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Visual Display Terminals and Visually impairments

Masaki TAUCHI, Satoru KUBOTA, Shin-ichi OKADA, Motohiro Ohkura
1994 The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics  
Shin-ichi OKADA (Natl. Inst. voc. Rehab.), Motohiro Ohkura (Seikei Univ.
doi:10.5100/jje.30.supplement_308 fatcat:2447hbbrrvgplf5toir47bkr2y

The effect of opiates on the terminal nerve impulse and quantal secretion from visualized amphibian nerve terminals

Nickolas A. Lavidis
1995 British Journal of Pharmacology  
from release sites without any affect on the propagation of the nerve terminal impulse.  ...  Secretion of transmitter from amphibian motor nerve terminal release sites is intermittent, spatially non-uniform and varies considerably throughout the year and during development.  ...  The visualized profile of terminals, following DiOC2(5)-fluorescence was used to draw the shape of the terminal branches on a video monitor and to determine the distance of the electrode from the point  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1476-5381.1995.tb16353.x pmid:7582455 pmcid:PMC1908413 fatcat:ewfreq5ttvdsnk5q2y3hohird4

A Comparative Evaluation of Filters for Visual Display Terminals
Visual Display Terminal用フィルタの比較評価

Satoru Kubota
1986 Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan  
This paper describes several types of filters for visual display terminals (VDT) that are currently available, and discusses their effectiveness.  ...  For a limited comparison of the effectiveness of several filters and filter types, the effects of 42 filters on different types of VDT screen were measured.  ...  *成 蹊大学工学部経営工学科 本論文の一部は昭和61年度照明学会全国大会にお いて発表 した. 550 -22- 照 明学 会 誌 第70巻 第10号 昭 和61年 Visual Display Terminal用 フ ィ ル タ の 比 較 評 価 正会員 窪 田 悟 表1 VTD用 フ ィ ル タ の 光 学 的 特 性 表2 VDT用 フ ィ ル タ の 分 類 と 特 徴 J.  ... 
doi:10.2150/jieij1980.70.10_550 fatcat:qrfs3ofxzngydmslxcu347pc34

Visual environment for work using visual display terminals
VDT作業のための照明環境の評価

Sueko Kanaya
1985 Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan  
い っ ぽ う 、 労 働 省 が 行 っ た 従 業 員100人 以 上 の 民 営 企 業6000社 を 対 象 と し た 実 態 調 査 で は 、OA 機 器 の な か で も 主 力 機 器 で あ る オ フ ィ ス コ ン ピ ュ ー タ や ワ ー ド ブ ロ セ ッ サ な ど のVDT(Visual Display Terminalの 略 で 、 コ ン ピ ュ ー タ 、CRT  ...  work using visual display terminals, Sueko Kanaya 昭 和60年 照 明 学 会 全 国 大 会 127 で は な い か 」 な ど と い っ た 不 安 感 や 反 感 に 伴 な う 心 理 的 疲 労 を で き る だ け 軽 減 し 、 さ ら に 快 適 にVDT作 業 が で き る 作 叢 環 境 を 整 備 す る こ と が  ... 
doi:10.2150/jieij1980.69.appendix_126 fatcat:nqvb22p7o5f7hgjnp63jkmmpqy

The Effects of Inaccessible Visual Feedback Used Concurrently or Terminally

Ryohei Yamamoto, Yukari Ohashi
2014 Journal of Physical Therapy Science  
We investigated the effects of inaccessible visual feedback used concurrently or terminally, focusing on aspects of movement.  ...  [Results] Regarding errors in movement duration, the concurrent feedback group was superior to the terminal feedback group during the midterm and final sessions.  ...  The purpose of this study was to test the learning effects of inaccessible visual feedback used concurrently or terminally, focusing on aspects of movement.  ... 
doi:10.1589/jpts.26.731 pmid:24926140 pmcid:PMC4047240 fatcat:73e26tgba5eqpobrznuezsubzq

The walnut shell moxibustion may be a potentially effective treatment for video display terminal visual fatigue

2022 Journal of Clinical Review & Case Reports  
Video display terminals (VDT) visual fatigue is a common disease in ophthalmology. Its incidence has been increasing in recent years because of the proliferation of mobile devices.  ...  For the patient we treat, the walnut shell moxibustion can provide both immediate and persistent effect. Therefore, it may be a worthwhile option to try  ...  Introduction Video display terminal (VDT) visual fatigue is a series of visual symptoms caused by prolonged close contact with video display terminals [1] .  ... 
doi:10.33140/jcrc.07.01.02 fatcat:ugyt7ma4cjb4xmh5ymstszxuxy

Retinal waves regulate afferent terminal targeting in the early visual pathway

Samuel Failor, Barbara Chapman, Hwai-Jong Cheng
2015 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Our results reveal a novel role for stage II retinal waves in regulating retinogeniculate afferent terminal targeting by way of intraeye competition, allowing for correct laminar patterning and the even  ...  projection and results in the permanent disorganization of its laminae.  ...  visual degrees; P < 0.05) of visual space, with the largest effect on retinotopic alignment found along the azimuth (Fig. 5 B and E; EPI azimuth, 1.782 ± 0.164 visual degrees; EPI elevation, 1.065 ±  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1506458112 pmid:26038569 pmcid:PMC4460437 fatcat:a7e33wam2bfrbjbo4uafd4n3hy

