Tag Archives: Video Display Systems

Essays on Video display systems

Nowadays, there exist a great number of technologies for displaying video information by means of display systems. Selecting one or another system, it is essential to determine the appropriate display technology, manufacturer and model, as well as the whole row of technical conditions, such as dimensions of the room, its lighting intensity, microclimate, electric power Continue Reading

Essay on Ergonomic features of video display systems

Projective modules and video cubes Projective modules and video cubes are developed basing on an advanced modular technology. The unique idea of separating the projection and lamp modules enabled the creation of a projection cube with excellent image quality which is easy to use. The improved reliability of lamps reduces operating expenditures and provides stable Continue Reading

Term paper: Ergonomic features of video display systems

Selecting commutation devices Commutation systems are referred here as the interconnection devices including cables, transformers of audio and video formats (scalers), switches, commutators, and a variety of amplifiers. The composition and configuration of the commutation system is determined by the types of sources and receivers, and the configuration of the entire complex. In the simplest Continue Reading

Essay: Ergonomic features of video display systems

Ergonomic features of video display systems The effectiveness of information perception depends on the following (Polys et al., 2005; Andrews et al., 2011): • type of characters; • their shape and angular size; • level of brightness and contrast between image and background; • color of displayable symbols; • level of ambient light; • value Continue Reading

Research paper: Technological peculiarities of designing various video display systems projects

Technological peculiarities of designing various video display systems projects Key photometric parameters It is estimated that the major part of information (about 80%) is perceived by a human through the visual channel (Ware, 2000). Nowadays, electronic displays have received large distribution in electronic, measuring and medical equipment. They represent themselves the most effective and promising Continue Reading