Abstract

Specifications are reported of colors which match in appearance with relatively complete adaptation to daylight, tungsten, and a third greenish illuminant. A computational procedure is described for predicting the color appearance of everyday objects. This procedure is based on the known spectral character of the given object in relation to the appearance data presented here. Certain implications for color vision theory are included.

© 1957 Optical Society of America

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