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1 Mesopic vision model and its application János Schanda Virtual Environments and Imaging Technologies Laboratory University of Pannonia

2 Overview Mesopic vision fundamentals Mesopic vision fundamentals The five photosensitive cells in the human retina The five photosensitive cells in the human retina Luminance type and brightness type description Luminance type and brightness type description The CIE TC 1-69 mesopic model The CIE TC 1-69 mesopic model Examples of application Examples of application

3 Luminance levels

4 Mesopic vision Classical interpretation Classical interpretation Daylight: photopic – cones Daylight: photopic – cones Dark adaptation: scotopic – rods Dark adaptation: scotopic – rods Twilight vision: mesopic – cones + rods Twilight vision: mesopic – cones + rods Present day knowledge Present day knowledge Foveal vision: photopic Foveal vision: photopic Pupil diameter: intrinsically photosensitive Retinal Ganglion Cells (ipRGC)? Pupil diameter: intrinsically photosensitive Retinal Ganglion Cells (ipRGC)? Difference between perception and detection Difference between perception and detection

5 Spectral responsivity of light sensitive cells in the human retina 5 3 types of cones, rods and ipRGCs (Cirk.-Gall)

6 Perception and detection Perception: Perception: seeing details, perceiving brightness seeing details, perceiving brightness all 3 cone types & rods all 3 cone types & rods + ipRGC (?) + ipRGC (?) slower slower Detection: Detection: only L & M cones + rods luminance like signal only L & M cones + rods luminance like signal fast fast

7 Colour perception

8 Historic overview The two stumbling blocks of mesopic photometry: The two stumbling blocks of mesopic photometry: Purkinje shift Purkinje shift rod and cone interaction rod and cone interaction transition from cone to rod sp.resp. differs from Purkinje shift transition from cone to rod sp.resp. differs from Purkinje shift Helmhotz-Kohlrausch effect Helmhotz-Kohlrausch effect difference between luminance and brightness difference between luminance and brightness

9 Early investigations Fovea: only cones Fovea: only cones Luminance like: rapid, contrast Luminance like: rapid, contrast Brightness + colour: slower mechanism Brightness + colour: slower mechanism Peripheric vision: rods + cones Peripheric vision: rods + cones In mesopic the influence of rods increases In mesopic the influence of rods increases

10 Early investigations Brightness description: Brightness description: Kokoschka 3 conew + rods Kokoschka 3 conew + rods Sagawa brightness model Sagawa brightness model Contrast threshold investigations Contrast threshold investigationsNon-linear! Reaction time based models Reaction time based models aV( )+(1-a)V’( ) aV( )+(1-a)V’( )

11 Spectral responsivity at different luminance levels Walters & Wright : Proc. Roy. Soc Walters & Wright : Proc. Roy. Soc At low mesopic levels first a shoulder is found at longer wavelength At low mesopic levels first a shoulder is found at longer wavelength At mid-mesopic a transition from rod to cone takes place: broadening of curve At mid-mesopic a transition from rod to cone takes place: broadening of curve At high mesopic narrowing to V(l) is found At high mesopic narrowing to V(l) is found

12 Spectral responsivity at different luminance levels Kinney clearly identifies in 1955 that at high mesopic and photopic levels brightness sensitivity has a multi bump nature Kinney clearly identifies in 1955 that at high mesopic and photopic levels brightness sensitivity has a multi bump nature

13 CIE 1963 mesopic spectral sensitivities

14 Brightness perception Observation Observation Coloured lights brighter that white (or yellow) Coloured lights brighter that white (or yellow) Influence of Influence of S cones S cones Rods, even in daylight Rods, even in daylight ipRGC, responsible also for the circadian rhythm ipRGC, responsible also for the circadian rhythm

15 Quantitative descriptions of mesopic luminance Equivalent luminance (CIE 1963): „The equivalent luminance of the field of an arbitrary spectral composition is the standard luminance of another field which has the colour temperature of 2042 K and which in particular photometric conditions seems to be equally bright to the first field.” Equivalent luminance (CIE 1963): „The equivalent luminance of the field of an arbitrary spectral composition is the standard luminance of another field which has the colour temperature of 2042 K and which in particular photometric conditions seems to be equally bright to the first field.”

