BS EN 62629-22-1:2013 - 3D display devices. Measuring methods for autostereoscopic displays. Optical

BS EN 62629-22-1:2013

3D display devices. Measuring methods for autostereoscopic displays. Optical

Status : Current, Project Underway   Published : May 2013

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IEC 62629-22-1:2013 specifies optical measuring methods for autostereoscopic display devices. It defines general measuring procedures for optical characteristics of two-view and multi-view displays and integral imaging displays.




Standard NumberBS EN 62629-22-1:2013
Title3D display devices. Measuring methods for autostereoscopic displays. Optical
StatusCurrent, Project Underway
Publication Date31 May 2013
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 62629-1-2, CIE 15:2004, CIE 69:1987, IEC 62629-1-2
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 61747-6:2004, IEC 62341-6-1:2009, IEC 61988-2-1:1999, ISO 9241-302:2008, ISO 9241-305:2008, ISO 9241-306:2008
International RelationshipsEN 62629-22-1:2013,IEC 62629-22-1:2013
Draft Superseded By10/30203863 DC
DescriptorsColour, Visibility, Electronic equipment and components, Environment (working), Computer peripheral equipment, Display devices (computers), Defects, Aesthetics, Liquid crystal displays, Visual perception, Optical phenomena, Ergonomics, Computer terminals, Inspection, Office machines
ICS31.120
31.260
Title in FrenchDispositifs d'affichage 3D. Méthodes de mesure des écrans autostéréoscopiques. Optique
Title in German3D-Anzeigen. Messverfahren für autostereoskopische Anzeigen. Optisch
CommitteeEPL/47
ISBN978 0 580 67901 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages38
File Size1.601 MB
Price£214.00


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