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krisi   7/29/2014 11:55:30 AM
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Sorry Max, I didn't notice its length...we can print as is as long the copyright owner is fine with it

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Max The Magnificent   7/29/2014 11:48:31 AM
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@prabhakar: Thank you Max for enlightening me on the intricacies of the Color Perception. I have yet not gone through the paper thoroughly but the browse thru itself gave a lot of insight.

This took a lot of work and "grew in the telling" ... so I woudl love to hear what you think about it when you get the time to dive in more thoroughly.

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Max The Magnificent   7/29/2014 11:47:18 AM
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@krisi: ...would you be interested in expanding this to a book chapter...

Expanding it? It's already ~60 pages and ~20,000 words!!! LOL

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prabhakar_deosthali   7/29/2014 11:42:37 AM
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Thank you Max for enlightening me on the intricacies of the Color Perception. I have yet not gone through the paper thoroughly but the browse thru itself gave a lot of insight.

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krisi   7/29/2014 11:17:22 AM
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thank you Max...this is really cool...would you be interested in expanding this to a book chapter on optical devices that I am currently editing for CRC Press? kris.iniewski@gmail.com

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Max The Magnificent   7/29/2014 10:53:03 AM
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@krisi: I thought was a chemical reaction, no?

Well, I guess most things are at the most fundamental level -- but the higher-level mechanism is very interesting -- check out my paper on color vision.

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Max The Magnificent   7/29/2014 10:51:25 AM
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@prabhakar: We can aalso match a shade exactly  by a correct combination of basic colors.

Well ... sort of -- maybe -- it all depends. Most of us have three different types of color cones/receptors, so the mixing of CMYK pigments works well for us (similarly for mixing RBG light) -- but some people have four types of color receptors, and I think they do not get as good an experiance from the standard image generation techniquies we use. Check out the Tetrachromats, Pentachromats, Etc. topic in my paper on color vision.

 

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prabhakar_deosthali   7/29/2014 1:23:15 AM
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@Max The Magnificient

Yes very true ! 

But I am talking about the production of the desired colors - depending upon the resolution available we can create required no of shades of colors as we want. We can aalso match a shade exactly  by a correct combination of basic colors.

Similarly even if we may not know how a partcular smell is perceived by our sensory system, we may be able to atleast reproduce a smell based upon its recipe ( the percentage of the basic components).  This will enable us to transmit the Smell alongwith picture , video. 

 

In Virtual reality context , this is the important area that we are still missing, in my opinion

 

 

 

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krisi   7/28/2014 1:26:40 PM
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I thought was a chemical reaction, no?

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Max The Magnificent   7/28/2014 10:09:17 AM
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@prabhakar: We have found the basic elements of the color (our visual sense).

But it took us a long time to realize just how the color cones in our eyes worked to give us color vision.

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