[visionlist] Seeking recommendations for blurring filters

Sergio Bonaque-González sergio.bonaque.gonzalez at gmail.com
Mon Jun 12 04:42:14 -04 2023

Dear Ipek;

I had a project where we needed something similar and to solve it we 
have used a projector. It allows you to regulate the level of blur with 
the hardware itself while you can modify the image with software, as 
well as adjust the size of the projection.

Best regards


El 10/06/2023 a las 15:15, visionlist-request at visionscience.com escribió:
> From: Oruc, Ipek<mailto:ipor at mail.ubc.ca>
> Sent: Friday, June 9, 2023 14:25
> To:visionlist at visionscience.com<mailto:visionlist at visionscience.com>
> Subject: [visionlist] Seeking recommendations for blurring filters
> Dear Colleagues,
> We are seeking recommendations for commercially available blurring filters that can be applied to a computer screen. We are interested in generating digitally vs. physically blurred versions of specific conditions.
> If any of you have experience using physical blurring techniques we would greatly appreciate your input. Filters that offer adjustable levels of blur would be of particular interest, but at the moment we are exploring various options.
> Many thanks in advance for your help!
> Best,
> ________________
> Ipek Oruc, PhD (she/her)
> Associate Professor
> Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences
> University of British Columbia
> Rm 4440 - 818 West 10th Avenue
> Vancouver, BC  V5Z 1M9
> email:ipor at mail.ubc.ca<mailto:ipor at mail.ubc.ca>
> URL:http://www.visualcognition.ca/ipek/

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