• A Model of Visual Opacity for Translucent Colorants 

      Midtfjord, Helene B.; Green, Philip John; Nussbaum, Peter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Potential methods for predicting the visual impression of the opacity of translucent white ink were evaluated. An experiment was conducted to collect visual data for white ink coatings on three different substrates: white ...
    • Chromatic adaptation in colour management 

      Green, Philip John; Habib, Tanzima (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Chromatic adaptation transforms are used to predict corresponding colours viewed under a different adapting illuminant. In colour management it is often necessary to apply such a transform in order to achieve a ...
    • Color appearance processing using iccMAX 

      Derhak, Max; Green, Philip John; Conni, Michele (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      ICC.2:2017 is a revision to the next-generation colour management specification iccMAX that introduces new support for colour appearance processing. iccMAX includes a built-in colour appearance model IccCAM, together with ...
    • Fast chromatic adaptation transform utilizing Wpt (Waypoint) based spectral reconstruction 

      Derhak, Maxim W.; Luo, Eric Lin; Green, Philip John (Chapter, 2020)
      Burns previously showed that a chromatic adaptation transform (CAT) implemented using spectral reconstruction with lightness preserving produces comparable predictive results of corresponding color data sets as optimized ...
    • The impact of surface properties on photovoltaics' colour angular sensitivity: A comparison study for façade integration 

      Xiang, Changying; Green, Philip John; Matusiak, Barbara Szybinska (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Façade integrated photovoltaics are a promising way to employ renewable energy technology in the built environment. The colours of façade integrated photovoltaics are essential to the overall aesthetic quality of buildings, ...
    • Methods for psychophysical assessment of colour difference by observers with a colour vision deficiency 

      Kvitle, Anne Kristin; Oddløkken, Henrik; Green, Philip John; Nussbaum, Peter (Chapter, 2018)
    • New gamut boundary target for defining the colour gamut of a printing system 

      Green, Philip John; Revie, Craig (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      A new test target for defining the gamut boundary of a printing device is described, which results in a list of vertices on the boundary and the set of triangular faces that connect them. When used in conjunction with an ...
    • Spectral estimation of chromatically adapted corresponding colors 

      Habib, Syeda Tanzima; Green, Philip John (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This paper reviews the estimation of spectral reflectance for corresponding colors in XYZ color space, including both corresponding color data sets and chromatically adapted colorimetry. For use in color management workflows, ...
    • Spectral filter array cameras as a diagnostic skin imaging tool 

      Bauer, Jacob Renzo (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2020:55, Doctoral thesis, 2020)
      Skin is the human’s largest organ and has many vital functions including protection from pathogens, temperature regulation, touch sensation, vitamin D synthesis and protecting the water inside the body. It does not only ...