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Optics, Pharmacology and Anatomy
Optics, Pharmacology and Anatomy
Diplomatura Of Optics and Optometry
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OG1- Purchase a panoramic general of the matter Science and Technology of the colour, and his relation with the society and current technology.
OG2- Comprise the physical foundations-chemical of the interaction light-matter and human visual perception in all his main variants, even related with the Sciences of the Image.
OG3- Boost to the student to apply the knowledges obtained in this asignatura in the resolution of practical and real problems related with the control of the colour in numerous industrial states.
OG4- Comprise the current technicians of reproduction of the colour by means of chemical means (colorantes) and digital or hybrid (screens, technologies of impression, etc).
OG5- Stimulate in the student, of individual form, cooperative and of work in team, in the use of the new technologies of support to the teaching with the end to arrive to be conscious that it is possible to learn enjoying and reach a remarkable academic performance.
OC1- Comprise the physical causes-chemical of the colour like resultant of the interaction light-matter-eye.
OC2- Dominate the mathematical foundations of the coding and numerical and graphic representation of the colour in the visual system human.
OC3- Know and know measure the optical and visual properties, normal and special (fluorescent, metallised and perlados, etc) of any material.
OC4- Purchase a panoramic general of the types of colorantes, organic and inorganic, with normal or special properties/functional, and his industrial applications.
OC5- Comprise the psychological foundations of the illumination and the colour to design safe environments and confortables.
OC6- Know the current methods of reproduction of the colour, already are conventional (textile, paintings, etc) as digital (screens, impression, etc).
OC7- Comprise and adapt algorithms for the coding and efficient transformation of visual and chromatic information between multimedia devices (capture, visualisation, impression, etc).
AIMS PROCEDIMENTALES (SKILLS To PURCHASE):
OP1- Measure, calculate and represent gráficamente the visual appearance of material (opaque materials, perlados, fluorescent, etc) associated to numerous industrial states.
OP2- Calculate and represent gráficamente the difference of colour between objects (sources of light, opaque materials, translúcidos, etc), even images, and his industrial tolerances.
OP3- Characterise spectral and colorimétricamente any type of colorante (dye or pigment) and susceptible material to be coloreado to use in any system of formulation of colours.
OP4- Resolve the recipe of colour that allows, with the mix controlled of several colorantes on a material or sustrato, equalise the colour of a material of reference previously characterised.
OP5- Integrate the visual properties of different materials and sources of light to simulate effectively by computer architectural surroundings, or, decorate safe environments and confortables.
OP6- Characterise and calibrate any multimedia device of the colour that allow to connect his language typical of the colour with the associated to the visual system human.
OP7- Dominate the usual languages of communication of the colour (NCS, CIELAB, RGB, CMYK, etc) and his dictionaries of conversion in function of the technology of reproduction of the colour.
AIMS ACTITUDINALES (SOCIAL SKILLS):
OA1- Work in team: division of roles and tasks of a group of work (practical, etc)
OA2- Skills in the interpersonal relations: capacity of attention in class
OA3- critical Reasoning: acquisition of initiative to ask to the professor, already was of face-to-face or virtual form
OA4- autonomous Learning and training continued: awareness of the advantages of the autonomous learning, shared, scheduled and the continuous training
OA5- Adaptation to new situations: capacity of adaptation to experimental procedures with real people and utilisation of new technologies of support to the teaching
OA6- Initiative and spirit emprendedor.
OA7- Motivation by the quality.
The asignatura articulates in four big blocks. After entering to the student in the importance of the fields inter and multidisciplinary of the Science and Technology of the Colour in the current society, and his narrow interrelationship with the interaction light-matter-eye, the first block presents the physical causes-chemical of the colour. The second block centres in the foundations of the science of the colour, understood this in the understanding of the own mechanisms of the visual system human to encode and represent gráficamente chromatic feelings from the light attracted in the retina, and taking into account the optical behaviour of the materials. This includes to his time the evaluation of the visual appearance of materials, and his numerical differences of colour, even between images, that correlaciona with the perceived. And besides it includes a panoramic wide of the variety of instrumental to measure the colour of normal objects (opaque, transparent and translúcidos) and special (fluorescent, metallised, perlados, etc). In the third block deepens in the key factors of the types of reproduction of the existent colour, so much to additive level, sustractivo and mixed, that so at length applies in numerous industrial states (textile, plastics, coatings, inks of impression, cosmetic, technologies of screens, etc). This involves to his time analyse the models of interaction light-matter-eye and the variables involved to retort a colour (perceived) between different materials combining the colorantes and suitable pigments. The fourth block exposes numerous examples, in his greater real case and based also in normative international technicians, of the control of the colour in industrial states, from in luminotecnia (applicable in decoration and architecture), chromatic restoration, textile industries, plastics, cosmetic, foods, etc. The block finalises with a special subject devoted to the control of the colour in multimedia technologies of reproduction of the colour, from the capture of images until the impression (offset, inkjet, etc) going through different devices of visualisation (CRT, LCD, etc), combining progressively the conversion of numerical dictionaries of the colour associated specifically to each device with the language typical of chromatic coding of the visual system human.
