Determining the Appropriate Font Size, and Use of Colour and Contrast for Underwater Displays.

@inproceedings{Morrison2008DeterminingTA,
  title={Determining the Appropriate Font Size, and Use of Colour and Contrast for Underwater Displays.},
  author={James B. Morrison and Jonathan Zander},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract : Canadian mine countermeasures (MCM) divers currently use a combination of different displays to provide them with information about their safety, equipment, and status. MCM divers require a single, integrated display to simplify information gathering, and to provide information from the dive supervisor. Ergonomic design guidelines were reviewed and modified for information display in the underwater environment. A two-phase experiment was conducted to determine the optimal font size… CONTINUE READING

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