lec14 - Color perception Absolute green is the most...

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« 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
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Color perception ± Interaction between light source object eye brain ± Influence of context Figure by MI T OCW.
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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 MI T OCW.
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Color perception ± Color differentiation cones sensitivity colored perspective
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Color perception ± Color differentiation ± Luminous sensation
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Color perception ± Color differentiation ± Luminous sensation ± Color interpretation instrinsic color of source instrinsic color of object apparent color of object
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