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Comparative Study of Colour Recognition According to Background Lightness and Stimulus Size
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 Title & Authors
Comparative Study of Colour Recognition According to Background Lightness and Stimulus Size
Hong, Ji-Young; Park, Yun-Sun;
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 Abstract
This study, under the assumption that there may be a difference in colours recognized depending on background lightness and colour stimulus size, applied background lightness in a differential way and conducted an experiment by comparing the sizes of stimuli equivalent to and . Based on the results, by reflecting the results of this experiment as a difference in colour recognition, which may occur when the input image is converted from a large-sized screen to a mobile-sized screen, power efficiency, one of the biggest issues, can be reflected in mobile devices and may contribute to effective three-dimensional image reproduction and image quality in 3-D or hologram as well as 2-D images.
 Keywords
Display;2-D;3-D;Human visual perception;Size effect;Colour;
 Language
English
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