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In the twentieth century, interest in color in architecture in Europe has been expressed in several ways. Two periods can be distinguished, characterized by different perceptions of the issue. First, between the 1920s and the outbreak of the Second World War, architects themselves tackled the...
Experiments were carried out to investigate the effect of simultaneous contrast on colour appearance by varying the lightness, colourfulness, and hue of an induction field surrounding a test colour. A total of 814 test/surround combinations were displayed on high‐resolution colour displays. Each...
This article addresses the results of the recent North and Fairchild article on observer metamerism. It reports on the results of a different experiment that produced similar results to those of North and Fairchild. The history of observer metamerism is outlined briefly and some possible sources...
The functional relation of visual to colorimetric scaling of small color differences is needed for a realistic interpretation of the perceptual magnitude of a measured color difference. Linearity is usually assumed and differences are expressed in threshold units without adjustment. an...
In 1993, the American Society for Testing and Materials carried out a field test of newly calculated tristimulus weighting factors. These weighting factors had been calculated by a method proposed by Venable. the test also included a method of correction for bandpass dependence put forth by...
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