The Development and Evaluation of Color Systems for Airborne Applications--Fundamental Visual, Perceptual, and Display Systems Considerations 851774
A great number of complex, interacting factors determine the effectiveness of a color display system. Many of these factors characterize visual displays in general, while others are specifically related to the production of use of color. Because it is difficult, if not unwise, to isolate and consider human visual and perceptual factors separately from color display system hardware characteristics, both operator and display system requirements must be analyzed according to common functional units.
The objectives of the study were to review the current philosophy and standards on the airborne applications of electronic color display systems, develop guidelines for specifying and measuring color CRT display performance parameters, conduct a survey of currently available color systems, review and evaluate existing system capabilities, and predict future trends and applications in color display systems and componentry.
Citation: Silverstein, L., Merrifield, R., and Hoerner, F., "The Development and Evaluation of Color Systems for Airborne Applications--Fundamental Visual, Perceptual, and Display Systems Considerations," SAE Technical Paper 851774, 1985, https://doi.org/10.4271/851774. Download Citation
Louis D. Silverstein, Robin M. Merrifield, F. C. Hoerner
Naval Air Test Center Patuxent River, Maryland
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