Martijn Withouck

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The perception of brightness of unrelated self-luminous colored stimuli of the same luminance has been investigated. The Helmholtz-Kohlrausch (H-K) effect, i.e., an increase in brightness perception due to an increase in saturation, is clearly observed. This brightness perception is compared with the calculated brightness according to six existing vision(More)
In a series of magnitude estimation experiments, the effect of the size of a circular stimulus varying from 1° to 30° field of view on the perception of brightness has been investigated for unrelated self-luminous stimuli. A clear, hue independent, size effect on brightness was found. Based on a simple modification of the recently developed Color Appearance(More)
Based on an extensive magnitude estimation experiment, a new color appearance model for unrelated self-luminous stimuli, CAM15u, has been designed. With the spectral radiance of the stimulus as unique input, the model predicts the brightness, hue, colorfulness, saturation and amount of white. The main features of the model are the use of the CIE 2006 cone(More)
In a magnitude estimation experiment, twenty observers rated the brightness of several unrelated, self-luminous stimuli surrounded by a dark background. The performance of a number of existing vision models, color appearance models and models based on the concept of equivalent luminance in predicting brightness has been investigated. Due to a severe(More)
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