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10 September 2003 Measurements and metrics for multilayered displays
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Immediate concerns in multi-layered display development centre around a method to describe and measure the trade-off between Moire interference, viewed as rainbow coloured bands, and image sharpness. Since displays are only wholly defined in conjunction with an observer, we need to find a map between what is perceived, what is measured and the actual design artefacts. A perceptually weighted metric describing the trade-off forms the central node. If we approach the node from the physical embodiment we need measurements and if we approach from the observer, we need to find out if what they are actually seeing is well described by the metric.
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Gareth P. Bell, Mark J. Searle, and Daniel E. Evanicky "Measurements and metrics for multilayered displays", Proc. SPIE 5080, Cockpit Displays X, (10 September 2003); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.502605
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