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Last week, City, University of London's Centre for Applied Vision Research (CAVR) held the Colour in Health and Employment Symposium, an opportunity for researchers and professionals in the field of colour vision research and testing to discuss the latest advances in the field, share challenges they have had, and breakthroughs they have made toward their goals of improving the education, employability, safety and health of people with deficiencies of colour vision across the world.
Professor John Barbur of the CAVR at City shared his proposal for a time-efficient two-step process for advanced colour vision testing, based on the Colour Assessment and Diagnosis (CAD) test.
The tour of the CAVR lab facilities included a demonstration of the new CAD screener test by Professor Barbur, and demonstrations by Benjamin Evans and Dr Marisa Carmona-Rodriguez of the CAVR team.