Monday, February 28, 2011

Everyone is Colorblind

A shocking fact: we cannot perceive color. Really. We can only perceive color differences. That’s one of the reasons the eye constantly makes tiny little movements called saccades. So that the eye can register the differences between one view and the next.
So what does that teach us?  It’s always about the relationship between colors, never about one single color.

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