An infinite number of colors surround us in our everyday lives. It influence our tastes in food and other purchases, and it can also tell us about that person’s health. Even though colors affect us so much, our knowledge of color and its control is often insufficient, leading to a variety of problems in deciding product color or in business transactions involving color. When a white light passes through a prism, the prism disperses the white light into red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet colors. The color dispersion is known as visual spectrum and technically, it is known as spectral distribution. But how can we tell the difference between colors, between the red of an apple and the yellow of a lemon?
Garie Xu, Sales Engineer of Konica Minolta Sensing Singapore Pte Ltd, will present the part 1 of the basics of color measurement. In this webinar, Garie will introduce the 3 conditions that are necessary for us to perceive color. Topics include:
- Color Perception
- Light Source