Monthly Archive: June 2012

Jun 14

Color Vision

Color Vision Humans, apes and many monkeys, ground squirrels, and many species of fish, birds, and insects have well-developed color vision. However, 7 or 8 percent of human males are completely lacking in the ability to recognize color. Animals with poor color vision are unable to distinguished between shades of reds and greens. Their world consist of blends of blues, yellows, …

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Jun 10

Color in Design

The subject of Color is a complex one.  It covers several scientific approaches. One difficulty of getting a better understanding of color is the different perspectives these disciplines take to approach their object of research. You can research and find information about colors but the different interpretations can confuse one instead of educating them, The …

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