Information Display January / February 1966 Vol 3, No. 1
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Methodology for the Definition of a Space Vehicle Display System
A methodology is presented for a systems approach to the definition of a display system for space vehicles. Mission objectives and the role of man in the mission are used as the basis for examining display requirements.
By Neil J. Arntz
Two-Color Display System
Two-color display techniques, where two primaries are used to generate a near full spectrum of mix hues, are described in detail. Theoretical background presented includes principles of chromatic adaptation and induced colors.
By John S. Frost
Discusses the side-by-side arrangement of successive sweeps in order to permit immediate interpretation of the time-history of large quantities of data in the intensity-modulated display, and improved signal detection below noise.
By Harold Klipper
A Computer Time-Shared Display
Describes a display system which eliminates repeated loops of display-generating instructions with frame rate independent of quantity of material in the display, retaining light pen detection and capability directly through the display console.
By Stephen B. Gray
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