Electromagnetic Conception of Color Vision in Additive Mixing of Colors. Application in the Photography. Art and Psychology

Ignat Ignatov, Kevork Vanlyan


Vision (visual perception) is a process of psycho-physiological processing of the images of surrounding objects, carried out by the visual system, which allows getting an idea of ​​the size, shape and color of surrounding objects, their relative position and distance between them. The vision analyzer can perceives waves of a certain length - from 380 to 770 nm with pigments – rhodopsin and iodopsin.The aim of the research is the mechanism of color perception by the visual analyzer having the ability to analyze certain ranges of the optical spectrum. The colors were studied along with an analysis of the additive mixing of two colors. In 2008 Marinov and Ignatov shown that at the mixing of electromagnetic waves with different wavelengths, the visual analyzer perceive them as separate or average wave length corresponding to mix color.

Keywords: vision, rhodopsin, iodopsin, additive color mixing

DOI: 10.7176/JMPB/64-02

Publication date: February 29th 2020

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