ID Archive: 1996

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Editorial
Living History
By Kenneth I. Werner

The Display Continuum
The World's First Display Engineer ...
By Aris Silzars

Self-Calibrating Monitors
Calibrating a monitor to obtain "true" color used to be a task for professionals, but smart monitors can now adjust their own color output.
By George Walter

Manufacturing Benefits of Microprocessor-Controlled Monitors
The automated systems used to align microprocessorcontrolled monitors can generate a treasure trove of data - which is being ignored by most manufacturers.
By Craig Ridgely

Basics of Display Color Specification
The numbers on a digital colorimeter look straightforward but they can be misleading unless you understand some color-measurement basics.
By Peter A. Keller

Japan Marathon
In little more than a week in October, the energetic traveler could attend Asia Display, the International Display Workshops, LCD International, and the Japan Electronics Show.
By Ken Werner

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