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Counters For Airborne Use

Report Number: WADC TR 54-266
Author: Warrick, Melvin J.
Corporate Author: Aero Medical Laboratory
Laboratory: Aero Medical Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1954-06
Pages: 11
PB Number: PB111564
AD Number: AD0045991

This report presents an integrated survey and interpretation of psychological research relevant to the design of counters for use on airborne equipment. The merits and demerits of a counter as compared with other methods of presenting information in typical applications are discussed. Such design problems as the speed and direction of rotation of a counter and the location and mode of operation of its associated control are analyzed in detail.

Hunt Library, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
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