Summer 2016 interns at HP Labs – Fu Jiang

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Fu Jiang recently completed his M.Sc. in Imaging Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and this fall begins studying for a Ph.D. in Color Science, also at RIT. Jiang grew up in Huaian, China and received his B.Sc. in Physics from the Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology. This summer, he has been working with mentors in HP’s Print and 3D Lab, hoping to move the bar on our understanding of color perception at small scales. While in Palo Alto, Jiang is enjoying hiking and cycling, and appreciating the Bay Area’s good weather.

 

 

HP: Can you describe the research project you’re working on?

 

My project focuses on our perception of color differences in what we call “small features.” These are areas of color that represent less than 2 degrees of your field of view, which is roughly the size of your thumbnail when you hold your arm straight out in front of you. We know quite a lot about our ability to perceive color differences at a larger scale, but very little research has been done on our perception of color in areas of less than 2 degrees.