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Human color vision: ergophthalmological aspect
Author(s): Valentina Kovalenko
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Paper Abstract

Taking into consideration the importance of color perception for human visual function, ergophthalmology considers it from a position of two points of view. Color vision itself is of significance to a number of professions, which require sharp, precise and stable color perception. At the same time, color vision represents the sensitive index for evaluation of eye retina, function of which it is. In this work we shall discuss the second approach only. This paper is devoted to description of our own method of retinal function examination during the working activity by means of measuring the time of following color contrast. The results of using this method in operators VDU in industrial conditions are given as well. These data are of interest for physiology of vision and also such applied sciences as labor physiology and ergonomics. Simultaneously they may be considered from a position of the science of color and correspondingly to display sciences.

Paper Details

Date Published: 7 February 1997
PDF: 4 pages
Proc. SPIE 2949, Imaging Sciences and Display Technologies, (7 February 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.266358
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Valentina Kovalenko, Eyesight Protection and Ergophthalmology Research Lab. (Ukraine)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2949:
Imaging Sciences and Display Technologies
Jan Bares; Christopher T. Bartlett; Paul A. Delabastita; Jose Luis Encarnacao; Nelson V. Tabiryan; Panos E. Trahanias; Arthur Robert Weeks, Editor(s)

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