Pattern glare: the effects of contrast and color

@inproceedings{Monger2015PatternGT,
  title={Pattern glare: the effects of contrast and color},
  author={Laura J. Monger and Arnold J. Wilkins and Peter M Allen},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2015}
}
AIM To test a theory of visual stress by investigating the inter-relationships between (1) the threshold contrast/saturation at which individuals first report discomfort when viewing colored gratings of progressively increasing contrast and decreasing saturation; (2) the choice of a colored overlay for reading; (3) any increase in reading speed when the overlay is used. METHOD Ninety-five young adults, with normal color vision, reported illusions from square-wave gratings (Pattern Glare Test… CONTINUE READING
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