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Feb. 22, 2017




 

 

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JOV

Do you remember the popular image of "the dress" that circulated widely on the internet two years ago? People saw different colors in the dress (white-gold, blue-black, and blue-brown were among the most commonly reported); some reported that the colors of the dress changed with continued viewing. The science behind the phenomenon is being explored in JOV: A Dress Rehearsal for Vision Science, a special collection addressing human color perception. More papers will be added as they are published.

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