The Influence of Computer Graphics on the Recall of Information
This article describes an experiment that examined the influence of computer plots of three dimensional graphics on the recall of information. Three dimensional graphics and a tabular mode of presentation were used to convey information to two experimental groups of subjects. The graphics were produced by using perspective projections. The outcome was that the three dimensional graphics did not result in greater recall of information than did a tabular representation for the task that was assigned.
|Collin J. Watson and Russell W. Driver
|computer graphics, MIS management, information recall, three dimensional graphics, information systems