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Extending the Flicker Visibility Metric to a Range of Mean Luminance  (2015)
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We previously proposed a flicker visibility metric for bright displays, based on psychophysical data collected at a high mean luminance. Here we extend the metric to other mean luminances. This extension relies on a linear relation between log sensitivity and critical fusion frequency, and a linear relation between critical fusion frequency and log retinal illuminance. Consistent with our previous metric, the extended flicker visibility metric is measured in just-noticeable differences (JNDs).
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adaptation, contrast, flicker, light, sensitivity, temporal
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SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers, 46
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