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Design and prototypical implementation of a radiometrically calibrated light source to perform dark-light adaptation measurements of the human eye
Thesis title in Czech: Návrh a prototypová implementace radiometricky kalibrovaného světelného zdroje pro provádění adaptačních měření lidského oka na tmavé světlo
Thesis title in English: Design and prototypical implementation of a radiometrically calibrated light source to perform dark-light adaptation measurements of the human eye
Key words: adapatace oka na tmu|radiometrie|radiometric self-calibration|digitální fotoaparát|lidské oko
English key words: dark-light adaptation|radiometry|rediometric self-calibration|camera|human eye
Academic year of topic announcement: 2022/2023
Thesis type: Bachelor's thesis
Thesis language: angličtina
Department: Department of Software and Computer Science Education (32-KSVI)
Supervisor: Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Klaus Nindel, Ph.D.
Author: hidden - assigned and confirmed by the Study Dept.
Date of registration: 23.02.2023
Date of assignment: 27.02.2023
Confirmed by Study dept. on: 03.03.2023
Date and time of defence: 07.09.2023 09:00
Date of electronic submission:20.07.2023
Date of submission of printed version:20.07.2023
Date of proceeded defence: 07.09.2023
Opponents: Mgr. Matúš Goliaš
 
 
 
Guidelines
The main result of the thesis should be a temporal model of the human eye's dark-light adaptation, especially for the initial time period of ~30s. The student will conduct experiments using a suitable measurement apparatus that needs to be calibrated using radiometric measurements. The student can either design her own measurement apparatus, or find a suitable setup in the existing literature. The application of the model to a sequence of images, e.g. obtained from a physically-based renderer, should be used to illustrate the plausibility of the obtained results.
References
Matt Pharr, Wenzel Jakob, and Greg Humphreys. 2016. Physically Based Rendering: From Theory to Implementation (3rd ed.). Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc., San Francisco, CA, USA.

Luís Paulo Santos, Patrick Ledda, Alan Chalmers. 2004. A local model of eye adaptation for high dynamic range images

Shrinivas Pundlik1 and Gang Luo1, 2019. Preliminary Evaluation of a Mobile Device for Dark Adaptation Measurement
, translational vision science & technology

 
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