Publications by Type: Conference Paper

2022
Manda, S., Kurukuti, N., Hwang, A. D., Jung, J. - H., & Peli, E. (2022). Estimating Pedestrian Detection with peripheral prisms in Homonymous Hemianopia. In Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. ARVO 2022 (Vol. 63, pp. E-abstract).
Bowers, A., Hwang, A. D., Jung, J. - H., Manda, S., Shekar, S., & Peli, E. (2022). Pilot testing of a pedestrian collision detection test for field expansion devices. In Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. ARVO 2022 (Vol. 63, pp. E-abstract).
Peli, E., Goldstein, R., & Jung, J. - H. (2022). Scotoma Replacement: simulation of vision with photoreceptor scotoma. In Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. ARVO 2022 (Vol. 63, pp. E-abstract).
Jung, J. - H., Hwang, A. D., Bowers, A., & Peli, E. (2022). Pedestrians Collision Detection Test for Peripheral Field Loss. In Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. ARVO 2022 (Vol. 63, pp. E-abstract).
Jung, J. - H., Peli, E., Shekar, S., & Han, S. (2022). Peripheral binocular/monocular rivalry in vision multiplexing devices for mobility. In J. Vis. VSS 2022 (Vol. 22, pp. E-abstract) . The Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society 2022.
2021
Jung, J. - H., Peli, E., & Han, S. (2021). Photographic Depiction and Virtual Reality Illustration of the Field of View through Low Vision Devices. In Optometry and Vision Science, Academy 2021 (Vol. 98, pp. E-abstract).
Falahati, M., Kurukuti, N. M., Peli, E., & Jung, J. - H. (2021). Oblique multi-periscopic prism for field expansion in homonymous hemianopia driving. In Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. ARVO 2021 (Vol. 62, pp. E-abstract 3577). Publisher's Version
Jung, J. - H., & Peli, E. (2021). Apparent viewpoint of shifted view through prisms. In Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. ARVO 2021 (Vol. 62, pp. E-abstract 1445). Publisher's Version
2020
Kurukuti, N. M., Tang, K., Jung, J. - H., & Peli, E. (2020). Effect of peripheral prism configurations on pedestrian collision detection while walking. In Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. ARVO 2020 (Vol. 61, pp. E-abstract 2771).
Peli, E., Jung, J. - H., & Goldstein, R. (2020). Better simulation of vision with central and paracentral scotomas. In Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. ARVO 2020 (Vol. 61, pp. E-abstract 3370).
2019
Pamir, Z., Canoluk, M. U., Jung, J. - H., & Peli, E. (2019). Variability in resolution but not sensitivity is the bottleneck for letter recognition of the tongue. In 2019 Research Fellow Poster Celebration, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School . Boston, MA.
2018
Jung, J. - H., & Peli, E. (2018). Light-field background de-cluttering for visual prostheses. In Imaging and Applied Optics 2018 (3D, AO, AIO, COSI, DH, IS, LACSEA, LS&C, MATH, pcAOP) (pp. 3Tu3E.3) . Optical Society of America. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Object recognition is challenging with current visual prostheses, especially with background clutter. We have developed an imaging system to remove the background clutter in the visual prostheses using the light-field camera and bipolar edge filtering.
Peli, E., Jung, J. - H., Kurukuti, N. M., & Vargas-Martin, F. (2018). High power multi-periscopic device for field expansion. In Optometry and Vision Science, Academy 2018 . San Antonio, TX.
Jung, J. - H., Kurukuti, N. M., & Peli, E. (2018). Photographic Depiction of the Effects of Visual Aids on Field of View. In Optometry and Vision Science, Academy 2018 . San Antonio, TX.
Lee, K., Qiu, C., Jung, J. - H., Goldstein, R., & Peli, E. (2018). Motion parallax improves recognition of new objects presented in clutter in simulated prosthetic vision. In OSA Fall Vision Meeting . Reno, NV.
Peli, E., Jung, J. - H., Kurukuti, N. M., & Vargas-Martin, F. (2018). High power multi-periscopic device for field expansion. In ARVO 2018 . Honolulu, HI.
Jung, J. - H., & Peli, E. (2018). No useful field expansion for hemianopia or acquire monocular vision with full-field prisms. In ARVO 2018.
Lee, K., Qiu, C., Jung, J. - H., & Peli, E. (2018). Motion parallax improves recognition of fixated object with cluttered background in simulated prosthetic vision. In ARVO 2018 . Honolulu, HI.
2017
Aloni, D., Jung, J. - H., & Yitzhaky, Y. (2017). 3D noise-resistant segmentation and tracking of unknown and occluded objects using integral imaging. In H. Bouma, F. Carlysle-Davies, R. J. Stokes, & Y. Yitzhaky (Ed.), Counterterrorism, Crime Fighting, Forensics, and Surveillance Technologies (Vol. 10441, pp. 123 – 129) . International Society for Optics and Photonics. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Three dimensional (3D) object segmentation and tracking can be useful in various computer vision applications, such as: object surveillance for security uses, robot navigation, etc. We present a method for 3D multiple-object tracking using computational integral imaging, based on accurate 3D object segmentation. The method does not employ object detection by motion analysis in a video as conventionally performed (such as background subtraction or block matching). This means that the movement properties do not significantly affect the detection quality. The object detection is performed by analyzing static 3D image data obtained through computational integral imaging With regard to previous works that used integral imaging data in such a scenario, the proposed method performs the 3D tracking of objects without prior information about the objects in the scene, and it is found efficient under severe noise conditions.
Jung, J. - H., Kurukuti, N. M., & Peli, E. (2017). 3D-printed clip-on multiplexing prism holder for field expansion in acquired monocular vision. In Academy 2017 of American Academy of Optometry . Chicago, IL.

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