Abstract

We present an experimental method to determine color appearance shifts under high-dynamic-range conditions. A couple of light booths with variable luminance provide high-dynamic-range luminance conditions, and a perceptual color shift between the two booths is determined using color appearance matching. For red, green, yellow, and blue groups of four surface color samples, color shifts were measured for nine subjects under a dual illumination at background luminance levels of $100\,\,{{\rm cd/m}^2}$ and $4700\,\,{{\rm cd/m}^2}$. We observed significant perceptual hue shifts toward blue with magnitudes of 2.5 to 3.9 and 5.0 to 6.9 CIELAB units, for the red and green samples, respectively, and decreases in chroma for most samples when changed from low to high luminances.

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