Reliable identification by color under natural conditions.

@article{Granzier2009ReliableIB,
  title={Reliable identification by color under natural conditions.},
  author={Jeroen J. M. Granzier and Eli Brenner and Jeroen Smeets},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={39.1-8}
}
In order to recognize objects on the basis of the way in which they reflect different wavelengths of light, the visual system must deal with the different illuminant and background conditions under which the objects are seen. To test this ability under natural conditions, subjects were asked to name 6 uniformly colored papers. The experiment started by showing subjects six papers simultaneously in a normally illuminated room, and instructing them about how to name them. The papers were easy to… CONTINUE READING

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