This work examines a broad spectrum of the latest topics in visual science, relating basic studies to applications and delineating points of intersection among the various disciplines that study the mechanisms of vision. It discusses, among other topics: the Purkinje-image eyetracker; the principles of high-definition television; and the role of stabilized-image technology in revealing how eye movements control both luminous and chromatic perceptions.
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Optics In Vision. The Purkinje-Image Eyetracker, Image Stabilization, and Related Forms of Stimulus Manipulation. Eye Movements and Contrast Sensitivity. Chromatic-Achromatic Multiplexing in Human Colour Vision. Time, Colour, and Phase. The Molecular Genetics of Human Colour Vision - From Nucleotides to Nanometers. Circular Targets and How They Grew. Topographical Mapping In Primate Visual Cortex - History, Anatomy, and Computation. Colour Science and the Graphic Arts. Real-Time Display Systems, Present and Future.