Links to interesting websites related to vision and visual perception
At the time this list was assembled all these links worked. However, sometimes authors
change their URLs. If you find that a link does not work, please notify me and I will try to find out the
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Scientific organizations related to vision and perception
- Interesting video about The Origins of Human Color Vision; Jay Neitz, one of the most prominent color visual scientists is interviewed.
- Color Vision by Peter Gouras
- A wealth of technical Color
Science Information thanks to Mr. Earl F. Glynn II.
- Click on Dr. G. Huth for A New
Physics-Based Model For Light Interaction With The Retina of the Human Eye. Dr Huth's
model is untested, has not been peer
reviewed or published in the scientific literature. This website is not
for the scientific novice.
- Informative color demonstrations
by Dr. Hans Irtel..
An interesting extended exposition about rainbows from the Science Museum of
- Stroop Effect This website was made by Dr. Eric
H. Chudler, from the University of Washington. The Stroop Effect is
only one part of a larger website dealing with Neuroscience for Kids.
I highly recommend it. This is a good source for science projects.
How To Measure Color, by BYK Gardner USA
Vision care related websites
- Webvision A
beautifully illustrated, well documented, presentation of how the visual system
works, authored & edited by three first rate visual scientists, Drs. Helga Kolb, Eduardo Fernandez & Ralph Nelson,
Some chapters are written by contributor authors.
- Sensory Physiology A presentation from the
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
- Lance Hahn's Retina Reference
- Functional Retinal Morphology, by Ahnelt, Glosmann, Schubert &