16 Mesopic 2 function brightness scale Palmer (1966, 1967, 1968): Palmer (1966, 1967, 1968): Equivalent luminance (L) for large fields L(S,P)=(MS+P 2 )/(M+P) L(S,P)=(MS+P 2 )/(M+P)where: S: scotopic value S: scotopic value P: photopic (10°) value P: photopic (10°) value M parameter, 6.28  cd/m 2  for 15° field M parameter, 6.28  cd/m 2  for 15° field Other models used direct cone brightness functions (e.g. Ikeda & Shimozono, 1981; Nakano & Ikeda, 1986; Sagawa & Takeichi, 1983; modified Palmer formula) Other models used direct cone brightness functions (e.g. Ikeda & Shimozono, 1981; Nakano & Ikeda, 1986; Sagawa & Takeichi, 1983; modified Palmer formula)

17 Mesopic 4 function brightness Helmhotz-Kohlrausch effect: brightness non- additivity, influence of all three cone types Helmhotz-Kohlrausch effect: brightness non- additivity, influence of all three cone types Kokoschka model Kokoschka model Trezona – Clarke model Trezona – Clarke model Problem of transition between luminance type (photopic) and brightness type (scotopic) experimental data: Viénot et al. Problem of transition between luminance type (photopic) and brightness type (scotopic) experimental data: Viénot et al.

18 Kokoschka model where F x, F y, F z functions depend on luminance level, L 10 is photopic 10°luminance S is scotopic luminance X 10, Y 10, Z 10 are 10° tristimulus values

19 Mesopic models Lighting Research Center of North America system: Lighting Research Center of North America system: with 0,001 cd/m 2 < L mes < 0,6 cd/m 2 with 0,001 cd/m 2 < L mes < 0,6 cd/m 2 MOVE model, based on MOVE model, based on Ability to detect target Ability to detect target Speed of detection Speed of detection Ability to identify details of target Ability to identify details of target with soft transition to scotopic and photopic at 0,01 cd/m 2 < L mes < 10 cd/m 2 0,01 cd/m 2 < L mes < 10 cd/m 2

20 Kokoschka model functions and derived spectral luminous efficiency functions

21 Brightness/luminance discrepancy & rod/cone interaction + ipRGCs 1. In photopic regime one assumes: luminance to be a combination of the L- and M- cone signals luminance to be a combination of the L- and M- cone signals Brightness to be a combination of all three cone signals after a transformation into magno-, parvo- and conio-cellular signals Brightness to be a combination of all three cone signals after a transformation into magno-, parvo- and conio-cellular signals 2. In mesopic regime rod contribution has to be added. 3. Recently found ipRGCs have influence on pupillary reflex, influencing light reaching the retina

22 Photopic regime: brightness/luminance Magnocellular pathway: luminance like Magnocellular pathway: luminance like Brightness: all 3 channels Brightness: all 3 channels B=(L 2 +d 2 +t 2 ) 1/2 B=(L 2 +d 2 +t 2 ) 1/2 (Guth model) (Guth model) Influence of ipRGCs? Different brightness of metameric samples Influence of ipRGCs? Different brightness of metameric samples

23 Mesopic: rod contribution Two pathways for rod- cone interaction Two pathways for rod- cone interaction Classical: via rod bipolar (RB) and amacrine (RA) cells to cone bipolars (DCB & HCB) Classical: via rod bipolar (RB) and amacrine (RA) cells to cone bipolars (DCB & HCB) Direct pathway via gap junctions Direct pathway via gap junctions From Buck SL: Rod-cone interaction in human vision, The visual neuroscience

24 2 new CIE reports CIE supplementary system of photometry, CIE 200:2011 CIE supplementary system of photometry, CIE 200:2011 Recommended system for mesopic photometry based on visual performance, based on MOVE and X- models Recommended system for mesopic photometry based on visual performance, based on MOVE and X- models

25 Detection Traffic situation Traffic situation Detecting the presence of an obstacle Detecting the presence of an obstacle Rapid action necessary Rapid action necessary Can be approximated by and additive system Can be approximated by and additive system Abney’s law holds photometry possible Abney’s law holds photometry possible Should have smooth transition to photopic and scotopic at the two ends. Should have smooth transition to photopic and scotopic at the two ends.

