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 UTILIZATION OF RVSI CONCEPT TO EVALUATE THE COLOR CONSTANCY IN PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES

 

 Field of Study: Imaging Technology
 Thesis Advisor: Assistant Professor Pichayada Katemake, Ph.D.
 Thesis Co-advisor: Professor Mitsuo Ikeda, Ph.D.

Publications:
Phuangsuwan, C., Ikeda, M. and Katemake, P., Color constancy demonstrated in a photographic picture by means of a D-up viewer. Optical Review, 2013, 20(1), pp.71-84
Phuangsuwan, C., Shinoda, H., Ratanakasamsuk, K., Ikeda, M. and Katemake, P., Demonstration of the color constancy in picture, Proceedings AIC In Color We Live: Color and Environment, Taipei Taiwan, September 22-25, 2012
Phuangsuwan, C., Ikeda, M. and Katemake, P., Space recognition and the color constancy, Journal of the Color Science Association of Japan, Volume 35, 2011, pp.102-103.
Puangsuwan, C., Ikeda, M., Katemake, P. and Obama, T., Color constancy observable in a picture, 14th Annual Conference of the Color Science Association of Japan, Journal of the Color Science Association of Japan, Volume 34, 2010, pp.36-37

 A NEW WAY FOR EVALUATING THE LED PROPERTIES AS ALTERNATIVE METHOD TO THE CLASSIC SPECTRORADIOMETRIC METHOD

  - in progress

 Field of Study: Imaging Technology
 Thesis Advisor: Assistant Professor Pichayada Katemake, Ph.D.
 Thesis Co-advisor: Razvan Ion Preda, Ph.D., Eng

Publications:
Varapaskul, T., Katemake, P. and Preda, R.I., Creating colour compositions that allow calculating the CIELAB values of each component colour from pictures taken with a digital camera, Proceedings of AIC12th International AIC colour congress: Bringing colour to life, The Sage Gateshead, 8 - 12 July 2013

 COLOUR PERCEPTION SYSTEM FOR PRIMARY COLOURS IN PRINTING

 

 Field of Study: Imaging Technology
 Thesis Advisor: Assistant Professor Suchitra Sueeprasan, Ph.D.
 Thesis Co-advisor: Professor Tetsuya Sato, Ph.D., Eng

Publications:
Surawit Nantakarat, Suchitra Sueeprasan, and Tetsuya Sato, Relationships Between Percent Dot Area and Colour Perception for Primary Colour in Printing, Journal of the Color Science Association of Japan, 37(3), 220-221 (2013).

 OPTIMIZED SELECTION OF COLORANTS AND BINDERS FOR BUILDING DATABASE TO MATCH QUANTITATIVELY TRADITIONAL THAI COLOUR DICTIONARY'S CIELAB VALUES IN ORDER TO CALCULATE READY TO USE RECIPES FOR PAINT RESTORATION OF THAI ARTIFACTS

  - in progress

 Field of Study: Imaging Technology
 Thesis Advisor: Associate Professor Pichayada Katemake, Ph.D.
 Thesis Co-advisor: Associate Professor Kawee Srikulkij, Ph.D.
 Thesis Foreign Co-advisor: Razvan Ion Preda, Ph.D., Eng


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