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The method of silent substitution

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The data in this toolbox are for a protocol entitled “The method of silent substitution” developed in the Melanopsin Photoreception and Visual Science Laboratories at the QUT Centre for Vision and Eye Research, Brisbane during 2022. 

The toolbox describes the procedures for controlling the outputs of a set of 5-primary lights to generate melanopsin, rhodopsin and cone-opsin directed lights for psychophysical, pupillometry and electroretinographic experiments.

This project was supported by an Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowship ARC-FT180100458 (AJZ).

Geographical area of data collection



Uprety, Samir, Adhikari, Prakash, Feigl, Beatrix, & Zele, Andrew J. (2022) Melanopsin photoreception differentially modulates rod-mediated and cone-mediated human temporal vision. iScience, 25(7), Article number: 104529. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/233533/
Thomas W. Nugent, Andrew J. Zele; A five-primary Maxwellian-view display for independent control of melanopsin, rhodopsin, and three-cone opsins on a fine spatial scale. Journal of Vision 2022;22(12):20. http://dx.doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1167/jov.22.12.20

Research areas

Ophthalmology and optometry
Sensory systems

Cite this collection

Nugent, Thomas W.; Carter, Drew D.; Uprety, Samir; Adhikari, Prakash; Feigl, Beatrix; Zele, Andrew J.; (2022): The method of silent substitution. Queensland University of Technology. (Dataset) https://doi.org/10.25912/RDF_1670844246774

Related information

QUT Centre for Vision and Eye Research https://research.qut.edu.au/ver/

Data file types

Microsoft Excel format (.xlsx)


Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 (CC-BY)


© Queensland University of Technology, 2022.

Dates of data collection

From 2022-07-01 to 2022-12-12


Has association with
Beatrix Feigl  (Researcher)
Has chief investigator
Andrew J. Zele  (Researcher)


Name: Professor Andrew J. Zele
Phone: +61 7 3138 6151


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Published - Open Access