Jack D Moreland
Affiliation: Keele University
- Macular pigment assessment by motion photometryJ D Moreland
MacKay Institute, Keele University, Staffordshire, ST5 5BG, UK
Arch Biochem Biophys 430:143-8. 2004..Foveal data were optimally aligned with annular data in that profile when plotted at 0.71 of the foveal field radius. Factors that limit precision were identified, such as fixation errors foveally and Troxler's effect parafoveally...
- Moreland match revisitedJ D Moreland
MacKay Institute of Communication and Neuroscience, Keele University, Staffordshire, ST5 5BG, UK
Vis Neurosci 21:471-6. 2004..The net effect of all of these revisions on the specification of optimal primaries is small (440 and 488 nm). However, larger changes are involved in the choice of test and desaturant wavelengths...
- Quantitative assessment of commercial filter 'aids' for red-green colour defectivesJack D Moreland
School of Life Sciences, Huxley Building, Keele University, Keele, UK
Ophthalmic Physiol Opt 30:685-92. 2010..2 for traffic signals and 1.3 for the D15 colours. Analyses, replicated for 19 'aids' from one manufacturer using 658 Munsell colours inside the D15 locus, yield E(l) factors within 1% of those found for the 16 D15 colours...
- Interference filter calibration for vision researchJ D Moreland
Department of Communication and Neuroscience, Keele University, Staffordshire, UK
Vision Res 38:3493-8. 1998..This function provides a rapid means of calibration. Bandwidth errors caused by 2- and 3-cavity filters are discussed as well as their luminous 'blocking' efficacy...
- Macular pigment and color discriminationJ D Moreland
MacKay Institute, Keele University, United Kingdom
Vis Neurosci 23:549-54. 2006..It also increases with MPOD for normal observers but this trend reverses as the wavelength of maximum sensitivity of the L cone shifts towards shorter wavelengths (protanomalous locations)...
- Chromatic VEP assessment of human macular pigment: comparison with minimum motion and minimum flicker profilesA G Robson
Visual Sciences Lab, Moffat Building, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester, PO Box 88, Manchester, UK
Vis Neurosci 23:275-83. 2006..An important implication is that isoluminant Tritan stimuli with short-wavelength components must be restricted in size in order to optimize koniocellular selectivity...