[Neuroscience] Re: Color and Vision

Michael Olea oleaj at sbcglobal.net
Fri Aug 11 20:38:26 EST 2006


mimo_545 at hotmail.com wrote:

> zaphod at myrealbox.com wrote:
>>Hi:
>>In writing about Technicolor for my next book on cinema I've become
>>interested in how people see color.  I'm trying to figure out, first,
>>what it meant to leave out blue in the first experiments with 2-strip
>>Technicolor,
> 
> (try Edwin Land?)

Have a look also at:

CURRENT WORK ON COLOR: 
showing that color sensation depends on eye movements (see Aline Bompas) 
Also: A new approach to color: explaining unique hues, opponency and Berlin
& Kay's anthropological data on color naming from a simple sensorimotor
hypothesis (with David Philipona) Download pdf 

Available here:

http://nivea.psycho.univ-paris5.fr/

And the references therein. It speaks directly to your two questions.

Also worth a look:

Schrater and Kersten: "Vision, Psychophysics, and Bayes"
http://gandalf.psych.umn.edu/~kersten/kersten-lab/papers/SchraterKerstenMITPress.pdf

It's a little broader setting, but some good stuff on color perception in
that paper.

-- Michael



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