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The Impact of Motion-Induced Blur on Out-the-window Visual System Performance  (2007)
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All visual display system technologies have visual artifacts, or perceptual features that would not be present in a naturally-viewed scene. The characteristics of certain light-valve technologies, specifically Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS), exhibit a blurring artifact with image motion. In this paper, the causes of this artifact will be reviewed. Current knowledge regarding the impact of this artifact on both perception and simulator task performance will also be reviewed, and methods for reducing motion- induced blur will be discussed.
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Blur, Impact, Motion-Induced, Out-the-window, Performance, System, Visual
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Proceedings of the IMAGE 2007 Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, July, 2007.
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