Computational Modelling of Equiluminant Vision
Final rept. 1 Sep 93-94
TULANE UNIV NEW ORLEANS LA
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The goal of this grant was to obtain equipment for studying psychophysical and computational aspects of chromatic motion perception. The equipment consisted of color measurement, data capture, data storage and color presentation devices. Our main results include the influence of luminant motion information on equiluminant motion direction, the impact of equilumance on both page and RSVP reading, the development of computational method to eliminate motion blur, and adaptive computational model of motion perception at equilumance.