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Episode 1435

Impossible color
Wed, 2021-Apr-07 02:03 UTC
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With 328,986 views on Tuesday, 6 April 2021 our article of the day is Impossible color.

Impossible colors are colors that do not appear in ordinary visual functioning. Different color theories suggest different hypothetical colors that humans are incapable of seeing for one reason or another, and made-up colors are routinely created in popular culture. While some such colors have no basis in reality, phenomena such as cone cell fatigue enable colors to be perceived in certain circumstances that would not be otherwise.





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