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Is this the world's ugliest colour?

Posted by Tim on 16 June 2016 | Comments

We've been working quite a bit recently on colour analysis and adding colour psychology data to ScreenLab scans. So, we were interested to run across this video. Australian researchers think they've found "the...

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Motion - Part 2

Posted by Jon on 15 April 2015 | Comments

Whether hunting food, escaping predators or simply trying to judge a safe path from place to place motion perception is hugely important to almost all creatures which can see. We humans are no...

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Motion - Part 1

Posted by Jon on 28 February 2015 | Comments

Our visual system is highly attuned to motion. Biologically speaking this serves several vital functions, including finding prey and escaping predators. Below we have a nice peaceful scene. octopus_static Now, let's add some motion. ...

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TED talks on perception

Posted by Jon on 21 May 2014 | Comments

Just a quick one today. We saw these talks on TED by Beau Lotto and Oliver Sacks and thought you guys might be interested. They both talk about perception from different angles. Beau Lotto...

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The art of eye tracking

Posted by Jon on 8 May 2014 | Comments

We’ve talked a lot about using ScreenLab to assess websites, but today we want to take a break and have a little fun. Our designers challenged the scientific team to show what ScreenLab...

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