Collection of papers accepted for the 5th CIE Symposium on Colour and Visual Appearance, April 21–22, 2020, Hong Kong, CN

CIE x047:2020
DOI: 
10.25039/x47.2020
Division 1

The papers of this collection were selected by the International Scientific Committee (ISC) for presentation at the 5th CIE Symposium on Colour and Visual Appearance, Hong Kong, CN, April 21-22, 2020, which, due to the corona pandemic, could not take place.

The papers have not been peer-reviewed by CIE.

The publication includes 12 papers and is freely downloadable.

 

All papers of the publication are also downloadable as individual papers from the list below:

OP01

Yuki Kawashima & Yoshi Ohno

CHANGE OF PERCEIVED CHROMA AND HUE OF OBJECT COLOURS AT DIFFERENT LIGHTING LEVELS DUE TO HUNT EFFECT

OP02

Semin Oh et al.

VISION EXPERIMENT II ON PERCEPTION OF CORRELATED COLOUR TEMPERATURE

OP05

Chris Yi-Ho Bai et al.

OBSERVER CMF BASED VISUAL APPEARANCE COMPENSATION FOR NOVEL LIGHT SOURCE PROJECTION SYSTEM

PP07

Thijs Kruisselbrink et al.

HDR IMAGING FOR LUMINANCE AND MELANOPIC RADIANCE: CAMERAS AND SPECTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTIONSRACT TITLE

PO12

Hsin-Pou Huang et al.

OPTIMAL TEXT-BACKGROUND LIGHTNESS COMBINATIONS OF TABLET DEVICES FOR VISUAL COMFORT UNDER A WIDE RANGE OF ILLUMINANCE LEVELS

PO13

Hung-Chung Li et al.

OPTIMIZATION OF TRICHROMATIC WHITE LED SPECTRUM FOR DIM LIGHTING CONDITIONS

PO17

Chi-Han Ma et al.

A COMPARISON OF COLOUR APPEARANCE IN VIRTUAL REALITY BETWEEN DIFFERENT SCREEN RESOLUTIONS

PO19

Rohan Nag

CONTROLLED SPECTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTION METHOD TO IMPROVE VISUAL ACUITY IN THE MESOPIC AND SCOTOPIC STATES OF VISION, FOR OUTDOOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS

PO39

Kota Akiba et al.

COLOR MATCHING CONSIDERATION ON THE EFFECT OF IPRGC FOR COLOR REPRODUCTION ON DISPLAY DEVICE

PO40

Natsuki Murakami et al.

EFFECT OF LIGHTING ON READABILITY OF COLOUR PRINTING FOR VARIOUS AGES

PO41

Suzuki Mizushima et al.

DIFFUSENESS OF ILLUMINATION SUITABLE FOR REPRODUCING THE SURFACE APPEARANCE OF OBJECTS

PO43

Hiroki Ishiyama et al.

COLOUR CONTRIBUTION IN SPONTANEOUS IDENTIFICATION OF COPPER MATERIALS