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Display Image Size
Display Image Size refers to the active image area displaying a user’s content. It’s not about the size of the screen or display, but about what is being shown.
Definitions from the standard include:
To conform to the standard, you’ll need to create some drawings. Here are some samples.
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These references appear in the DISCAS standard:
- ANSI/INFOCOMM 3M-2011, Projected Image System Contrast Ratio
- ANSI/HFES 100-2007, Human Factors Engineering of Computer Workstations
- Peter G.J. Barten – Knegsel, Contrast Ratio Sensitivity of the Human Eye and its Effects on Image Quality, (HV Press, 1999)
- Hongyi Cai, Ph.D., and Paul A. Green, Ph.D., Legibility Index for Examining Common Viewing Situations: A New Definition Using Solid Angle
- Peter G. Engeldrum, Psychometric Scaling: A Toolkit for Imaging Systems Development, (Imcotek Press, 2009)
- MIL-STD-1472G, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DESIGN CRITERIA STANDARD: HUMAN ENGINEERING (United States Government, 2012)
- Herman Snellen, Eye Chart (Amsterdam, 1862)