Stimulus size dependence of induced hue changes

Dataset

Title Stimulus size dependence of induced hue changes
Authors Kellner CJ, Wachtler T
Data kellner2016_colortilt_data.zip (350kB) Heterochromatic hue matching data from five subjects
kellner2016_colortilt_code.zip (55kB) Code to generate figures from the paper
Description The perceived color of an object depends not only on the spectral composition of the light reflected from its surface, but also on the visual context such as illumination and surrounding colors. We investigated how such induction of hue shifts varies with stimulus size and if the specific surround hue affects size differences. Generally, induced hue shifts decreased with increasing stimulus size. In terms of absolute value this decrease was quantitatively different for different surround hues. However, when size effects were normalized to overall induction strength the surround specificity was largly reduced. This suggests that color induction and the size effects are mediated by different mechanisms and the latter is by and large spatial.
Keywords color vision, induction
Published 2016-02-20
DOI 10.12751/g-node.t6vbz9
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation

When using this dataset, please cite
Kellner CJ, Wachtler T (2016) Stimulus size dependence of hue changes induced by chromatic surrounds. JOSA-A 33(3):A267-A272. doi: 10.1364/JOSAA.33.00A267

and this dataset:
Kellner CJ, Wachtler T (2016) Stimulus size dependence of induced hue changes. G-Node. doi: 10.12751/g-node.t6vbz9