1985

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Perception and use of color displays
A sampling of papers presented at this year's SlD '85 Symposium reflects the growth of Human Factors studies in Information Display technology.

Human factors influence effective use of color
Cover story: A two-stage. opponent-color model was used to interpret the effects of optical and physiological factors on perceived color in information display systems.
By Terry Benzschawel. Vision and Display Technology, T.J. Watson Research Center, IBM, Yorktown Heights, NY.

Large flat color screen displays video/computer images
A large-area color LCD screen, only 0.4-m deep (including frame), has been developed by engineers at Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Tokyo, for displaying information generated either by video or by computer graphics.
By Kikuji Yagishita, Mgr., Systems Planning & Coordination, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Tokyo, Japan.

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