Over the years, many CATs (chromatic adaptation transform), typically based on the von Kries coefficient rule, have been developed to predict the corresponding colors under different illuminants. However, these CATs were derived for uniform stimuli surrounded by a uniform adapting field. To investigate the adaptation state under spatially complex illumination, an achromatic matching experiment was conducted under dual lighting conditions with three color pairs and two transition types. It has been found that the transition type has an impact on both the equivalent chromaticity and degree of adaptation. These results can help build a comprehensive von Kries based CAT model, with considering the spatial complexity of illumination.
Shining Ma, Peter Hanselaer, Kees Teunissen, Kevin A.G. Smet, "The impact of transition type on chromatic adaptation under dual lighting conditions" in Proc. IS&T 28th Color and Imaging Conf., 2020, pp 36 - 41, https://doi.org/10.2352/issn.2169-2629.2020.28.7