Category: Art

Field Visual Merchandising Strategy

Author : Paul J. Russell
ISBN : 9780749472658
Genre : Business & Economics
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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

Cases On Teaching Critical Thinking Through Visual Representation Strategies

Author : Shedletsky, Leonard J.
ISBN : 9781466658172
Genre : Education
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One of the most important aspects of a comprehensive education involves teaching students to analyze arguments and form their own opinions based on available information. Visual and graphical mapping strategies are useful in helping students to consider problems from a variety of perspectives. Cases on Teaching Critical Thinking through Visual Representation Strategies brings together research from scholars and professionals in the field of education to provide new insights into the use of visual aids for student development in reasoning and critical thinking. This essential reference source will enable academics, researchers, and practitioners in fields such as education, business, and technology to more effectively foster students’ critical thinking skills.
Category: Education

On Display Visual Politics Material Culture And Education

Author : Karin Priem
ISBN : 9783830984696
Genre : History
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This book focuses on one of the most successful photography exhibitions in history, The Family of Man. With The Family of Man as its reference point, this collection of essays takes a closer look at visual and material objects. It examines their relevance for educational issues and exhibition designs. We understand these issues in their broadest sense to encompass processes of citizenship and identity formation and the adoption and/or preservation of ethical and political values with effects that range from the micro to the macro, from the national to the international level. The overall hypothesis of this volume is that images, objects and designs were created and employed as performers and performances that interacted with and attracted mass audiences. This book not only looks at how the presentational, representational and social power of images, objects and designs was deliberately used by political and cultural stakeholders during the mid-1950s, but also how these technologies of display travelled through time and space and, as historical objects, interacted-and continue to interact-with new contexts and audiences.
Category: History

The Visual Display Of Quantitative Information Paperback

Author : Edward R. Tufte
ISBN : 1930824130
Genre :
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Paperback edition of Edward Tufte's classic book on statistical charts, graphs, and tables, The Visual Display of Quantitative Information. "Best 100 books of the 20th Century."

Culture Heritage And Representation

Author : Emma Waterton
ISBN : 075467598X
Genre : Social Science
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Drawing on a global range of case studies, this edited collection is the first to explore the production, use, and consumption of visual imagery as an integral part of heritage, weaving together complex understandings of the 'visual' from a wide range of disciplines. The book provides a comprehensive overview of the theoretical and methodological tools necessary for understanding visual imagery within its cultural context.
Category: Social Science

Visual Display

Author : Lynne Cooke
ISBN : 1565844955
Genre : Philosophy
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A "highly recommended" (Library Journal) examination of how cultural differences are implicit within visual forms. Discussions in Contemporary Culture is an award-winning series copublished with the Dia Center for the Arts in New York City. These volumes offer rich and timely discourses on a broad range of cultural issues and critical theory. The collection covers topics from urban planning to popular culture and literature, and continually attracts a wide and dedicated readership.
Category: Philosophy

Encyclopedia Of Microcomputers

Author : Allen Kent
ISBN : 0824727177
Genre : Computers
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Truth Maintenance Systems to Visual Display Quality
Category: Computers