FRS 123: Technology in Art and Cultural Heritage Color Color Two types of receptors: rods and cones Rods and cones Cones in fovea Rods and Cones Rods
More sensitive in low light: scotopic vision More dense near periphery Cones Only function with higher light levels: photopic vision Densely packed at center of eye: fovea Different types of cones color vision Color Perception M L 3 types of cones: L, M, S
Tristimulus theory of color S Tristimulus Color Any distribution of light can be summarized by its effect on 3 types of cones Therefore, human perception of color is a 3-dimensional space Metamerism: different spectra, same response Color blindness: fewer than 3 types of cones Most commonly L cone = M cone Color Models RGB
CMY HSV XYZ etc Color Models Different ways of parameterizing 3D space RGB Official standard: R = 645.16 nm, G = 526.32 nm, B = 444.44 nm Most monitors are some approximation to this
RGB Color Model Colors are additive R 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 1.0 0.5 1.0 1.0
0.0 1.0 1.0 0.7 Color Red Green Blue White Gray Black ? ? ?
XYZ Colorspace RGB cant represent all pure wavelengths with positive values Saturated greens would require negative red XYZ colorspace is a linear transform of RGB so that all pure wavelengths have positive values CIE Chromaticity Diagram CIE Chromaticity Diagram (White)
CIE Chromaticity Diagram Compare Color Gamuts Identify Complementary Colors Determine Dominant Wavelength and Purity RGB Color Gamut for Typical Monitor
Colorspaces for Television Differences in brightness more important than differences in color YCrCb, YUV, YIQ colorspaces = linear transforms of RGB Lightness: Y=0.299R+0.587G+0.114B Other color components typically allocated less bandwidth than Y Perceptually-Uniform Colorspaces Most colorspaces not perceptually uniform MacAdam ellipses: color within each ellipse appears
constant (shown here 10X size) Perceptually-Uniform Colorspaces uv space 4X X 15Y 3Z 9Y v' X 15Y 3Z u' Not perfect, but better than XYZ L*a*b* Color Space
Another choice: L*a*b* 1/ 3 Y L* 116 16 Yn 1/ 3 X 1 / 3 Y a* 500 X n Yn 1/ 3 Y 1 / 3 Z
b* 200 Yn Z n L*a*b* Color Space Often used for color comparison when perceptual differences matter Summary Perception and representation of Intensity, frequency, color Color
Tristimulus theory of color CIE Chromaticity Diagram Different color models
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It's the number of times per second that the vocal folds slap together. Source-Filter Model: Filter. The vocal tract is just a tube. At most frequencies, it just passes the excitation signal with no modification at all (??=1).
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