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You Might Be a Display Metrologist If ...
By Stephen P. Atwood
Display Metrology: What Is It (Good for)?
By Michael E. Becker
The Business of Displays
Evolving the LCD Marketplace
By Sang Soo Kim
By Edward F. Kelley
Introducing the International Committee for Display Metrology (ICDM)
The International Committee for Display Metrology (ICDM), the first standards-development committee within SID, is preparing a metrology standard for practical and relevant measurement methods for the complete evaluation of displays. This article details the efforts and goals of the ICDM.
By Joe Miseli
Simulating LCD Moving-Image Representation and Perception
In order to conquer the issue of motion blur, it is important that a model be developed that simulates and visualizes the performance of an LCD screen together with the perception of the viewer. In this article, such a model - based on an earlier model used to predict PDP performance - is proposed.
By Carsten Dolar
Measuring and Rating Electro-Optical Display Performance
From the moment that LCDs were introduced in the 1970s, display metrologists have worked hard to develop systems to accurately measure their performance, a constantly evolving process. This article details the history of those efforts as well as the current state of the art.
By Jürgen Laur
SID Heads to Los Angeles for Display Week 2008
Without the display industry, there would be no Hollywood, so it makes perfect sense for Display Week 2008 to take place in the entertainment capital of the world. Here is a guide to what to do and see in Los Angeles when not at Display Week 2008.
By Jessica Quandt
Journal of the SID Preview
Selected papers appearing in the February 2008 issue of the Journal of the SID are previewed.
By Aris Silzars