Raquel Bujans.


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Shading Theory. Shading Theory. Cones. Sunlight. See shading. 3 sorts: red, green, blue (not correct) ... Paint all the more warm/cool. Ex: paint dawn dusk. Every shading movements ...
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DKL Color Model Raquel Bujans Research counselor Dr. Cindy Grimm

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Color Theory How your eye sees light: Light reflects off item Enters eye, retina Processed by mind Physical procedure: Rods Cones Double-adversary cells Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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Color Theory Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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Color Theory Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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Daylight See shading 3 sorts: red, green, blue (not correct) Middle of retina Cones Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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Low light conditions Black + white Peripheral vision More poles than cones Rods Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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Circular Types Red – green Blue – yellow Make both hues appear to be brighter when by each other (hard time seeing limit) Double-Opponent Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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Double-Opponent Blue-Yellow: Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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Double-Opponent Red-Green: Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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No bars/cones/twofold adversary cells in one spot. That where your optic nerve is! Blind side! Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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http://www.psych.ucsb.edu/~rowe/SimultaneousContrast.html http://www.psych.ucsb.edu/~rowe/SuccessiveColorContrast.html Fun Tricks Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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RGB: red, green, blue Additive (every one of the 3 together = white light) Based on added substance essential hues Can\'t speak to every obvious shading TV, screens Existing Color Models (RGB) Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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HSV: shade, esteem, immersion Hue signifies "shading" Value signifies "splendor" Saturation signifies "energy" or "virtue" More perceptually natural Existing Color Models (HSV) Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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Existing Color Models (HSV) Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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LUV: luminance, chromacity Tries to speak to a greater number of hues than RGB Can speak to every unmistakable shading Designed to be more precise Existing Color Models (LUV) Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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Existing Color Models (LUV) Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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DKL: red-green, blue-yellow, force Reasons why: New strategies for creative control Based straightforwardly off eye\'s physical procedure of "seeing" New Model - DKL Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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Paint all the more warm/cool Ex: paint dawn ��  dusk Each shading shifts distinctively Ex: red ��  blue VS. green ��  blue Easy to change: conform blue-yellow channel Control force Intensity influences shading http://www.psych.ucsb.edu/~rowe/Bezold-Brucke.html Why DKL is Better Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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In contact with the way we see light Models conduct of cones, poles, and twofold adversaries Represents more hues Color association more right Why DKL is Better Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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Recent work: tables of hues moved under various shading models Color Shift Tables Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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? Questions? Washington University in St. Louis Media & Machines Lab

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