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Unformatted text preview: « Red acts internally like a very lively color: it burns but rather in itself ». (W. Kandinsky) « Blue develops a concentric movement and goes away from the man ». (W. Kandinsky) « Absolute green is the most relaxing color possible: it has no meaning of joy, sorrow or passion ». (W. Kandinsky) « Yellow irradiates, adopts an excentric movement and comes almost visibly closer to the observer ». (W. Kandinsky) Color perception Color perception Interaction between ¡ light source ¡ object ¡ eye ¡ brain Influence of context Figure by MIT OCW. Color perception Color differentiation ¡ cones sensitivity THE EYE'S THREE COLOR RECEPTORS 4000 "Blue" Cones "Green" Cones "Red" Cones Violet Blue Green Yellow Red 5000 Wavelength (angstroms) Response 6000 7000 Figure by MIT OCW. Color perception Color differentiation ¡ cones sensitivity ¡ colored perspective Color perception Color differentiation Luminous sensation Color perception Color differentiation Luminous sensation Color interpretation ¡ instrinsic color of source ¡ instrinsic color of object ¡ apparent color of object Color perception...
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2009 for the course COA 4403 taught by Professor Test during the Spring '09 term at Georgia Tech.

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