||Vision with equiluminant colour contrast: II. A large-scale technique and observations.
Describes a technique for producing large-scale tritanopic displays. Evidence is presented from research that evaluated the perception of binocular and monocular depth cues in tritanopic, near-equiluminous scenes. The technique reproduced the various phenomena of vision with equiluminous-color contrast that have been reported with red/green stimuli. It was, however, much less demanding technically, robust against artifacts, and usable on large-scale scenes. One advantage of the technique is that a piece of blue filter can be used individually by each observer to compare quickly tritanopic and luminance conditions. Another advantage is that it can be used on real scenes by interposing the equiluminizing curtain between the audience and the scene. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA, all rights reserved)