On the influence of moving pictures
A preliminary reading into the influence of moving pictures on cognitive function, as expressed in the forms of both film and digital recordings, in the television and cinematic mediums. We note that there appears to be little, if any, research available on influence differentials between various forms of projected images, particularly comparing LCD, DLP, LCOS, etc., or the difference between a viewer taking in images projected on another surface (as a projection) vs. taking in images projected through a surface to the viewer (as a screen).
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