Takeshi Hiwasa

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Our purpose in this study was to examine the potential usefulness of liquid-crystal display (LCD) monitors having the capability of rendering higher than 8 bits in display-bit depth. An LCD monitor having the capability of rendering 8, 10, and 12 bits was used. It was calibrated to the grayscale standard display function with a maximum luminance of 450(More)
It is known that the performance of liquid-crystal display (LCD) monitors, such as the luminance and contrast ratio, is dependent on the viewing angle. Our purpose in this study was to compare the angular performance and the effect on observer performance of different types of LCD monitors. The luminance performance and contrast ratio as a function of(More)
Quality assurance of electronic display devices is important for maintaining reliable soft-copy image interpretations. This paper presents effects of test patterns on measurement of the luminance of liquid-crystal display (LCD) devices by use of a telescopic-type luminance meter. The luminance for different types of test patterns having different(More)
The goal of this study was to investigate the effect of the different luminance settings of a high-brightness color liquid-crystal display (LCD) on the detectability of a simple grayscale object with low contrast by use of receiver operating characteristic (ROC) analysis. The detectability of a high-brightness color LCD with two maximum-luminance settings(More)
Our purpose in this study was to examine the detectability of a lung nodule at different maximum luminance settings of a liquid-crystal display (LCD) monitor by utilizing receiver operating characteristic (ROC) analysis. The LCD monitor used in this study was calibrated to the grayscale standard display function with different maximum luminance settings(More)
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