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Section 4.2: Other Eyes in the Animal Kingdom (Wesley, 2001)

photoreceptor cells of the retina, are sensitive to light, but not colour. They will send messages to the brain in dim light while the cones (which detect color) do not. Therefore, in dim light everything appears in shades of grey. I Can I can explain the similarities and differences between human and animal eyes. http://micheleborba.com/blog/michele-borba-blog-8-simple-secrets-to/


Chapter 1 the human. Information i/o … – visual, auditory, haptic, movement Information stored in memory – sensory, short-term, long-term Information.

human capabilities Each person is different Vision Two stages in vision physical reception of stimulus processing and interpretation of stimulus The Eye - physical reception mechanism for receiving light and transforming it into electrical energy light reflects from objects images are focused upside-down on retina retina contains rods for low light vision and cones for colour/ and logical validity clash … e.g.Some people are babies Some babies cry Inference - Some people cry Correct? People bring world /


Sensation and Perception CHAPTER 4. Difference between Sensation and Perception Sensation is the stimulation of sense organs ◦i.e. absorbing energy from.

eye ◦Blind spot – images that fall on this spot cannot be seen The Eye Visual Receptors ◦Rods ◦Plays a key role in night vision and peripheral vision ◦Cones ◦Plays a key role in daylight vision and colour/in a representation of the real world Two Kinds of Stimuli 1. Distal stimuli o Stimuli that lies in the distance (in the world outside the body) o These/ is the only sense, therefore, that is not routed through the thalamus ◦Humans can distinguish among about 10,000 odours, but for some reason have a hard/


Chapter 3 Data Representation

is to represent enough of the world to satisfy our computational needs and our senses of sight and sound. Analog and Digital Information Information can be represented /colours. So there are 323 (or 215) possible colours. This is a total of 32,768 different colours. TrueColor uses eight bits for each colour component. 28* 28* 28 = 224 or 16,777,216 colours. Some monitors can use as many as 32 bits for colour depth. This is potentially 4,294,967,296 colours! Representing Images and Graphics The human eye/


Upper KS2 Autumn – Year A.

their findings through writing, display and presentation? Can they explain how light travels? Can they explain how the human eye sees objects? Can they explain how different colours of light can be created? Can they use and explain how simple optical instruments work/ be important to us all? KS2 Geography: locate the world’s countries, using maps to focus on South America and concentrating on their environmental regions, key physical and human characteristics. WOW: Show some film clips of the rainforests LC1/


Your vision and optical illusions - A story about the most important sense and the way we use it.

find the photoreceptors termed cones and rods. The human eye has 3 kinds of cones to detect red, green and blue colours. We mix these 3 colours to produce all the other colours we are able to see. Defective cones result in colour-blindness, which is mostly seen/ to create fake images. Can these constructions be made in the real world ? Shades and colours can fool the brain ! The horses have the same colour – it is the background that differs. A and B are the same grey – the shadow cheats you. The brain /


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LENGTH (INCLUDING LONG MANE) AND COLOUR And this one was bred and lived in a hot climate ALL THE STRIPES ONE CAN THINK OF ! No, no zebra ancestry ! NOT ONLY STRIPES AND BELLY COLOURS, AS WELL AS EYE RINGS AND PALE MUZZLE ARE COMMON, but/ PHYSICAL TRAITS: Strength BEHAVIOURAL TRAITS: As for both cart-pulling and mountaineering, but also calmness in the presence of strange humans, especially children OR IN A CART, COMPLETE WITH VIDEOS AND PLAYER DEALING WITH OTHER ANIMALS PHYSICAL TRAITS: Speed ? Large size/


Color. Object color formation Body Reflected Light (object colour) Incident Light Material surface Absorption Scattering Colorant Material body Surface.

lightReflected light  ( )  ( ) Observer/sensor sensitivity f Eye Response (cones only) Camera Response   ( ) Reflected light/) and luminance (the amount of gray ) closely to human perception Colorfulness is the difference between a colour and gray/and therefore device dependent and non-linear – Appropriate only for moderate luminance levels. Real world environments are not suitably represented in this space HSV HSL HSI (Hue component) – Invariant under the orientation of the object to the illumination and/


Colour vision János Schanda Virtual Environments and Imaging Technologies Laboratory University of Pannonia.

