White Light and Facial Recognition

@inproceedings{Raynham2003WhiteLA,
  title={White Light and Facial Recognition},
  author={Peter Raynham and Torunn Saksvikr\onning},
  year={2003}
}
Introduction For many years now is has been suspected that white light was better for street lighting than the yellow light from High and Low Pressure Sodium Lamps. In fact there have been several reports on the benefits of white light. There has also been a lot of work carried out investigating the change in sensitivity of the eye at low light levels. These studies have developed the concept of mesopic vision. However, this is a phenomenon that only occurs in the peripheral regions of the eye… CONTINUE READING
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