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Greyscale sensitiveness of the human eye

Ingo Reise reise
Wed Jul 12 08:15:21 EST 1995


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Hello!

I'm searching for information on the sensitiveness of the human eye to
grey-scales.

I've been told, that the human eye is able to separate 64 grey-scales.
But there should be a set of colors, or more precisely, shades of one color,
on which the eye is able to separate more levels.
My information is, that these colors are called glowing-colors, or something
like that.

Please, could anyone give me a hint where to get information about these
colors, or related information?

Ingo 

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