Colourlab

Laboratory

Colourlab

The Colourlab was founded to serve the rising needs for colour management solutions in the graphic arts industry.

Research activity

Colourlab research areas

Our research areas

Appearance

Rendering appearance of an object is a complex matter, as colour, translucency, gloss and structure influence how an object appear. Read more about Colourlab’s research on material appearance here.

Imaging for cultural heritage 

Imaging techniques can capture a lot of information about cultural heritage objects, like pigment identification, under drawings or degradation etc. Read more about Colourlab’s research on imaging for cultural heritage here

Image quality

Our research focuses on subjective and objective image quality assessment. We have over the years published several datasets for image quality assessment etc. Read more about Colourlab's research on image quality here.

Medical imaging

We conduct research related to medical imaging applications including video capsule endoscopy, CT, and MRI. We work closely with hospitals and medical professionals.  

Colour and perception

Fundamental research on colour and perception including colour matching functions, contrast sensitivity, visual masking with more.  

Colour management

From the beginning the Colourlab has done research on colour management, and we have a long record of applied research in this field. 

Computer vision, image processing and machine learning

Computer vision, image processing and machine learning

Educational projects

Educational projects

Other projects

Other projects

Workshops

Workshops

Since the beginning of 2008, the Colourlab has organized a series of small workshops every year. The workshops has covered various "hot topics" within color science and image processing. See list of all workshops here. 

Teaching

Teaching

We are involved in several programmes of study at bachelor, master, and PhD level: 

Vacant position forside

Vacant positions

We are often looking for talented and motivated people. Open positions are announced at JobbNorge

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Teknologiveien 22, Gjøvik

Teknologivegen 22
Gjøvik

Software & data

Software and data

As a result of our research and development various software have been developed.  We have decided to make these available to the research community free of charge. See our publicly available software and data.

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