You’re invited to join the technical groups of the OSA Vision and Color Technical Division for their Data Blast Series every week in July. Each week’s session will feature a series of short talks followed by lots of time for questions and discussion.
The theme for this week’s session is ‘Variation in Color Vision: Individual Differences, Anomalies and Deficiencies’ and will feature the following talks:
• Missing Tetrachromats: Explaining the Gap Between Genes and Perception by Dragos L. Rezeanu, University of Washington
• An AAV Vector Carrying a Chimeric Photopigment for Testing a Novel Color Vision Theory by Rachel Barborek, University of Washington
• Effect of Stimulus Size on Subjective Color Spaces for Red-Green Dichromats by Leticia Alvaro, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
• Task-Dependent Contrast Gain in Anomalous Trichromats by John Erik Vanston, University of California, Berkeley
• Natural Image Reconstruction From Trichromatic Cone Mosaics: Effects of Color Anomaly by Lingqi Zhang, University of Pennsylvania
• Developing a Task-Specific Visual Aid for Dichromacy by Ruben Pastilha, Newcastle University
• Impact of Color Matching Primaries on Observer Variability by Jiaye Li, KU Leuven
• The Limitation of Standard Pseudo-Isochromatic Plates in Identifying Color Vision Deficiencies When Compared with Genetic Testing by Solveig Arnegard, University of Sothern-Eastern Norway
• Variability in Colour Vision Assessment Outcomes by Benjamin Evans, City, University of London
• International Comparison of Brightness Perception of Facial Skin Influenced by Skin Colors by Yuanyuan He, Chiba University
Our moderator for this session will be Javier Hernández-Andrés, University of Granada, executive committee member for the OSA Color Technical Group.