PD CEN ISO/TR 9241-331:2013 - Ergonomics of human-system interaction. Optical characteristics of autostereoscopic displays

PD CEN ISO/TR 9241-331:2013

Ergonomics of human-system interaction. Optical characteristics of autostereoscopic displays

Status : Current   Published : April 2012

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ISO/TR 9241-331:2012 establishes an ergonomic point of view for the optical properties of autostereoscopic displays (ASDs), with the aim of reducing visual fatigue caused by stereoscopic images on those displays. It gives terminology, performance characteristics and optical measurement methods for ASDs. It is applicable to spatially interlaced autostereoscopic displays (two-view, multi-view and integral displays) of the transmissive and emissive types. These can be implemented by flat-panel displays, projection displays, etc.




Standard NumberPD CEN ISO/TR 9241-331:2013
TitleErgonomics of human-system interaction. Optical characteristics of autostereoscopic displays
StatusCurrent
Publication Date30 April 2012
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 13406-2:2001, IWA 3:2005, ISO 9241, VESA-2005-5
International RelationshipsCEN ISO/TR 9241-331:2013,ISO/TR 9241-331:2012
Amended ByCorrigendum, October 2013.
DescriptorsErgonomics, Display devices (computers), Office machines, Computer terminals, Computer peripheral equipment, Electronic equipment and components, Environment (working), Visual perception, Visibility, Aesthetics, Defects, Optical phenomena, Colour, Inspection, Liquid crystal displays
ICS13.180
35.180
Title in FrenchErgonomie de l'interaction homme-système. Caractéristiques optiques des écrans autostéréoscopiques
CommitteePH/9
ISBN978 0 580 82215 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages92
File Size5.677 MB
Price£274.00


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