When do I quit? The search termination problem in visual search

Jeremy M Wolfe
2012 Nebraska Symposium on Motivation  
Search termination is a less thoroughly studied topic. When is it time to abandon the current search?  ...  This chapter reviews the development of ideas about quitting time in visual search and offers an outline of our current theory.  ...  Acknowledgments Paper written for the 59th Annual Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: The Influence of Attention, Learning, and Motivation on Visual Search.  ... 
pmid:23437634 pmcid:PMC3979292 fatcat:tyqtvkdxb5fkhb5f2utmfm44hq

Terminals of the major thalamic input to visual cortex are devoid of synapsin proteins

S.G. Owe, A. Erisir, P. Heggelund
2013 Neuroscience  
in the visual system.  ...  These are the terminals of the first three feedforward synapses in the visual pathway, implying that lack of synapsins may be a common property of terminals that provide the primary driver activity onto  ...  Acknowledgments The project was financially supported by the Research Council of Norway (PH, SGO), and by NIH EY12138 (AE).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroscience.2013.03.031 pmid:23535254 pmcid:PMC3953556 fatcat:6yecerrolrfu3odi25skaokgty

Light regulation of Ca2+ in the cone photoreceptor synaptic terminal

SUE-YEON CHOI, SKYLER JACKMAN, WALLACE B. THORESON, RICHARD H. KRAMER
2008 Visual Neuroscience  
Light hyperpolarizes the membrane potential, closing Ca 2+ channels and suppressing exocytosis. Here, we quantify the Ca 2+ concentration in cone terminals, with Ca 2+ indicator dyes.  ...  The high level of Ca 2+ near the ribbon combined with previous estimates of the Ca 2+ sensitivity of release leads to a predicted dark release rate that is much faster than observed, suggesting that the  ...  Infrared light penetrates deeply into tissue, enabling visualization of Ca 2+ in cone terminals in the intact retina.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0952523808080814 pmid:19112656 pmcid:PMC2790721 fatcat:m4bzc3siw5cwzkdwlkn3bn663y

Three-dimensional reconstruction of transcription termination factor rho: orientation of the N-terminal domain and visualization of an RNA-binding site

Xiong Yu, Taigo Horiguchi, Katsuya Shigesada, Edward H. Egelman
2000 Journal of Molecular Biology  
An atomic structure of the N-terminal domain of rho ®ts into our reconstruction uniquely, with the residues involved in RNA-binding on the outside of the ring.  ...  The Escherichia coli rho transcription termination protein is a hexameric helicase, and is believed to function by separating an RNA-DNA hybrid.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by NIH GM35269 and HFSP RG335 to E.H.E. and a grant from the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture of Japan to K.S.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jmbi.2000.3810 pmid:10873452 fatcat:b4gaua3q75dizhucsbpigc7bda

Visualization of release factor 3 on the ribosome during termination of protein synthesis

Bruno P. Klaholz, Alexander G. Myasnikov, Marin van Heel
2004 Nature  
Termination of protein synthesis by the ribosome requires two release factor (RF) classes.  ...  The two structures differ by the position and conformation of RF3, by the position of the tRNA molecule, and by the conformational state of the whole ribosome.  ...  The project was financed in part by grants from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, the European Union, and the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nature02332 pmid:14985767 fatcat:xznulbnmszgybfgmhp7hfwfmri

Health Hazards Associated with Constrained Posture in Visual Display Terminal Workplaces

Masaru Nakaseko
1985 The Journal of Kansai Medical University  
Introduction The growing use of visual display terminals (VDTs) has led to the increase of interactions between operator and computer by using keyboard to send data directly to the computer as well as  ...  The eyes, directing towards screen and source documents, depending on their layout in the visual field, often depends on the posture of the neck.  ... 
doi:10.5361/jkmu1956.37.supplement_s36 fatcat:xfokogncbbb5zarawqgc7d3cay

Requirement for the NINAC Kinase/Myosin for Stable Termination of the Visual Cascade

Hong-Sheng Li, Jeffery A. Porter, Craig Montell
1998 Journal of Neuroscience  
Thus, phosphorylation of the p174 tail seems to be required for stable termination of the visual cascade. MATERIALS AND METHODS In vivo labeling and detection of NINAC proteins.  ...  Based on the P[ninaC 174PS ] mutant phenotype, one of the roles of p174 may be to prevent transient reactivation of the visual cascade after cessation of the light.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.18-23-09601.1998 pmid:9822721 fatcat:urkjpxw6q5aezeympa2p42cdk4

Quantitative features of synapse formation in the fly's visual system. I. The presynaptic photoreceptor terminal

A Frohlich, IA Meinertzhagen
1983 Journal of Neuroscience  
Photoreceptors of the adult fly's compound eye each form a population of stereotyped output synapses distributed over the surface of their terminal.  ...  The formation of this class of afferent synapses during development has been followed from serial electron microscopy of the same eye region in four pupal and several adult stages, all of female Musca  ...  length of the terminal.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.03-11-02336.1983 pmid:6631484 fatcat:fjakajndhvhtpoqoajghxgmm3a
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