Colour and appearance perceptions are very complex psychological phenomena. Written by one of the foremost authorities in the field, this major two-volume work addresses the key topics required to understand the issues and manage colour effectively. Principles of colour appearance and measurement Volume 1 addresses how objects appear to viewers, how they perceive colour and the major types of instrumentation used to measure colour.
Chapters detail the characteristics of light sources and object colour and appearance attributes. The complexities of human visual perception, unusual visual phenomena and colour blindness, causes and types, are discussed. Colour measurement instruments and instrumental measures of colour, fluorescence and whiteness are described.
Principles of colour appearance and measurement Volumes 1 and 2 is a comprehensive resource for designers, colour technologists, colour quality inspectors, product developers and anyone who uses colour in their work.
Addresses the key topics required to understand the issues of colour measure and management
Volume 1 examines how viewers perceive colour and how objects appear to them and reviews the major types of instrumentation used to measure colour