Takuma Morimoto

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University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Area:
Colour Vision
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de Vries JP, Flachot A, Morimoto T, et al. (2023) A deep new look at color. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 46: e389
Morimoto T, Akbarinia A, Storrs K, et al. (2023) Color and gloss constancy under diverse lighting environments. Journal of Vision. 23: 8
Shiwen L, Morimoto T, Harris JM, et al. (2023) Task-dependent extraction of information from videos of iridescent and glossy samples. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 40: A160-A168
Ponting S, Morimoto T, Smithson HE. (2023) Modeling surface color discrimination under different lighting environments using image chromatic statistics and convolutional neural networks. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 40: A149-A159
Morimoto T, Yamauchi Y, Uchikawa K. (2023) Invariant categorical color regions across illuminant change coincide with focal colors. Journal of Vision. 23: 7
Morimoto T. (2022) Hyperspectral characterization of natural lighting environments. Progress in Brain Research. 273: 37-48
Morimoto T, Zhang C, Fukuda K, et al. (2022) Spectral measurement of daylights and surface properties of natural objects in Japan. Optics Express. 30: 3183
Morimoto T, Numata A, Fukuda K, et al. (2021) Luminosity thresholds of colored surfaces are determined by their upper-limit luminances empirically internalized in the visual system. Journal of Vision. 21: 3
Morimoto T, Kusuyama T, Fukuda K, et al. (2021) Human color constancy based on the geometry of color distributions. Journal of Vision. 21: 7
Morimoto T, Fukuda K, Uchikawa K. (2020) Explaining #theShoe based on the optimal color hypothesis: The role of chromaticity vs. luminance distribution in an ambiguous image. Vision Research. 178: 117-123
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