Brightness/lightness evaluation Hue & colourfulness evaluation Hue & colourfulness evaluation The eye The structure of the eye The human eye Fovea: only cones, covered by the macula lutea, yellow pigmentation. Foveola: central parto of fovea, only L and M cones, blue colour blind. Artist’s view of the structure of the foveal retina Light perception Imaging the exterior world on the retina Imaging the exterior world on the retina The retina/


Sensation and Perception

colour; the visual experience related to the complexity of light waves. ©1999 Prentice Hall Sensation & Perception 4/15/2017 What We See Hue Brightness Saturation ©1999 Prentice Hall Sensation & Perception 4/15/2017 An Eye on the World Cornea Protects eye and /15/2017 An Eye on the World Retina Neural tissue lining the back of the eyeball’s interior, which contains the receptors for vision. Rods Visual receptors that respond to dim light. Cones Visual receptors involved in colour vision. Most humans have 3 /


Language and Cultural Meaning A man who waits for a roast duck to fly into his mouth must wait a very, very long time.

colour spectrum, is a continuum, each colour blends gradually into the next;  But we impose boundaries; and talk of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.  these discriminations are arbitrary and are different in other languages  The physiology of our eyes is essentially the same.  All normal humans/ which we view and think about the world  Strong determinism language actually determines thought, that language and thought are identical.  Weak determinism thought and behaviour are merely /


Chapter 3 Data Representation. 2 Data and Computers Computers are multimedia devices, dealing with many categories of information. Computers store, present,

is to represent enough of the world to satisfy our computational needs and our senses of sight and sound. 4 Analog and Digital Information Information can be /colours! 42 Representing Images and Graphics The human eye is able to distinguish about 200 intensity levels in each of the three primaries red, green, and blue. All in all, up to 10 million different colours can be distinguished. So modern monitors are examples of solutions without a problem.  If the human eye can distinguish only 10 million colours/


Lecture 15 James Joyce. Modernism Modernism (1) The rise of modernist movement (1) The rise of modernist movement Modernism rose out of skepticism and.

and trivial men with splitting personalities, disillusioned ideals, sordid minds and broken families, who are searching in vain for harmonious human relationships and spiritual sustenance in a decaying world/curtain, over which the words Caf é Chantant were written in coloured lamps, two men were counting money on a salver. I/and derided by vanity; and my eyes burned with anguish and anger. Gazing up into the darkness I saw myself as a creature driven and derided by vanity; and my eyes burned with anguish and/


Aakaasaat patitati toyam Yadha gachchati saagaram All in ONE and ONE in All Sarva daeva namaskaarah Kesavam prati gachchati Part Two.

pair of feet is brilliantly lustrous with the red lac dye. They are most delightful to the eye. I surrender my ego at this pair of feet. (My obeisance to them) 85 I surrender/and Indra are functioning as the four legs of your resting cot (the world). Lord Parama Siva is the white lustrous pseudo blanket (sky) covering Your body. Though He is pure white and crystalline in colour/ and respect. That is the reason surely, evens the celestials such as Indra etc., though endowed with matchless super human powers/


Chapter 3 Data Representation. 2 Data and Computers Computers are multimedia devices, dealing with many categories of information. Computers store, present,

is to represent enough of the world to satisfy our computational needs and our senses of sight and sound. 4 Analog and Digital Information Information can be /colours! 50 Representing Images and Graphics The human eye is able to distinguish about 200 intensity levels in each of the three primaries red, green, and blue. All in all, up to 10 million different colours can be distinguished. So modern monitors are examples of solutions without a problem.  If the human eye can distinguish only 10 million colours/


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c) Web Page - A document on the World Wide Web. Usually, a Web page contains links to /Nice conclusion and emphasis on the subject Always talk of humanity, ethics and quality Conclusion tallies with the introduction and the body/ are unnecessary Font is too small Colours are illogical Title is missing Shading is distracting Spelling and Grammar Proof your slides for: –/What is Communication? Nonverbal Communication -body language -eye contact Importance of Communication Class Presentations Field Research/


Wembury Primary New Curriculum Overview Year 1 Recommended: Greetings My name is.. Class instructions Rhymes Songs Colours Recommended: Greetings My name.

