January Vision Meeting 2021 & Palmer Lecture – Videos Available

January Vision Meeting 2021 & Palmer Lecture – Videos Available

The renowned January scientific meeting of the Colour Group (GB) moved online in 2021. We had a fantastic program of seven international and national talks, including this year’s Palmer lecturer, Michael Webster. Videos of all the talks are now available below.

All CG Jan 2021 abstracts at this link.

14:00Hue selectivity of SSVEP response: properties of its grand mean and underlying factors.

Ichiro Kuriki, Tohoku University

14.30Effect of ageing of optical elements of the human visual system on its contrast sensitivity.

Maliha Ashraf, University of Liverpool

15.00Sensing Changes in Illumination Spectra over Time.

Anya Hurlbert & Ruben Pastilha, University of Newcastle

16:00Modelling Individual Variations in Equiluminance Settings.

Jingyi He, Northeastern University

16.30Color constancy: priors, cues, and development.  
Maria Olkkonen, University of Durham
17:00Palmer Lecture: Compensation for Color Deficiencies.

Michael A. Webster, University of Nevada, Reno

17:45Cutting-edge advances in vision research: Toward a High-fidelity Artificial Retina.

E.J. Chichilnisky, Stanford University

Ichiro Kuriki - Hue selectivity of SSVEP response: properties of its grand mean & underlying factors

Jingyi He - Modelling Individual Variations in Equiluminance Settings.

Maliha Ashraf -Effect of ageing optical elements of the human visual system on contrast sensitivity.

Anya Hurlbert & Ruben Pastilha - "Sensing Changes in Illumination Spectra over Time."

Maria Olkkonen - Color constancy: priors, cues, and development

PALMER LECTURE: Michael A. Webster - "Compensation for Color Deficiencies."