اللون الأرجواني هو "لون غير طيفي" ، مما يعني أنه موجود فقط في أذهاننا: لا يوجد طول موجي للضوء يتوافق معه. يتصور دماغنا اللون الأرجواني عندما يرى مزيجًا من الضوء الأحمر القوي والأزرق القوي ، دون أي لون أخضر.

إدراك اللون

خصائص اللون التي يمكن تمييزها بطبيعتها بالعين البشرية هي الصبغة والتشبع والسطوع. بينما نعلم أن الألوان الطيفية يمكن أن تكون مرتبطة بطول موجة الضوء ، فإن إدراك الضوء ذي الأطوال الموجية المتعددة يكون أكثر تعقيدًا. لقد وجد أن العديد من التركيبات المختلفة للأطوال الموجية للضوء يمكن أن تنتج نفس الإدراك للون. يمكن وضع هذا في منظور مع مخطط اللونية CIE.

يمكن أيضًا تحقيق النقطة البيضاء أو اللونية E باستخدام العديد من الخلائط المختلفة للضوء ، على سبيل المثال مع الألوان التكميلية. إذا كان لديك مصدران مضيئان يبدو أنهما أبيضان بشكل متساوٍ ، فيمكن الحصول عليهما عن طريق إضافة مجموعتين مختلفتين من الألوان. وهذا يعني أن … مواصلة القراءة (قراءة 2 دقائق)

11 thoughts on “Purple is a “non-spectral color”, which means that it exists only in our minds: there is no wavelength of light that corresponds to it. Our brain perceives purple when it sees a mixture of strong red and strong blue light, without any green.”

  1. Retrosonic82

    The same goes for a specific shade of pink, it was used in the film “colour out of space” for that very reason. It also happens to be my favourite colour. I do wonder if maybe people see that shade of pink differently to how I see it and it blows my mind knowing that it doesn’t actually exist!

  2. Zondartul

    That depends on what you mean by “color”. If we go by “color you perceive” then all color is only in our minds. To us, purple, pink, and violet are all shades of each other.
    If, on the other hand, we go by “color as wavelength”, then violet light is of a single wavelength while purple has two wavelengths, but our eyes have no way to differentiate between the two so purple and violet light are literally identical to our eyes.

  3. بون-نشر

    Strong Red and Blue Rain is my favorite Prince song.

  4. Username_Shusername

    So what’s with the V in ROYGBIV?

  5. Fake_William_Shatner

    This is pretty cool to know that you can have a purple color as a mix and as a unique frequency — TWO very different wavelengths.

    So it is EITHER an interpreted value or an actual value because our brain lacks another color or didn’t need one in order for us to understand what we were seeing.

    If we could see X-Rays, what color would they be? Maybe your brain would make understand it with another sense like hearing. If our eyes had perfect detection, we would see a gradation of lower to higher frequencies, maybe we’d be seeing in black and white.

    However, light is created by electrons dropping from higher to lower atomic orbitals and releasing energy in the process — so their are ONLY specific pulses that can occur based on atomic structure. Now of course, different atoms together, different surfaces, different speeds causing red-shift and such mean these specific bands are intermixed.

    So, it’s likely the different cones were even more specialized at one time, and saw narrower bands important to acquiring food and avoiding predators.

    Now if the I had a perfect single detector, we could differentiate these, but organically, it just worked out that it specialized into rods for luminescence three different cones as a primitive interferometer that and and Color is a concept.

    If you scrape off the outer layer of the eye and reduce it’s UV coating, you might actually see ultraviolet. Most insects “see” in this range. But what color it is – no telling. We can’t really imagine another color because our brains aren’t wired for it. I can “feel” another color though as a way to imagine it. We have the capability to use one sense to describe something “out of range.” People losing a sense or who have synesthesia do this “trick.”

    But the blue-red, and violet colors are where this trick was perfected and humans never noticed. I’d love to see an exact purple as red and blue, and also as the specific color source right next to each other to see if I can train myself to tell a difference.

    It’s really cool to understand our blind spots and how our brains mask them.

  6. MacDee_

    Tell that to the people-eater

  7. _try_another

    I just found out I’m color blind. It came completely out of the purple!

  8. PeachesdeBangbang

    A pigment of our imagination

  9. 7FigureMarketer

    So it’s just a pigment of my imagination?

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