Colours English Mathematics SEE ATTACHED SHEET Science Art & DesignGeography Music Physical Education Biology Plants identify and name a variety of common wild and garden plants, including deciduous and evergreen trees identify and describe the basic plant parts, including trees (roots, stem, leaves, flower etc). Animals including Humans identify and/of Greek life and achievements and their influence on the western world Music Physical Education Computing Sound/Movement/Sensors Design and write simple /


Vision Psychology 2606. Some introductory thoughts Sensory world in general is basically a representation of the real world Sensory world in general is.

together basically seamlessly to form our visual world This all comes together basically seamlessly to form our visual world Vision Like any sensory process, vision converts/ brightness Intensity determines brightness Light enters the eye through the cornea and the pupil Light enters the eye through the cornea and the pupil Pupil size regulated by iris /spot! Gotta love the retina Cones are for fine detail and colour Cones are for fine detail and colour Cones only really work in the light Cones only really /


UNIT-I Digital Image Fundamentals and Transforms 1.

Lights of the World data set –Global inventory of human settlement –Not hard to imagine the kind of analysis that might be done using this data Examples: Industrial Inspection Human operators are expensive, slow and unreliable Make machines / Object Recognition Problem Domain Colour Image Processing Image Compression Components of an image processing system Elements of Visual Perception- Structure of Human Eye Distribution of Cones and Rods in the Retina Structure of human eye Cornea-tough transparent tissue/


Of Mice And Men by John Steinbeck The Ultimate Revision Ppt!!!

animals foreshadow the deaths of humans. For example, Lennie kills the puppy because he does not know his own strength, and this is followed later by / spine.” This creates sympathy for Crooks as he is not only segregated by colour but is disabled...yet he still has to do manual labour. About Crooks /eyes and sharp, strong features” “everything about him was defined” “Give me a good whore house an’ no … messes.” “ It looks kinda scummy” “Guys like us, that work on ranches, are the loneliest guys in the world/


Sensory Perception in Autism: Experiencing the World the Autism Way Olga Bogdashina.

food, shoes, chairs and strange human voices. Each one challenged me by putting in front of me a new situation for me to face and understand” (Tito) Any change destroys Gestalt and brings confusion and fear Gestalt perception  Resistance/distorted depth and space perception Seeing 2D world Double vision Distortions of shape, size, movement, etc. Visual distortions “No one guessed that my eyes picked up different signals from the light, shade, colour and movement… I basically emphasised folds and depths… So/


Creative and Media Introduction to Film Language: Mise En Scene.

human body in full. The full shot shows the character and a minimal amount of the locale. 4.Medium shot--shows the human figure from the knees or waist up. 5.Close-up--concentrates on a relatively small object and/ and the shot, but she will metaphorically add some "colour" to his life. Subsidiary Contrasts After taking in the dominant, where does the eye /Signified: Signified: characters are focused on each other, not the outside world. Character Proxemics How much space is there between the characters? The /


Plants in complimentary and traditional systems of medicine.

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and distance from eye) Visual acuity is ability to perceive detail (limited) Brightness Subjective reaction to levels of light Affected by luminance of object Colour Made up of hue, intensity, saturation Cones sensitive to colour /between system and the real world User control and freedom Consistency and standards Error prevention Recognition rather than recall Flexibility and efficiency of use Aesthetic and minimalist design Help users recognize, diagnose and recover from errors Help and documentation Ch/


Plants in complimentary and traditional systems of medicine.

of the patients eyes, particularly its colour (for anaemia or jaundice), tongue (for any deposition, etc) and skin (for rashes), Visual examination of the patients eyes, particularly its colour (for anaemia or jaundice), tongue (for any deposition, etc) and skin (for /with development and progress of human civilization. Thus it can be said that traditional medicine has survived the test of time and is still practised allover the world.So traditional medicine has enough scientific basis and credibility can /


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a little penguin who is unhappy living in his black- and-white world, because all he dreams of are colours. All alone, he sets off on an adventure to find colours. Along the way, he encounters new friends(polar animals and people), but also great danger. Will he realize his / Gigi smiled, vainly trying to catch his eye. He guided Máire to the door, aware Gigi was speaking, but at a pitch too low for a normal human to hear. He didn’t care to listen. Until Irish stiffened and came to an abrupt halt. Máire /


Comedy after Shakespeare Does not take up S.s "romance", but follows Ben Jonsons model which is, in his own words: In the early comedies, folly and vice.

