VSearch Color: Full-Color Visual Search Experiments on the Macintosh II
James T. Enns, and Ronald A. Rensink, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 23: 265-272. 1991.
Abstract We describe an update to our visual search software for the Macintosh line of computers. The new software, VSearch Color, gives users access to the full-color capabilities of the Macintosh II line. One of the key features of the new software is its ability to treat graphics information separately from color information. This makes it easy to study color independently of form, to design experiments based on isoluminant stimuli, and to incorporate texture segregation, visual identification, number discrimination, adaptation, masking, and spatial cuing into the basic visual search paradigm.
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