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A study with visually impaired people:
« on: 29 Nov 2012 09:12AM »
Below is a request for participants in a new research project on visual impairment and contrast:

A study with visually impaired people: University College London, Kingston University London, Moorfields Eye Hospital Research Project
 
Moorfields Eye Hospital and University College London (UCL) have funded Kingston University for a new project related to vision impairment. This valuable research project aims to determine the distance at which visually impaired people can see the minimum contrast difference between two surfaces. We would appreciate your help if possible, as a participant for our research. The work will start immediately and will be completed in nine-months.

If you are able to travel to Moorfields Eye Hospital (near Old Street tube station) and would like to know more about the project, please contact our friendly research team for more information:
Research Fellow: Alessio Corso, a.corso@kingston.ac.uk
Professor of Design: Hilary Dalke, h.dalke@kingston.ac.uk – 020 8547 7430

Anyone interested in participating?
Thanks
AO
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