Conference Presentation

International Conference

[21] Takuma Morimoto, João M.M. Linhares, Sérgio M.C. Nascimento, and Hannah E. Smithson, ‘Breaking illuminant metamerism using directional spectral variation in natural environments: dichromats might benefit more than trichromats’. Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting, Washington D.C., U.S.A (September, 2019) <Talk>

[20] Kazuho Fukuda, Takuma Morimoto, Ben Kusano and Keiji Uchikawa, ‘Illuminants estimated by human observers for natural objects under daylights compared with those predicted by the optimal color hypothesis’. Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting, Washington D.C., U.S.A.(September, 2019) <Poster>

[19] Takuma Morimoto, Sho Kishigami, João M.M. Linhares, Sérgio M.C. Nascimento, and Hannah E. Smithson, ‘Hyperspectral environmental illumination: directional spectral variation and a revisit of metamerism in the real world’. International Colour Vision Society, Riga, Latvia (July 2019) <Talk>  *Best Presentation Award, and ICVS Student Travel Award

[18] Sho Kishigami, Takuma Morimoto, João Linhares, Tetsuto Minami, Shigeki Nakauchi and Sérgio Nascimento, ‘Chromatic properties of Japanese paintings are similar to that of European paintings’. International Colour Vision Society, Riga, Latvia (July 2019)<Talk>   

 

[17] Takuma Morimoto and Hannah E. Smithson, ‘Identifying surface colour across different lighting environments’. The Colour Group of Great Briatin Student Award Meeting, London, UK (November, 2018) <Invited Talk>

[16] Keiji Uchikawa, Masayuki Sato, Shoji Sunaga and Takuma Morimoto, ‘Estimating illuminant color in a shadow’. Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting, Reno, U.S.A (September, 2018) <Talk>

 

[15] Takuma Morimoto and Hannah E. Smithson, ‘Identifying surface colour across different lighting environments’. European Coference of Visual Perception, Trieste, Italy (August, 2018) <Poster>  *WD Wright Award

[14] Manuel Spitschan, Joshua S. Harvey, Takuma Morimoto, and Hannah E. Smithson, ‘Real metameric illuminants with maximum melanopsin contrast’. AVA Spring Meeting, Bradford, UK (March, 2018) <Talk>

[13] Joshua S. Harvey, Takuma Morimoto, and Hannah E. Smithson, ‘Do observers optimise visual search of materials during an illuminant discrimination task?’. The Probabilistic Brain Workshop, Durham University, UK (March, 2018), <Poster>

[12] Keiji Uchikawa, Kazuho Fukuda, and Takuma Morimoto, ‘Predicting the luminosity thresholds for chromatic stimuli by the optimal color hypothesis’. Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting, Washington D.C., U.S.A (October, 2017) <Poster>

[11] Takuma Morimoto and Hannah E. Smithson, ‘Reflectance discrimination under complex environmental illumination’. International Colour Vision Society, Erlangen, Germany (August, 2017) <Poster>  *ICVS Student Travel Award

[10] Takuma Morimoto, Robert J. Lee and Hannah E. Smithson, ‘When the brightest is not the best: Illuminant estimation based on highlight geometry’. Vision Science Society, Tampa (May, 2017) <Poster>  *Elsevier/Vision Research Travel Award

 

[9] Takuma Morimoto, Robert J. Lee and Hannah E. Smithson, ‘When the brightest is not the best: Illuminant estimation based on highlight geometry’. Durham Vision Meeting, Durham, UK (Mar, 2017) <Invited Talk>

[8] Takuma Morimoto, Kazuho Fukuda and Keiji Uchikawa, “Estimating illuminant by optimal color hypothesis model for scenes with various chromaticity-luminance distributions”, Vision Science Society, Tampa, U.S.A (May, 2016) <Poster>

 

[7] Keiji Uchikawa, Takuma Morimoto, and Tomohisa Matsumoto, ‘Prediction for individual differences in appearance of the dress by the optimal color hypothesis’. Vision Science Society, Tampa,U.S.A (May, 2016) <Invited Talk>

[6] Tomohisa Matsumoto, Takuma Morimoto and Keiji Uchikawa, ‘Estimation of illuminant in the white/gold and blue/black “dress” image’, Vision Science Society, Tampa, U.S.A (May, 2016) <Poster>

[5] Takuma Morimoto, Kazuho Fukuda and Keiji Uchikawa, “Luminance-balance based estimation of an illuminant in chromatically biased scenes”, Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting, San Jose, U.S.A (October, 2015) <Poster>

 

[4] Takuma Morimoto, Kazuho Fukuda and Keiji Uchikawa, “Influence of the number of surrounding colors on luminance-balance based estimation of illuminant”, International Colour Vision Society, Sendai, Japan (July, 2015) <Poster>  *Colour Group of Great Britain Poster Award

[3] Steven L. Buck, Takuma Morimoto, Tanner Delawyer, Brooke Stoehr and Andrew Shelton, “Spatial and temporal influences on brown and yellow”, International Colour Vision Society, Sendai, Japan (July, 2015) <Talk>

 

[2] Takuma Morimoto, Tanner DeLawyer and Steven L. Buck, “Complex surrounds effects on perception of brown and yellow”, Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting, Philadelphia, U.S.A. (October, 2014) <Poster>

[1] Steven L. Buck, Vina Hadyanto, Miaolu Tang, Takuma Morimoto, “Brown induction is both quick and proximity dependent”, Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting, Philadelphia, U.S.A (October, 2014) <Poster>

 

Japanese Conference

[8] ︎Keiji Uchikawa, Takuma Morimoto, Tomohisa Matsumoto, and Kazuho Fukuda “Prediction of color appearance of "#TheDress" based on illuminant estimation by the optimal color hypothesis”, Kansei Engineering Society, (2017, September)

[7] ︎Takuma Morimoto, Kazuho Fukuda and Keiji Uchikawa, “Influence of chromatic bias of scene surfaces on luminance-balance based estimation of illuminant”, Japanese vision science society, Vision, Vol. 27, p.120, Ookayama (2015, July) <Poster>

[6] ︎Takuma Morimoto, Steven L. Buck, “Relationship between luminance statistics of surround stimuli and brown perception”, Color science association of Japan, Color Vision society, p.13-14, Shinjuku (2015, March) 

[5] ︎Takuma Morimoto, Kazuho Fukuda and Keiji Uchikawa, “Influence of luminance and chromatic shifts of 3-D surround stimuli on color constancy”, Japanese vision science society, Vision, Vol. 27, p.22, Shinjuku, (2015, January) <Poster>

[4] Takuma Morimoto, Steven L. Buck and Keiji Uchikawa, “Influences of different surround stimuli on brown perception”, The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers, Human Information Society, ITE Technical Report, Vol. 38, p.9-12, Kumamoto (2014, November) *Best Presentation Award

[3] Takuma Morimoto, Yoko Mizokami and Hirohisa Yaguchi, “The naturalness of environment contributes to color constancy in real spaces and in those images”, Color science association of Japan (Kansai branch), p.21-22, Kitakyushu, (2013, March)

[2] Takuma Morimoto, Yoko Mizokami and Hirohisa Yaguchi, “Improvement of color constancy influenced by viewing conditions”, Japanese vision science society, Shinjuku, (2013, January)

[1] Takuma Morimoto, Yoko Mizokami and Hirohisa Yaguchi, “The difference of color constancy between a miniature room and its image with the same visual angle”, Color science association of Japan, Color Vision society, p.21-22, Shinjuku, (2012, November)