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Applied Vision Research and Consulting (AVRC)provides services on utilizing the knowledge of visual perception and cognition in the design of innovative imaging products; we develop computational tools to simulate visual performance and visual image processing; and we offer easily accessible technical services for human factors and vision researchers. Please visit the Services site for details and contact us for further information and service needs.

Service Areas:
  • Consultation on visual perception, cognition, and human factors issues
  • Human visual performance data
  • Human vision models
  • Computational algorithms to simulate human visual performance on specific evaluation tasks
  • Vision-based Image Compression
  • Medical image perception
  • Image quality evaluation
  • Foveated image quality

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Online Applications:

We also develop web tools for users to perform image manipulation on a web browser, without the needs of installing and launching other softwares. The currently available tools are TweakImage and DisplayCal.  TweakImage includes functions to load, display, rotate, remove, rectangular crop, change contrast, and download images; and DisplayCal provides a rough estimate of  the gamma value for your display using a visual matching method. The estimated gamma value can be used to adjust the displayed images accordingly inside TweakImage. We appreciate your feedback on using these tools and suggestions on developing new functions and new tools.