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Maintaining the three-dimensional illusion
A valuable body of knowledge exists about 3D perception. Smart designers will exploit this data to enhance the stereoscopic effect of 3D displays.
By Philip Tolin
Display legibility guidelines: a design aid
Characters that are too small can ruin the best display, as any designer knows. But useful legibility data are hard to find and harder to apply.
By Dick Sawyer and Walter T. Talley
Understanding and evaluating a computer graphics display
Display design can be a juggling act, involving tradeoffs among half a dozen critical performance parameters.
By Larry Virgin
Directory of the Display Industry-Supplement
Index to Advertisers