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An Introduction To English Lexicology. What will we learn in this course? The relations between language, linguistics and lexicology 1) What is language/linguistics/lexicology?

is much more direct and observable. Words borrowed from Old French: beef (buef/boef) pork (porc) bacon (bacon) beauty (beaute) music (musique) color or colour (colour) paint (peintier) /it has a lot of abstract meanings. Chapter 4 The Changing English Vocabulary 1) The world is made of matter. 2) The matter in your essay is good. 3) /above the eyes and below the hair Chapter 5 Word-formation in English G. Prefixes of time and order: ex- The prefix ex- means ‘former.’It combines freely with human nouns. /


What is the Territory of the Brand?

Colours Essence Brand Logo Simple logo, designed to fit both eyes Mercedes three star Logos with a horizontal bias Logo with a horizontal bias is esp. useful for retail brands Logo font has to be clear and/ People Tapping into what turns people on. Culturally, communally, individually Pepsi World Cup, India: Indians are more street smart than an average white bloke/perceived to be dangerous to health of heart WWF Tiger Conservation, China: Human life was more important than tiger’s. Work with logic that loss/


Optics, Fibre Optics, and Lasers

important source of information about the external world. It has been estimated that about 70% of a persons sensory input is obtained through the eye. The three components of vision are the stimulus, which is light; the optical components of the eye, which image the light; and the nervous system, which processes and interprets the visual images Introduction The human eye is roughly a sphere, approximately 2/


Communications & Multimedia Lab

Societies (partial list): Smithsonian Computer World Award, 1996 AM Turing Award,/ Kinect Specs Sensor Colour and depth-sensing lenses Voice/Human factors part 2 Sensing equilibrium and head rotation: (human ears) the semicircular ducts (半規管) are sensitive enough to detect angular acceleration of 1 degree per second squared. Communications & Multimedia Lab Communications & Multimedia Lab Motion sickness In boat rides Driving in mountain roads Inconsistent sensing of eyes and ears (semi-circular ducts), and/


Chapter 3 Data Representation

is to represent enough of the world to satisfy our computational needs and our senses of sight and sound. Analog and Digital Information Information can be represented /colours. So there are 323 (or 215) possible colours. This is a total of 32,768 different colours. TrueColor uses eight bits for each colour component. 28* 28* 28 = 224 or 16,777,216 colours. Some monitors can use as many as 32 bits for colour depth. This is potentially 4,294,967,296 colours! Representing Images and Graphics The human eye/


Visual communications

for the differences in range of electromagnetic radiation detected Animal Range Reasons Humans 380 - 750 nm Active during the day, colour vision important to distinguish food and to gain information about the environment Pit viper 400 - 850 nm /world usually called binocular vision or sometimes even referred to as stereoscopic vision. Depth perception results from having forward facing eyes. This produces an overlap between the view from left and the view from the right eye. The images formed by both eyes/


DIGITAL GRAPHICS M/601/6630 Unit 27

more light. Like the pupil in a human eye, the aperture on a camera controls light. It does so by closing up to restrict light, and opening up to let it through. Brightness is/ density means time to print, 4 times the colour depth so 4 times the time. Most laser printers are black and white and colour lasers are more expensive, 4 times the price /, the image needs to handle an object in a 3D world, calculate the location, the perspective, the shadowing and lighting, to do this through the CPU is slower than/


Studio Arts Exam Feedback. Looking at the questions and reading them carefully Question One Analyse- to examine critically and break down into small parts-

Turner in particular believed in nature’s superiority over human ingenuity and he used light as a metaphor for the power of God Style/distinctiveness- example Turner tried to paint the world in the way that he wanted the world to be– wild, free, passionate and churning with Gods abundant light and raw, emotional man’s dazzling colour There is not a lot of detail in this/


