Association Internationale de la Couleur
International Colour Association
<AIC Study Group>
COLOUR VISION AND PSYCHOPHYSICS (CVP)
Katsunori Okajima Ph.D.
Yokohama National University, Japan
Manuel Melgosa Ph.D.
Universidad de Granada, Spain
Purpose of the CVP study group
The purpose of this Study Group was originally to discuss basic and practical studies on colour perception of the elderly, such as colour appearance, colour discrimination, brightness perception of colours, colour preference and application tools for planning and testing universal colour designs, and to share useful information among the members concerning colour perception of the elderly. At the SG meeting in AIC2012, however, we decided that we would change the SG's name to 'Colour Vision and Psychophysics' to expand our domain. From 2013, therefore, we deal with a broader range of topics from colour vision models to universal colour design, while still including colour perception of the elderly.
If you have any question or comment, and/or information will be useful
for the member, feel free to ask or send it to the chairman (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Information for the members
Last update: 2, April, 2018
If you have any question or comment on the following contents, please send
it the mailing-list of CPE-SG.
- "Ageing effects on colour vision -changed and unchanged perceptions"
(invited paper) by K. Shinomori
"Range of similar colors with and without cataract experiencing goggles" by T. Obama, M. Ikeda, K. Sagawa, H. Shinoda
"Development of senile miosis simulator adapting to variable illumination
in colour environments" by T. Suzuki, K. Okajima, T. Funai
From left to right, T.Suzuki(speaker), K.Shinomori(invited speaker), K.Okajima(chairman
of the SG), T.Obama(speaker) and M.Melgosa(secretary of the SG)