Programme of Events
The event would include workshops and sessions, both theoretical and practical,
which will address problems relating to the conceptual aspects of colour,
colour naming, teaching, profiling, communication, marketing, advertising,
arts, and pedagogic research.
It will include:
Indicative Programme and Abstracts
- The practical requirements for the end user such as the designer,
archivist, commercial printer, film and television-maker;
- History and practice of colour science, artists’ models and
industrial colour requirements;
- What devices are needed to teach colour, teaching in schools, industry
and for the services.
A series of lectures/ tutorials discussing the properties of devices we
can use for communicating colours (soft and hard).
note speaker: Janos Schanda (Uni. Pannonia,
Virt. Environments and Imaging Technologies Lab) Standardized
colour communication and beyond Abstract
- Dr. Balázs Kránicz
(Uni. Pannonia, Institute of Physics) Colorimetric
Properties of Computer Peripherials in Imaging Abstract
- Youngshin Kwak (Samsung,
S. Korea) Introduction to Display Processing
A series of lectures/ tutorials that will deal with the use of colour communication
in different industries/arts:
Day Three: Colour education and further possibilities.
- Dr.Robert Hirschler (SENAI/CETIZT
Colour Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Colour
communication in industry from design to product
- Beata Stahre (Department of Architecture,
Chalmers University of Technology) Defining Reality
in Virtual Reality Abstract
- Prof. Ilona Heidal (Chalmers
Uni., Sweden) - Photorealism and Abstractions
Supporting Communication in Architecture Abstract
- Dr. Cecilia Sik-Lányi (Uni.
of Pannonia, Virt. Environments and Imaging Technologies Lab.) Lights
and Colour in VR Abstract
- Tadeus Krzeszoviak (Technical
College, Austria) - the use of colour in the
- Professor Lindsay MacDonald (London
College of Communication) - Tutorial on colour communication
- Dr. Michael Pointer (Visiting Professor,
University of Leeds, University of the Arts London) - Visual
Appearance - Colour and beyond Abstract
- Dr. Alessandro Rizzi (Università
Degli Studi Di Milano) - The many ways to distort
a colour: the long path from reality to perception Abstract
All tutorials will be backed up with practical demonstrations and hands-on
exercises: Dr. Hirschler will lead a demonstration
where students can show their understanding of the different colour terms
(like the NCS tutorials).
We hope to get from some colorimeter manufacturers demo instruments, so
that we can make practical measurements on those. Dr.
Krzeszoviak will bring fluorescent paints used in the theatre and
students can experiment with those.
The cultural day on Saturday will include a tour of the Herend porcelain
manufacture, where somebody will tell us about porcelain painting, as well
as a visit to the mini manufacturer in Herend, the monastery in Tihany and