Chris has a background as a software systems developer with extensive experience of the IT industry and previous involvement in psychology and vision research. After graduating in psychology he worked for Professor Richard Gregory as a research assistant in the Brain and Perception Laboratory at the University of Bristol, investigating visual illusions and phenomena at isoluminance. His major project was the development of a computerised colour vision testing system which used heterochromatic flicker photometry to measure red/green hue discrimination; this system was installed in Bristol Eye Hospital and featured on the BBC’s “Tomorrow’s World” programme [published as "A New ...
Brain & Perception Laboratory, University of Bristol - Research Assistant
Carried out experimental work on research projects and provided technical back-up at lectures, conferences and television recordings; developed computerised control systems to generate and present visual stimuli and automate the running of experiments. Developed a clinical testing system which was installed in Bristol Eye Hospital and featured on the BBC’s “Tomorrow’s World” programme as well as being published in the scientific media. Also assisted with demonstrations at the Rank Organisation Opto-Electronics Conference (Cambridge 1984), the European Conference on Visual Perception (Cambridge 1985), and at the Royal Society.
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