Effects of electronic-book display and inclination on users' comprehension under various ambient illuminance conditions

An Hsiang Wang*, Chih Chen Tseng, Shie-Chang Jeng, Kai I. Huang

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    This study used several electronic-book (e-book) displays (a conventional LCD under transmissive mode, a conventional LCD under reflective mode, a Ch-LC display, and an e-ink display) to investigate the effect of e-book inclination (105° and 1 35°) and ambient illuminance (200, 800, 1500, and 2200 lux) on the comprehension of subjects. Results indicate that the ambient illuminance does not significantly affect the comprehension of subjects. However, their comprehension differed significantly when using different e-book displays. In addition, the interaction between illuminance and e-book display had a significant effect on their comprehension. When the ambient illuminance was set at 800,1500, and 2200 lux, the subjects'comprehension for reading different e-book displays did not show a significant difference. When the ambient illuminance was set at 200 lux, however, their comprehension for reading a Ch-LC display, an e-ink display, and a conventional LCD under transmissive mode were better than their comprehension of reading a conventional LCD under reflective mode. Regarding the inclination for using e-books, the subjects'comprehension was better under 105° than that under 135°.

    原文English
    頁(從 - 到)101-106
    頁數6
    期刊Journal of the Society for Information Display
    16
    發行號1
    DOIs
    出版狀態Published - 1 一月 2008

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