[visionlist] Workshop on Colour Imaging, perception, and reproduction: New Directions in Colour Science and Technology -June 19th 2019, Washington D.C.
fimai at apple.com
Thu Apr 18 15:54:11 -04 2019
Dear members of the visionlist,
The OSA Technical Group on Color would like to announce a joint workshop with the International Committee on Illumination (CIE) and the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) on Color Imaging, Perception, and Reproduction to be held in the afternoon of Wednesday June 19th 2019 at The Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington D.C. as part of the CIE2019 29th Session.
More information can be found at: http://washington2019.cie.co.at <http://washington2019.cie.co.at/>
There is a special rate of US$ 350 to attend this workshop. Please register at: http://washington2019.cie.co.at/conference-registration <http://washington2019.cie.co.at/conference-registration>
Joint CIE(D1/D8)–OSA–IS&T Workshop
COLOUR IMAGING, PERCEPTION, AND REPRODUCTION:
NEW DIRECTIONS IN COLOUR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Director of CIE Division 8
phung at apple.com <mailto:phung at apple.com>
Chair, OSA Color Technical Group
manuel.spitschan at psy.ox.ac.uk <mailto:manuel.spitschan at psy.ox.ac.uk>
Conference Vice President of IS&T
fimai at apple.com <mailto:fimai at apple.com>
With novel technological developments such as high-dynamic range displays (HDR) and virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), colour science for imaging, rendering and reproduction deserves a reconsideration in terms of its fundamental assumptions. In addition, recent developments in vision science point to the need to at least consider the role of so-called intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells (ipRGCs) expressing the photopigment melanopsin as a separate visual pathway, and the need to take into consideration individual differences in colour vision.
Bring together researchers, practitioners and policymakers in the fields of colour imaging, rendering and reproduction to discuss the state-of-the-art knowledge, how new findings from vision science can be integrated into policies and practice, and to also define which problems are unsolved and require attention.
1) Revision of human cone fundamentals and colour matching functions;
2) Contributions of melanopsin to visual functions in humans;
3) High-dynamic range imaging;
4) Virtual reality and augmented reality.
Dr. Michael Murdoch - Rochester Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
Dr. Manuel Spitschan - University of Oxford, U.K.
Dr. Erik Reinhardt - Technicolor, France
Dr. Gizem Rufo - Facebook Reality Labs., U.S.A.
Apple Inc | PPO Optics | Visual Experience Group
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