Color appearance with sparse chromatic context

@article{Jenness1995ColorAW,
  title={Color appearance with sparse chromatic context},
  author={James W. Jenness and Steven K. Shevell},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={35},
  pages={797-805}
}
We compared changes in the appearance of a test region caused by introducing an inhomogeneous chromatic background to changes caused by a space-averaged equivalent uniform background. Subjects adjusted a test field presented on a CRT so that it appeared neither reddish nor greenish. Sparse "white" or "green" dots, randomly scattered throughout a "red" background field, caused a large decrease (up to 15 nm) in the dominant wavelength of the red/green equilibrium setting, compared to measurements… CONTINUE READING

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