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[ ] Additional authors: Best, Janet, -- editor. Series: The Textile Institute book series Edition statement:Second edition. Physical details: 1 online resource (xiv, 690 pages) : ISBN:9780081018897 (electronic bk.); 0081018894 (electronic bk.); 9780081012703 (electronic bk.); 0081012705 (electronic bk.). Subject(s): Color in design. | ART / General | Color in design. | Electronic books. Item type: List(s) this item appears in: Architecture and the Built Environment
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Front Cover; Colour Design: Theories and Applications; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Part One: Colour vision and colour perception; Chapter 1: What is colour?; 1.1 Introduction: what is colour?; 1.2 Visible light; 1.3 Organising colours; 1.3.1 Colour spectrum and Newton's seven; 1.3.2 Three-dimensional colour: the evidence; 1.3.3 Three dimensions of colour: the reason; 1.3.4 Extending the spectral bow to a hue circle; 1.3.5 From hue circle to full 3D colour space; 1.4 Conclusions; References; Further reading; Chapter 2: The human visual system described through visual illusions

2.1 Introduction2.2 Illusions in the context of human visual system; 2.2.1 A short description of the visual system; 2.2.2 The retina and spatial vision; 2.2.3 Colour sensation; 2.3 From isolated colour to colour in context: Some experiments; 2.3.1 Land experiments; 2.3.2 After-images and the Daw experiment; 2.4 Examples of the different groups of colour illusions; 2.4.1 Colour constancy; 2.4.2 Simultaneous contrast; 2.4.3 The locality of contrast; 2.4.4 Assimilation; 2.5 Conclusions; References; Further reading

Chapter 3: Variability in normal and defective colour vision: Consequences for occupational environments3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Vision information channels; 3.3 The concept of the luminous efficiency function; 3.4 Photoreceptor contrasts and the CIE (x,y) chromaticity chart; 3.4.1 The CIE (x,y) standard observer; 3.4.2 Equivalence of luminance and colour contrast; 3.5 Individual differences in colour vision; 3.5.1 Normal colour vision; 3.5.2 Congenital colour vision deficiency; 3.6 Methods of assessing colour vision loss; 3.6.1 Pseudo-isochromatic plate tests

3.6.2 Colour thresholds in dynamic luminance contrast (LC) noise3.6.3 Lantern tests; 3.6.4 Hue discrimination or arrangement tests; 3.7 Anomaloscope variability in the parameters of the yellow match; 3.7.1 Effect of changing the spectral separation between L and M cones; 3.7.2 Effect of shifts in the L to M midpoint wavelength; 3.7.3 Effect of changes in pigment optical density; 3.8 Colour assessment and diagnostics (CAD) test; 3.8.1 Isolation of colour signals; 3.8.2 Limits of normal colour vision; 3.8.3 Effect of luminance contrast (LC) noise; 3.8.4 Diagnosing the class of colour deficiency

3.8.5 Variability within congenital colour deficiency3.8.6 Effect of ambient illumination and stimulus size on colour sensitivity in normal trichromats and in congenital ...; 3.8.7 Effect of background luminance on colour thresholds in congenital colour deficiency; 3.9 Colour in occupational environments; 3.9.1 Current occupational colour vision requirements; 3.9.2 The need to quantify the severity of colour vision loss; 3.9.3 Setting minimum colour vision requirements; 3.10 Colour in healthcare; 3.10.1 Patterns of colour vision loss in retinal disease; 3.10.2 Impact in vision healthcare

Colour Design: Theories and Applications, Second Edition, provides information on a broad spectrum of colour subjects written by seasoned industry professionals and academics. It is a multidisciplinary book that addresses the use of colour across a range of industries, with a particular focus on textile colouration. Part One deals with the human visual system, colour perception and colour psychology, while Part Two focuses on the practical application of colour in design, including specifically in textiles and fashion. Part Three covers cultural and historical aspects of colour, as well as recent developments, addressing areas such as dyes and pigments, architecture, colour theory, virtual reality games, colour printing, website development, and sustainability. This revised, expanded, and updated edition reflects recent technological developments, and new industry priorities. Bringing together the science of colouration and the more artistic elements of design, this book supports students, academics, and industry professionals in developing a deep knowledge of colour use. It will also be an important reference for those involved in textile dyeing, design and manufacture.

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