Colouristics

Colouristics
Color of the Republicans and color of the Democrats
For Americans today, red and blue are closely associated with the Republican and Democratic parties. But this was not always the case - the colors began to be associated with the parties only after the 2000 elections.More
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British racing green
Long before the 70's, when racing cars started to be covered with obsessive advertising, each national racing team had its own, branded color.More
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Purple Fever
Today purple is a pretty common color, but have you ever wondered why it is does not exist on any flag? The fact is that until the 19th century, the purple dye was obtained exclusively from gastropod mollusks of the Ilyanok family. In hunt of a unique color, people exterminated them in tons.More
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How the Italian aristocrat made red the color of speed
Rosso corsa (racing red) is the international shade of red used in racing cars. Since the 20s of the last century, it has been a symbol of the Italian automakers Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Lancia and of course Ferrari. Story started in 1907 with the Beijing-Paris transcontinental rally.More
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Queen's dirty underwear
Isabelline - despite the romantic name, this unpleasant yellowish-gray shade of white is more likely associated with dirty laundry. According to the earliest legend, this color name comes from Spanish queen.More
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Black karate belt
Like most Japanese combat practice, karate graded beginners and masters, and color plays a key role in this hierarchy. It symbolizes the rank, level of mastery of its owner and motivate the fighter constantly improve body and spirit. Karate fighter begins with a white belt.More
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Halloween colors and their meaning
The holiday combines the ancient traditions of the Celts, imagination, creativity and mysticism. Just recently, it celebrated mainly in the USA and other Western countries, but every year the holiday is gaining more and more popularity in Eastern Europe, including in the post-Soviet space.More
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Vogue colors in politics
The history of vogue colors cross with political events in the world. For centuries, clothing has been a mirror of social mood, a tool for private protest and symbol of status. Today, politics come in to the life of everyone, regardless of the neutrality of views.More
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Color in history
People from time immemorial tried to designate themselves in any color. At first they put paint on the skin, and as soon as they learned how to sew clothes, they immediately began painting it. Throughout history, the color palette of clothes become richer, and its use is wider.More
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Learning colors with baby
From early childhood, you showed the world the child pointed to the object and its colour, but from about two years worth thinking about the directed learning of colors.More
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Why rainbow is not always visible?
The rainbow is an impressive atmospheric phenomenon, the nature of which has interested mankind at all times. Thus, the Persian astronomer Qutb al-Din ash-Shirazi, who lived in 1236-1311, was the first to give a fairly accurate explanation of the appearance of the rainbow.More
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Color harmony in photography
Surely each of you can remember the photos that are impressed by the color. Moreover, the presence of bright, catchy shades in such cases is not at all important. They stand out due to the particular combination of colors.More
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Dressing up Santa Claus
Initially, Santa's costume was brown, blue, white, purple and even green, but not red. And there was no single, canonical image of this legendary character.More
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Experiments with color in the food industry
Modern food industry can make food with specific taste and color. But still, some products simply can not fail to impress. The natural dye. Have you heard about purple carrot juice? And how often you see a purple carrots in the supermarket?More
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The physics of color
What is the color from the point of view of physics? The question is not so simple as it seems at first sight. Color is a physical property of light. From the point of view of physics, different colors of objects do not exist by themselves. Physics considers color as an electromagnetic wave.More
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Colorization
Colorization (coloring) is any translation process monochrome images( b\w, sepia) to color. This is quite a laborious process in our days is used for the restoration of old photos, films and even paintings. How black and white becomes color?More
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Which color is not present on the flags of the world?
At this moment there are 197 sovereign states, and each country has its own unique flag. But there is an interesting detail - there is a color that does not exist on any of the flags. This color is purple. The reason The reason for such color discrimination is very simple.More
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The color of the ocean
Green rivers and lakes, blue oceans, absolutely colorless water in a glass. So what color water actually is? The answer to this question only one. Pure water is blue. The fact that the color is very faint, and therefore invisible in a small glass.More
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The red cloak of the bullfighter
It is not easy to investigate the influence of red color on the psyche of the bulls. But it was made the conclusion as a result of many experiments, that almost all mammals, including bulls, do not distinguish color.More
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The study of animals color perception
Do animals perceive color in the same way as humans? Each of us asked this question sooner or later. But it is not so easy to give an accurate and exhaustive answer to it. The human has color vision, so it is quite difficult for us to imagine a completely discolored world.More
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Is it possible to patent the color?
Yes, it is. The certain color or shade may be the part of a design patent, that's to be an integral part of a trademark, graphical interface, product, or even an object (and this also happens).More
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Impossible color
There are impossible chromatic colors that our brains can not properly process, they seem to be "forbidden" by color theory. It is difficult for a person to see red with a green tint and yellow with a blue tint. Why is this happening?More
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The black holes
Yes,the black holes are really black, because the light waves from it are not reflected in any way, and the object itself does not emit light.The gravitational field becomes so strong during the formation of this cosmic object, that even the rays of light can not escape beyond its limits.More
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Why do you need harmony?
The principles of harmony are closely connected with our feelings. We have a habit to perceive information through touch, hearing, smell, sensation. Harmony is for each of the organs of perception.More
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The color circle of Itten
Our brain is still poorly taught , as complex neurological processes are going on inside it, connected with the whole organism by a single whole. The eyes are one of the tools of perception of the surrounding world.More
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