Sylvia C. Pont

Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands 
"Sylvia Pont"
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Van Zuijlen MJP, Lin H, Bala K, et al. (2021) Materials In Paintings (MIP): An interdisciplinary dataset for perception, art history, and computer vision. Plos One. 16: e0255109
Di Cicco F, van Zuijlen MJP, Wijntjes MWA, et al. (2021) Soft like velvet and shiny like satin: Perceptual material signatures of fabrics depicted in 17th century paintings. Journal of Vision. 21: 10
Di Cicco F, Wijntjes MWA, Pont SC. (2020) If painters give you lemons, squeeze the knowledge out of them. A study on the visual perception of the translucent and juicy appearance of citrus fruits in paintings. Journal of Vision. 20: 12
van Zuijlen MJP, Pont SC, Wijntjes MWA. (2020) Painterly depiction of material properties. Journal of Vision. 20: 7
Zhang F, de Ridder H, Barla P, et al. (2020) Effects of light map orientation and shape on the visual perception of canonical materials. Journal of Vision. 20: 13
Pont SC. (2019) Light: Toward a Transdisciplinary Science of Appearance and Atmosphere. Annual Review of Vision Science
Zhang F, de Ridder H, Barla P, et al. (2019) A systematic approach to testing and predicting light-material interactions. Journal of Vision. 19: 11
Di Cicco F, Wijntjes MWA, Pont SC. (2019) Understanding gloss perception through the lens of art: Combining perception, image analysis, and painting recipes of 17th century painted grapes. Journal of Vision. 19: 7
Kartashova T, Ridder Hd, Pas St, et al. (2019) A toolbox for volumetric visualization of light properties Lighting Research & Technology. 51: 838-857
Zhang F, de Ridder H, Pont SC. (2018) Asymmetric perceptual confounds between canonical lightings and materials. Journal of Vision. 18: 11
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