| Stereoscopic Method For Highlighting The Variation Of Colors|
The Crossview 3-D — Stereoscopic Method For Highlighting The Variation Of Colors algorithm highlights, identifies and
interprets the variation of what color a user is deficient in as seen through the real world in photos rather than just for color
The colors of objects can differ in the two eyes because of slightly different positions of the light source relative to
the eyes. A color might be seen slightly different in either eye.
Two different colors, one presented to one eye and the other presented to the other eye, often create the impression
of a third color. That color is the unknown color or a color that a user is deficient in as seen through the real world
in photos you want to identify using this algorithm.
This algorithm should identify and interpret an unknown color that can’t be seen correctly.
• The algorithm tests from picturesque data for visual acuity,color deficiency, contrast sensitivity, nearsightedness,
and farsightedness, blurry vision caused from digital eye strain and daily caffeine use.
• The algorithm can be used to highlight and identify and interpret any unknown color from known colors for a
range of colors from almost any picturesque scene.
The algorithm uses the following technologies:
• Stereoscopy is a technique for creating or enhancing the illusion of depth in an image by means of
stereopsis for binocular color mixing in vision.
• Ocular dominance, sometimes called eye preference or dominant eye, is when you use one eye more
than the other, have better vision in one eye, or can fixate on something better with one eye.
• Color Theory is a body of practical guidance to color mixing and the visual effects of a specific color
• Gamma correction is a nonlinear operation used to encode and decode luminance in still images.
• Thresholding is a type of image segmentation to simplify and/or change the pixels of an image to
make the image easier to analyze.
• Alpha Compositing is the process of combining one image with a background to create the appearance
of partial or full transparency.
-- Our Computer Scientists have combined these technologies for the benefit to give humans better vision options. --
How to highlight and identify an unknown color from known colors
1 • Take a color picture of an item, area or scene you believe you question what
color you want to highlight, identify and interpret.
2 • Choose a target color from our spectrum of colors that you believe you want to highlight, identify and interpret. Or...
Find a color from the color charts given or use our color table.
3 • Upload the photo to our Stereoscopic Method For Highlighting The Variation Of Colors algorithm.
4 • Pick an object from your photo that contains the target color to fixate on.
5 • Close one eye at a time.
Result: The open eye that sees your target color that matches the chart color from the stereoscopic dominant
eye color algorithm is your dominant eye.