Human Vision


Links Round-up Week Starting 22nd Feb 2021

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the first part of this week. Join the team at Canon Burbank as …

Tags:Broadcast Monitors| Game Playing| Google| HDR - High Dynamic Range| Human Vision| Litigation| Samsung| TVs (TV Sets)

The Value of Color Coding Symbology Studied in HUDs

by Arthur Berman

The judicious use of color in the symbology presented on flat panel displays has long been recognized as both a user preference and as a means to improve user performance. Given the increasing commercial …

Tags:Colour (Color)| Head Up Displays HUDs| HMDs (Head Mounted Displays)| Human Vision| Visual Ergonomics

What Bob Saw on the Net 23/01/2020

by Bob Raikes

Most days, our editor, Bob, spends some time looking around the net for news. Here are some articles and links that he thought worth sharing… (note that registration or subscriptions may be required!) Loewe …

Tags:HFR - High Frame Rate| Human Vision| PC Market (Personal Computers - PCs)| Samsung| Smartphones| TV Set Market| Video over IP (VIP)| Xiaomi

AT&T and Aira Launch Platform for the Visually Impaired

by Andrew Fenn

AT&T and Aira are developing and testing a solution designed to help blind or partially sighted people manage their prescription medication. The new recognition solution uses “Hey Chloe”, Aira’s new AI platform, to correctly …

Tags:AR/VR| Augmented Reality| Human Vision| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 25 - Issue 32

Outdoor Play Can Help Prevent Shortsightedness

by Andrew Fenn

The BBC has published an article investigating the effects of long-term, regular use of electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets and games consoles for work or play, on the eyesight of young people. Ophthalmologists …

Tags:Health and Safety| Human Vision| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 25 - Issue 01

Samsung Highlights Relumino

by Bob Raikes

Samsung has released a video that highlights the work that it has done in creating its Relumino system, which is designed to help users with restricted vision. (‘Relúmĭno’ Visual Aid App Moves out of …

Tags:Back Panel| Human Vision| Mobile Display Monitor| Samsung| Vol 24 - Issue 47

Oculus Makes Breakthrough on Vergence/Accomodation Conflict

by Norbert Hildebrand

If you are going to Siggraph in Los Angeles later this year, you may want to mark your calendar for a talk given by Oculus about a new class of displays they call ‘Focal …

Tags:HMDs (Head Mounted Displays)| Human Vision| Mobile Display Monitor| Virtual Reality| Vol 24 - Issue 19

Eye Tracking the ‘5th Modality’ in Human Interface

by Steve Sechrist

Some are calling it the fifth modality for human computer interface, adding eye tracking to already established list that includes keyboards, mice, touch pads (or touch displays) and voice/gesture. (One could even argue it’s …

Tags:Advertising| Foveated Rendering| Gaze Recognition| Human Vision| Human Visual System (HVS)| Vol 24 - Issue 07

The eSight 3 Headset Offers Help to the Vision Impaired

by Arthur Berman

eSight Corporation (Toronto, Canada) has just announced the eSight 3, the latest version of the company’s headset product. The headset uses “augmented reality and digital technology to help bring the real world to individuals …

Tags:Human Vision| Medical| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 07