I. Introduction to the Science of the Colour
Subject 1: Introduction to the Science of the Colour
II.- Measure and specification of the colour
Subject 2: Foundations of colorimetry
Subject 3: Spaces of representation of the colour
Subject 4: Appearance of the colour
Subject 5: differential Colorimetry
Subject 6: Systems of ordenación of the colour
Subject 7: Measure of the colour
III.- Reproduction of the colour
Subject 8: Principles of reproduction of the colour
Subject 9: Reproduction of the colour by means of colorantes
IV.- Industrial applications
Subject 10: Colorimetry applied to the luminotecnia
Subject 11: industrial Colorimetry
Subject 12: digital Management of the colour
Practical nº 1: Causes of the colour
Practical nº 2: Colorimetry triestímulo
Practical nº 3: Space CIE-XYZ (I)
Practical nº 4: Space CIE-XYZ (II). Leaf nº 1 of problems
Practical nº 5: Effects of appearance of the colour
Practical nº 6: Differences of colour. Leaf nº 2 of problems
Practical nº 7: Ordenación perceptual of colours
Practical nº 8: Measure and representation of normal colours
Practical nº 9: Measure and representation of special colours
Practical nº 10: Systems of reproduction of the colour
Practical nº 11: optical Formulation of colorantes. Leaf nº 3 of problems
Practical nº 12: colorimetric Quality of sources of light
Practical nº 13: industrial Colorimetry
Practical nº 14: colorimetric Characterisation of devices of capture and visualisation of images
Practical nº 15: colorimetric Characterisation of a device of impression.
|Summary:||Presentations MsPowerPoint debugged of the subjects 1-7 of the asignatura "Science of the Colour: industrial applications".|
|Summary:||Presentations MsPowerPoint debugged of the subjects 8-12 of the asignatura "Science of the Colour: industrial applications".|
|Summary:||Leaves of numerical problems with included form, and sometimes with the final solutions indicated.|
|Summary:||Staff Excel like calculator to realise the numerical problems of the asignatura.|
|Summary:||Leaf nº 3 of problems oriented to the industrial colorimetry (optical formulation of colorantes, law of Bouguer-Beer for transparent objects, law of Kubelka-Munk for objects translúcidos and opaque, colorimetric indexes of quality), performance in colour of sources of light, transformations of colour in digital systems.|
|Leaf_3.Pdf||Leaf 3||86Kb||Season PDF||Visualise/Open|
|Summary:||Staff Excel according to normative CIE of the subject 10 to tackle calculations of colorimetric quality associated to iluminantes and real sources of light: temperature correlacionada of colour, performance of colour, and, degree of simulation of diurnal light.|
|Summary:||Staff Excel of complement to the subject 9 on the mix of colorantes to give place dye opaque according to the law of Kubelka-Munk, so much 1 cte like 2 ctes.|
|Grey_KM.xls||Generation of colours according to Kubelka-Munk 1cte||599Kb||Microsoft Excel||Visualise/Open|
|KM_recipe.xls||Calculation recipe according to Kubelka-Munk 1cte||503Kb||Microsoft Excel||Visualise/Open|
|Summary:||Scripts of the practical sessions nº 1, 2 and 3.|
|PRACTICAL_staff 1.Pdf||Pract_1_cause_colour||15Kb||Season PDF||Visualise/Open|
|Summary:||I complement of the subject 5 on industrial tolerances of colour and his statistical management from visual trials RAISIN vs. NO-RAISIN. It includes staff Excel for complete numerical example.|
|They tolerate_CIELAB.xls||Staff_exercise_simulacion||317Kb||Microsoft Excel||Visualise/Open|
|Summary:||Staff Excel of complement to the subject 9 on the mix of colorantes to give place dye transparent according to the law of Bouguer-Beer.|
|BB_Grey.xls||Generation of colours according to Bouguer-Beer||599Kb||Microsoft Excel||Visualise/Open|
|BB_Recipe.xls||Calculation recipe according to Bouguer-Beer||504Kb||Microsoft Excel||Visualise/Open|
|Summary:||Macro Excel That works like conversor of CIELAB to sRGB, and vice versa, of pairs of colours to judge his difference of colour, graphic and numerically, in several systems and fómulas (FMC-II, OF94, OF2000).|
|You differentiate_colour_GVC_UA.xls||1200Kb||Microsoft Excel||Visualise/Open|
|Summary:||Staff Excel like calculator to realise the numerical problems nº 14 and 15 of the leaf nº 2, and 1-7 of the leaf nº 3, of the asignatura.|
|Summary:||Examinations entirely resolved and marked of previous courses in the asignatura that deliver to the students in each course like sample of the final proof written.|
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3. ARTIGAS, J.M., CHAPEL, P. & PUJOL, J.: Technology of the colour. Valencia: University of Valencia, 2002.
4. BERNS, R.S.: Billmeyer & Saltman's Principles of Colour Technology. 3nd Ed. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 2000.
5. GILABERT, And.: Measure of the light and the colour. Vol 1: Theory, Valencia: Polytechnical University of Valencia, 2007.
6. SCHANDA, J.: Colorimetry; understanding the CIE system. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2007.
7. McDONALD, R.: Colour physics for industry. 2nd Ed. Bradford: Society of Dyers and Colourists, 1997.
1. NASSAU, K.: The Physics and Chemistry of Colour: The Fifteen Cause of Colour. 2nd Ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2001.
2. FAIRCHILD, M.D.: Colour Appearance Models. 2nd Ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2005.
3. SHEVELL, S.K.: The Science of Colour, 2nd Ed. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2003.
4. CHRISTIE, R.M.: The Chemistry of the Colour. Saragossa: Acribia, 2003.
5. KIPPHAN, H.: Handbook of Print Half. Berlin: Springer, 2001.
6. SHARMA, G.: Digital Colour Imaging Handbook. Mouth Raton: CRC Press, 2003.
7. HOMANN, J-P.: Digital Colour Management. Berlin: Springer, 2008.
Also it will be necessary to consult skilled bibliographic sources like magazines, link web (tutoriales, companies of the sector, groups investigation, etc).
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