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Presentation 2022-11-25 16:55
Does ipRGC response contribute to glare sensation?
Masahiro Suzuki (Seisen Univ.), Takehiro Nakatsue (Kanagawa Inst. Tech.), Osamu Masuda (Niigata Univ. Health Welfare), Keiji Uchikawa (Kanagawa Inst. Tech.)
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(in English) This study reviewed our studies on contribution of intrinsically photosensitive Retinal Ganglion Cell (ipRGC) to glare sensation. In the studies in which the responses of S-, M-, and L-cones did not differ between stimuli but the response of ipRGC only differed it was suggested that the response of ipRGC contributed to glare sensation. However, in the studies in which the response of ipRGC did not differ between stimuli but luminances of stimuli differed the contribution of ipRGC was not clearly shown. A possible reason of obtaining such results was significant differences in wavelength composition between stimuli. Effect of wavelength composition on glare sensation are needed to be investigated in order to clarify contribution of ipRGC to glare sensation.
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(in English) ipRGCs / Glare Sensation / Silent Substitution Method / Wavelength Composition / / / /  
Reference Info. ITE Tech. Rep., vol. 46, pp. 35-38, Nov. 2022.
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Date of Issue 2022-11-18 (HI) 
ISSN Print edition: ISSN 1342-6893    Online edition: ISSN 2424-1970
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Committee HI VRPSY JSKE  
Conference Date 2022-11-25 - 2022-11-26 
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Place (in English) Kindai Univ. 
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Conference Code 2022-11-HI-VRPSY-JSKE 
Language Japanese 
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Title (in English) Does ipRGC response contribute to glare sensation? 
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Keyword(1) ipRGCs  
Keyword(2) Glare Sensation  
Keyword(3) Silent Substitution Method  
Keyword(4) Wavelength Composition  
1st Author's Name Masahiro Suzuki  
1st Author's Affiliation Seisen University (Seisen Univ.)
2nd Author's Name Takehiro Nakatsue  
2nd Author's Affiliation Kanagawa Institute of Technology (Kanagawa Inst. Tech.)
3rd Author's Name Osamu Masuda  
3rd Author's Affiliation Niigata University of Health and Welfare (Niigata Univ. Health Welfare)
4th Author's Name Keiji Uchikawa  
4th Author's Affiliation Kanagawa Institute of Technology (Kanagawa Inst. Tech.)
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Date Time 2022-11-25 16:55:00 
Presentation Time 20 minutes 
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Paper # HI2022-32 
Volume (vol) vol.46 
Number (no) no.38 
Page pp.35-38 
Date of Issue 2022-11-18 (HI) 

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