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Color Processing for Color-Blind Individuals Using Smart Glasses

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In this paper we investigated image processing methods for color-blind individuals. In particular we experimentally verified color naming procedure, generation of maps with color perception differences for average observers and for dichromats, and two color transformation methods. In experiments 7 mobile devices were used: 3 smart glasses and 4 smartphones. User studies were performed with 38 average observers and 9 dichromats. Results proved that proposed methods maybe be useful for color-blind users, especially using smart glasses.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2015

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