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Display motion blur: Comparison of measurement methods  (2010)
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Motion blur is a significant display property for which accurate, valid, and robust meas- urement methods are needed. Recent motion-blur measurements of a set of eight displays by a set of six measurement devices provided an opportunity to evaluate techniques of measurement and analy- sis. Both the raw data waveforms collected by each device and the metrics derived from those wave- forms were examined. Significant discrepancies between instruments and variability within instruments were found. A new motion-blur metric (GET) that exhibits increased robustness and reduced variability relative to existing metrics is proposed.
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blur, Comparison, Display, measurement, methods, motion
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Journal of the Society for Information Display, 18(2), 179-190
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