2006-02-16: New issue of Inf@Vis! (infovis.net) on "Preattentive Processing" available

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The new issue of Inf@Vis! (The digital magazine of InfoVis.net) called Processes that pop out presents an overview to preattentive processing issues:

One of the reasons why visualisation can be so powerful has its roots in the fact that there's a series of identification and recognition operations that our brain performs in an "automatic" way without the need to focus our attention or even be conscious of them. Managing properly the elements that are "pre-attentively" processed can make a difference in a user interface.
[Dürsteler, 2006]

Full article: http://www.infovis.net/printMag.php?num=179&lang=2

Related Pages[edit]

See also the summary of Kargl et al. on Preattentive Processing at InfoVis:Wiki.


[Dürsteler, 2005] Juan C. Dürsteler, Processes that pop out, Inf@Vis! (The digital magazine of InfoVis.net), Created at: Feb. 12, 2006, Retrieved at: Feb. 16, 2006, http://www.infovis.net/printMag.php?num=179&lang=2