Handbook of Visual Display Technology

Posted by Jon Peddie on February 13th 2012 | Permalink
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Jon Peddie

Springer-SBM and Canopus Academic Publishing have announced the publication of the Handbook of Visual Display Technology. Across four volumes and more than 2600 pages, this comprehensive reference work covers all aspects of the science and technology behind displays, from the fundamentals of optics, vision and colour science, through electronic imaging, processing and manipulation, display driving, TFTs and materials science, flexible displays and touchscreens, display metrology, and concludes with a section on display markets and economic factors.  Key sections are dedicated to specific display technologies: emissive displays including PDPs, LEDs and OLEDs; Paper-like displays including electrophoretics, electrowetting, electrofluidic and MEMS; 3D display systems…

The Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS/1000D Companion; by Ben Long; published by O’Reilly

Posted by Kathleen Maher on January 9th 2009 | Permalink
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Kathleen Maher

The Canon Digital Rebel is the most popular digital SLR camera on the market. In fact, it’s fair to say that Canon has created the entry-level dSLR market—Nikon and its fans may disagree, but Canon has built the field, taken the ball, and run with it.