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responsible instructor: C. Sik-Lanyi, professor

Students of the course will learn about the process of visual information perception. They learn about the fundamental issues of ideal colour and image display for the human visual system. They also learn about the limits of the capabilities of the human visual system. Furthermore, with the scope and practice of the colour correct and accessible design. 


The human visual system

The limits of the perception of image information

Visual attention and comfort

Shape recognition, reading

Basic knowledge of colour theory

Colour vision and colour vision problems

Colour display models

Colour systems

Colour difference calculation

Colour reproduction for different media

Colour correct design

Colour harmonies

The interaction of displayed image information with the human visual system

Colour management 


Schanda János, Szín és észlelet, Színtervezés számítógépes felhasználás számára, TYPOTEX, 2011 

CIE: Colorimetry; Understanding the CIE System, by Ed: J. Schanda J.(Eds) Published by WILEY, 2007, ISBN: 978-0-470-04904-4

Colour Coded, by Parraman C. (Eds), Published by The Society of Dyers and Colourists, Brabdford, 2010, ISBN 978-0-901956-86-6

Colour design Theories and application, by Best J. (Eds) Published by Woodhead Publishing, 2012, ISBN 978-1-84569-972-7, pp.600-621

System Usability Scale

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