A Comparison Study of Colour Perception considering Peripheral Vision on Display Device

Title & Authors
A Comparison Study of Colour Perception considering Peripheral Vision on Display Device
Hong, Ji-Young; Park, Yun-Sun;

Abstract
In this study, under the assumption that there may be differences in colour attributes that can be perceived according to the brightness of the background and the size of the colour stimulus, a test was conducted where colour matching was done for stimulus sizes of $\small{10^{\circ}}$ and $\small{20^{\circ}}$ in terms of peripheral vision by varying the background brightness. The test results showed that depending on the background brightness and the specific combinations of the Munsell colour attributes used as the test stimulus, colours can be perceived differently even if they are the same colours. In addition, in contrast to findings from previous studies on colour perception according to the stimulus size, it was found that even if the size of the colour stimulus is relatively small, colours can be perceived more colourfully or more brightly with changes in the background brightness. Based on the findings of this study, degradation in image quality can be improved, which may occur when the size of the input image is changed at a later time, and also, contributions can be made when it comes to the reproduction of effective sold three-dimensional structures that reflect visual qualities when processing 3D holographic imagery, in addition to 2D imagery.
Keywords
Display;2D;3D;Human visual perception;Peripheral vision;Colour;
Language
English
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