Sensation and Perception Chapter 3. Basic Definitions  Sensation is the process in which the sense organ’s receptor cells are stimulated and relay information.

s motivation, criterion set by the observer, and background noise The Visual System  Humans derive more information through sight than any other sense  Light that is visible to the human eye is a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum/objects themselves do not possess colourColour is determined by how the eyes and brain interpret reflected wavelengths of light Colour Vision  One psychological dimension of colour is hue  A different hue is associated with each wavelength Colour Vision  A second /


June 25 2009Prof. Heikki Kälviäinen et al., ImageRet Project1 IMAGERET Detection and Decision-Support Diagnosis of Diabetic Retinopathy Using Machine Vision.

eyes, and it can also cause cardiovascular diseases. Diabetes is a common and rapidly increasing disease: – For example, 500 000 Finns (10 % of the population) are having Type 1 (in Finland the most common in the world/Framework – Training Uneven illumination. Colour distortions. Imaging related. Eye related. Imaging noise. Colour. Texture. Shape. June 25/ImageRet Project37 Method Development So Far Automatic image analysis in human supervision is possible. Possible applications. –Medical diagnosis assistance/


Race and Racism.

struck explorers most forcefully were differences in physical appearance particularly skin colour An early distinction emerged between those who had black skin as opposed to had /and explaining natural and social phenomena and to place the world’s peoples into natural schemes a drive was underway to map and explain a similar order in the natural and social worlds. Linneaus Systemae Naturae, 1758 Formal Human Classification Linneaus Systemae Naturae, 1758 Europeaeus White; muscular; hair – long, flowing; eyes/


Digital Image Fundamentals

color. Transparency is a powerful feature because it better models real world entities. Consider a digital image of a tinted window. Questions How/vary Short wavelength Long wavelength The Human Eye… has Cones and Rods (like nerves) that can detect different wavelengths of light… and send signals to the brain./M+Y = purplish brown). How do you get White with RGB? Complementary Colours 170–171 Complementary Colours Subtract additive primary from white gives its complement Equivalently, add other two additive /


Human Abilities: Perception James Landay John Kelleher.

the capabilities and limitations of that person How humans perceive the world around them How humans store and process information and solve problems How humans physically manipulate/ blue other colors are perceived by combining stimulation Wavelengths not ‘coloured’ Color results from interaction with nervous system Different wavelengths focused / shapes 18 Focus Different wavelengths of light focused at different distances behind eye’s lens need for constant refocusing  ? causes fatigue careful about color/


Human Abilities: Cognition

constancy relies on cues - overlapping objects, size and height of object, familiarity with object. Vision (2/3) Brightness Colour Visual Processing Subjective quantity; affected by luminance; / from… Washington State University School of EECS CptS 443 - Human Computer Interaction Long Term Memory The Human World-Wide Web Two types Representations episodic - events, organized temporally / From fact to the action that caused it Totalled car Black eye 4.0 GPA Smile/frown Core dump Phone ring Problem Solving /


Visual Perception. Sensation Stimuli from the outside world is detected by sensory receptors found in out our sensory organs. Sensation is the stimulation.

and amplitude Electromagnetic energy travels in waves and therefore has different wavelengths, frequecies and amplitudes. We see different wavelengths/freuencies as different colours. We see different amplitudes as different intensities of light. Structures of the Human Eye /Psychological factors influence how to perceive the world. These factors include past experience, context, culture, motivation and emotion. The way that we perceive and interpret events is subjective and personal. We have a readiness to/


Chapter 3 Data Representation. 2 Data and Computers Computers are multimedia devices, dealing with many categories of information. Computers store, present,

is to represent enough of the world to satisfy our computational needs and our senses of sight and sound. 4 Analog and Digital Information Information can be /colours! 44 Representing Images and Graphics The human eye is able to distinguish about 200 intensity levels in each of the three primaries red, green, and blue. All in all, up to 10 million different colours can be distinguished. So modern monitors are examples of solutions without a problem.  If the human eye can distinguish only 10 million colours/


