Title: Display Image Size for 2D Content in Audiovisual Systems
Document Number: ANSI/INFOCOMM V202.01:2016
Type of Standard: Performance
This Standard determines required display image size and relative viewing positions according to two defined viewing needs: Basic Decision Making and Analytical Decision Making. The Standard can be used to design a new space or to assess/modify an existing space, from either drawings or the space itself. It applies to both permanently installed systems and temporary systems. The Standard applies to the overall system and not the performance or efficiency of any component.
Publication Date: May 2016
Keywords: Analytical decision making; audiovisual; audiovisual standard; AV; AV system performance; basic decision making; contrast; contrast ratio; detail; digital signage; display; farthest viewer; front projection; image contrast; image size; InfoComm; information; informational display; inspection; presentation; projected image; projection screen; rear projection; system contrast ratio; videoconferencing; viewing angle; viewing distance; visual acuity
Task Group Members:
Greg Jeffreys, Visual Displays, Ltd. (Moderator)
Michael Bialas, CVE, ITIL, Anadarko Petroleum
Dick Tollberg, CTS-D, AVI-SPL
Michael Comiskey, CTS, AECOM
Steven Douglas, Central Washington University
Mitch Dudman, CTS, CBCI Telecom Canada Inc.
Michael Field, M Ed, CTS, ACE, Temple University
Steve Mills, CTS-D, CTSI
Peter Pekurar, CQE, CET, Christie Digital Systems
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