26 Comparing the two systems Two lamps with S/P ratio: 0.65 and 1.65: difference of mesopic lum to photopic lum. in the two systems

27 CIE TC 1-58 system, 1 Compromise solution between the two experimental systems, main input data: Compromise solution between the two experimental systems, main input data: achromatic contrast achromatic contrast reaction time (see ball in windshield of virtual reality simulation) reaction time (see ball in windshield of virtual reality simulation)

28 CIE TC 1-58 system, 2 The system is not for visual performance : The system is not for visual performance : if chromatic channel signals are important: S/P ratio very higy or low if chromatic channel signals are important: S/P ratio very higy or low if target has narrow band spectral power distributions if target has narrow band spectral power distributions if brightness evaluation is required if brightness evaluation is required Mesopic limits: 0,005 cd/m 2 < L mes < 5 cd/m 2 Mesopic limits: 0,005 cd/m 2 < L mes < 5 cd/m 2 The TC 1-58 system is for adaptation luminance, i.e. background luminance, not for calculating mesopic luminance of target The TC 1-58 system is for adaptation luminance, i.e. background luminance, not for calculating mesopic luminance of target Foveal vision is photopic! Foveal vision is photopic!

29 Calculating mesopic luminance, 1 Photopic luminance Scotopic luminance Photopic luminance Scotopic luminance Mesopic luminance: Mesopic luminance: whereand V mes ( 0 )=V mes (555nm) m =1 if L mes >5.0 cd/m 2 m =0 if L mes <0.005 cd/m 2 M(m) is a normalizing constant: V mes,max =1

30 Calculating mesopic luminance, 2 m is calculated using iteration m is calculated using iteration Start with m 0 =0.5 Start with m 0 =0.5 Calculate L mes,n from L mes, n-1 : Calculate L mes,n from L mes, n-1 : where

31 V mes at different m values

32 Calculation from pavement illuminance Input data: Input data: Photopic luminance: L p Photopic luminance: L p Luminance coefficient of road surface (q=L/E) Luminance coefficient of road surface (q=L/E) S/P ratio of light source, where S/P ratio of light source, where and S( ) is the rel.sp. power distribution (SPD) of the lamp to be used

33 Calculation from pavement illuminance Calculate L p =qE Calculate L p =qE Calculate S/P and with L p determine L s Calculate S/P and with L p determine L s Calculate L mes,1 from with m 0 =0.5 Calculate L mes,1 from with m 0 =0.5 And do the iteration, usually 5 to 10 iterations are needed to get final L mes And do the iteration, usually 5 to 10 iterations are needed to get final L mes If Vmes is required, used If Vmes is required, used

34 Some examples q= and q= and q= q= Typical light source S/P values: Typical light source S/P values: S/P LPS0,25 HPS0,75 LED-2700K1,12 LED-4000K1,91

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38 Numeric evaluation

39 Visual acuity and lamp spectrum Transmission of eye media changes with age Transmission of eye media changes with age Test with cool-white and warm-white LEDs Test with cool-white and warm-white LEDs Young observers: < 30 years of age Young observers: < 30 years of age Old observers: > 65 years of age Old observers: > 65 years of age Reading Snellen table at 0.1 cd/m 2 and 1 cd/m 2 Reading Snellen table at 0.1 cd/m 2 and 1 cd/m 2

40 Visual acuity and lamp spectrum, results Young observers have less errors at 0,1 cd/m 2 under CW-LED Young observers have less errors at 0,1 cd/m 2 under CW-LED At 1 cd/m 2 the difference is not significant At 1 cd/m 2 the difference is not significant

41 Summary The mesopic photometry model is valid for background adaptation luminance The mesopic photometry model is valid for background adaptation luminance It refers to reaction time type of tasks, not brightness It refers to reaction time type of tasks, not brightness For foveal vision V( ) based metric (photopic photometry) is valid! For foveal vision V( ) based metric (photopic photometry) is valid! It is an experimental model for trial, has to be validated with real street lighting tests and accident simulations It is an experimental model for trial, has to be validated with real street lighting tests and accident simulations In preparing new recommendations spectral vision differences between young and old observers should be considered In preparing new recommendations spectral vision differences between young and old observers should be considered

42 Peter Kaisers vision of the future photometer in 1981 Modern image taking photometers are almost there Modern image taking photometers are almost there + info: + info: background background ipRGCs ipRGCs


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