Covers principles, applications, and issues pertaining to all major elecro-optical displays presently in use, with discussion of display evaluation characteristics and human factor topics. Coverage includes: liquid crystal (LC) display properties, matrix addressing, and photoaddressing issues; time-

part I|210 pages

Display Fundamentals

chapter 1|18 pages

Intensifier and Cathode-Ray Tube Technologies

ByMohammad A. Karim, A. F. M. Yusuf Haider

chapter 2|50 pages

Liquid-Crystal Display Device Fundamentals

ByDavid Armitage

chapter 3|52 pages

Microelectronics in Active-Matrix LCDs and image Sensors

ByWilliam den Boer, F. C. Luo, Zvi Yaniv

chapter 4|66 pages

Flat-Panel Displays

ByAlan Sobel

chapter 5|24 pages

Color Image Display with Black-and-White Film

ByGuo-Guang Mu, Zhi-Liang Fang, Xu-Ming Wang, Yu-Guang Kuang

part II|236 pages

Display Systems

chapter 6|80 pages

Projection Display Technologies

ByKaren E. Jachimowicz

chapter 7|20 pages

Stereoscopic Display

ByLarry F. Hodges

chapter 8|26 pages

Peripheral Vision Displays

ByHarry M. Assenheim

chapter 9|80 pages

Holographic Head-Up Displays

ByRobert B. Wood

chapter 10|30 pages

Biocular Display Optics

ByPhilip J. Rogers, Michael H. Freeman

part III|206 pages

Evaluation of Displays

chapter 11|28 pages

Standardization of Nondiscrete Displays

ByAbdul Ahad S. Awwal

chapter 12|20 pages

Restoration of Dynamically Degraded Images in Displays

ByAbdul Ahad S. Awwal

chapter 13|18 pages

Discrete Display Devices and Analysis Techniques

ByJohn C. Feltz

chapter 14|72 pages

Analytical Modeling and Digital Simulation of Scanning Charge-Coupled Device Imaging Systems

ByTerrence S. Lomheim, Linda S. Kalman

chapter 15|68 pages

Display and Enhancement of Infrared Images

ByJerry Silverman, Virgil E. Vickers

part IV|186 pages

Display Issues

chapter 16|58 pages

The Human Factor Considerations of Image Intensification and Thermal Imaging Systems

ByClarence E. Rash, Robert W. Verona

chapter 17|32 pages

Color Control in Digital Displays

ByCeleste McCollough Howard

chapter 18|44 pages

The Human Factors of Helmet-Mounted Displays and Sights

ByMaxwell J. Wells, Michael Haas

chapter 19|22 pages

Perceptual Effects of Spatiotemporal Sampling

ByJulie Mapes Lindholm

chapter 20|30 pages

Electro-Optic Displays—The System Perspective

ByDonald L. Moon