ISO 9241-303:2011 establishes image-quality requirements, as well as providing guidelines, for electronic visual displays. These are given in the form of generic (independent of technology, task and environment) performance specifications and recommendations that will ensure effective and comfortable viewing conditions for users with normal or adjusted-to-normal eyesight.
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ISO/TR 9241-310:2010 provides a summary of existing knowledge on ergonomics requirements for pixel defects in electronic displays at the time of its publication. It also gives guidance on the specification of pixel defects, visibility thresholds and aesthetic requirements for pixel defects. It does not itself give requirements related to pixel defects, but it is envisaged that its information could be used in the revision of other parts in the ISO 9241 series.

ISO 9241-306:2008 establishes optical, geometrical and visual inspection methods for the assessment of a display in various contexts of use according to ISO 9241‑303.
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ISO 9241-302:2008 provides a comprehensive terminology for electronic visual displays and explains the terms and definitions used in the other parts of ISO 9241.
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ISO 9241-300:2008 provides an introduction to the other parts in the ISO 9241 “300” subseries, and explains its modular structure. The ISO 9241 “300” subseries establishes requirements for the ergonomic design of electronic visual displays. These requirements are stated as performance specifications, aimed at ensuring effective and comfortable viewing conditions for users with normal or adjusted‑to‑normal eyesight. Test methods and metrology, yielding conformance measurements and criteria, are provided for design evaluation.

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