This page provides links to a variety of other sites according to category. The categories attempt to group the sites by area of interest and level of applicability to research.General interest
There are a large number of additional sites on the World Wide Web. Many of these are only lecture notes provided by an instructor or transcribed by a student for use in an entry level course containing a section on vision. Some are more specific short papers discussing a specific facet of vision and relying on a "floating model". Both of these classes generally quote the conventional wisdom related to vision. Such sites are not included here.
Munsell Color Lab. at the University of Rochester, NY.
The Color Vision Laboratory in the Psychology Department of the University of California, Irvine.
Extensive references and figures provided by Earl F. Glynn II of Overland Park Kansas. All based on conventional wisdom.
Stephen F. Austin State University at Nacogdoches, Texas. Excellent site for color versions of common spectrums. Also many links, some dead, related to mathematical manipulation of color information
The Colour Group (Great Britain) An informal Society supported by the Dept. of Optometry, City University of London
The Joy of Visual Perception An introductory text by Peter Kaiser. It is being distributed via the INTERNET.
How to Measure Color An introductory but comprehensive pamphlet by BYK-GArdner on the measurement of color in the industrial environment.
COLOR-TEC home page A commercial site with a glossary of photometric and colorimetric terms as used in the commercial field.
International Organisation for Standardisation or ISO
Commission International de l'Eclairage CIE or ICI (archaic)
International Electrotechnical Commission or IEC
Inter-Society Color Council An American organization coordinating discussion in the color arena.
Suggestions for additions to this list are welcome.
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