Abstract

This paper discusses the possibility of using a metric color space based on the three-component multistage theory of opponent colors when developing on-board aviation displays. The use of metric color space makes it possible to calculate color contrasts that are used as the main color characteristics and image-perception indices when constructing display systems of ergatic aircraft complexes in order to increase pilot safety.

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