AOVIS_projector. A simple program for displaying an external fixation spot, background and eccentricity grid using an external projector. Developed while a postdoc in the Roorda Lab.
AOVIS_toolbox. A collection of useful MATLAB scripts for processing and analyzing AO vision studies. Some of these files were developed by prior members of the Roorda Lab.
AOMcontrol. MATLAB interface developed by the lab of Austin Roorda for delivering stimuli in an Adaptive Optica Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope.
- Source code and data for Schmidt, Neitz, Neitz (2014). Journal of the Optical Society of America A. A model of human color perception.
Schmidt, Boehm, Foote, Roorda (2018)
Raw data and published analyses can be freely accessed at Github.
Sabesan, Schmidt, Tuten, Roorda (2016) and Schmidt, Sabesan, Tuten, Neitz, Roorda (2018).
Schmidt, Touch, Neitz, Neitz (2016) J Vision as collected in the appendix. Data are reprinted here for convenience.
Monochromatic unique hue settings for 14 volunteers with known L:M cone ratios, measured macular pigment optical density and iris lightness.
1. L cone sensitivities were based on the sequence of each subjects L pigment.
2. Amino acids reported: exon 2—65, 111, 116; exon 3—153, 171, 174, 180; and exon 4—230, 233, 236.
3. For females with two L sequences, the peak sensitivity of both pigments was averaged to compute the reported peak L cone sensitivity.
4. All subjects had M cone peak values of 530 nm. All subjects identified as Caucasian except subjects U12 and U13, who were of Asian ethnicity.
Data were published in the appendix of Schmidt, Touch, Neitz, Neitz (2016). “Circuitry to explain how the relative number of L and M cones shapes color experience.” They published here for easier access.