Communications & Multimedia Lab

to interactively communicate. Augmented Reality   a type of virtual reality in which synthetic stimuli are registered with and superimposed on real-world objects; often used to make information otherwise imperceptible to human senses perceptible. Communications & Multimedia Lab Communications & Multimedia Lab Terminologies Used Virtual Environment Micro Worlds Virtual Worlds Telepresence Virtual Reality Communications & Multimedia Lab Communications & Multimedia Lab V.R. Conditions to Meet I. Sutherland/


1 Date of Prep March 2015 L.GB.01.2014.4924b Central retinal vein occlusion Current understanding and approaches to treatment Prescribing information can.

and rubeotic glaucoma Loss of eye in severe cases McAllister IL. Clin Exp Ophthalmol. 2012;40:48-58. Non-ischaemic CRVO right posterior pole. Multiple haemorrhages in all 4 quadrants, tortuous veins, absence of cotton wool spots suggests well-perfused non-ischaemic CRVO. Image courtesy of Mr Simon Kelly, Bolton UK. Ischaemic CRVO: swollen disk on colour/human fusion protein 1 –Human VEGF-R1 and VEGF-R2 domains and human IgG1 Fc Traps all VEGF-A isoforms and/, n (%) North America Rest of world 95 (83.3) 19 (16/


Unit 7 Health and safety Unit 8 William Shakespeare Unit 9 It’s a small world Unit 4 People and their lives Unit 5 Ernest Hemingway Unit 6 Tomorrow’s.

studio today, so lets have our first question. Caller 1 :Hello, my question is, can humans catch bird flu? Expert : Hello. The short answer to your question is "Yes". In fact/ London eye National assembly Opera House Louvre River Thames Narrator : One Jane: I like living in London, but its also one of the most expensive cities in the world. And what / few cars on the citys roads. The government puts signs of seven different colours on all Mexican cars. So people with green signs could not drive their cars/


Perception. It’s not as Easy as it Looks Sensation and Perception Sensation  The process through which the senses pick up visual, auditory, and other.

movement of:  the eyes,  the head,  position,  the changing light. What would happen if we relied only on retinal images for visual perception? Keeping the world constant If we relied only on retinal images for visual perception we would always be:  conscious of people growing physically bigger when they came closer,  objects changing their shapes whenever we moved, andcolours changing with every shift/


PHY205H1F Summer Physics of Everyday Life Class 10: Colour, Optics Color in Our World Mixing Colored Light Why the Sky Is Blue Why Sunsets Are Red Law.

Colour, Optics Color in Our World Mixing Colored Light Why the Sky Is Blue Why Sunsets Are Red Law of Reflection Virtual Image Formation Image Reversal Concave Mirrors Diffuse Reflection Refraction Total Internal Reflection Lenses Recall from Chapters 25 and/ the human eye. Use both eyes, stare/eye for 10 seconds without tilting your head. What colour is the afterimage bird? A.red B.orange C.yellow D.green E.None of the above Bird Was Blue Additive Primary Colours (light bulbs) and Subtractive Primary Colours/


Slide 1 of 56 Warm up Questions: QUESTION: Are the following fonts serif or san serif? A.Hello World – Arial Black B.Hello World – Century Gothic C.Hello.

 Unix Fortune Slide 3 of 56 Overview of Today’s Topics Announcements Representing/Encoding our World Binary System Converting Analog Data to Digital Data Sampling Images Quantizing Images Black and White, Colour Images Slide 4 of 56 Announcements Lab 2 is long, it will likely take you the/915,2008.5” by 6.4” Digital Camera Stats Thus, a camera with more megapixels can print a larger image without the human eye detecting a loss of quality. If you just want to print 4” by 6” images, you don’t need much more /


Unit Two: Who am I? Psychology 20. Learning Objectives Knowledge To understand how thoughts, feelings and behaviours of people are influenced by the actual,

world? Your senses gather information about the world by detecting forms of energy, such as sound, light, heat and physical pressure. Specifically, your eyes detect light energy, your ears detect the energy of sound, and your skin detects the energy of heat and pressure. Humans depend primarily on vision, hearing and/ and conduct a survey investigating people’s attitudes toward E.S.P. Colour and psychology Design and conduct a research study investigating the effects of colour on emotions. What colours do/


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