THE SCIENCE OF COLOR
COMMITTEE ON COLORIMETRY |
OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
Over 380 pages
Copyright, 1953, by THOMAS Y. CROWELL COMPANY
According to the Preface:
" THE SCIENCE OF COLOR has for its field large areas of several sciences including physics, chemistry, histology, physiology, and psychology, and it contributes importantly to many arts, including architecture, decoration, illumination, industrial design, and the graphic arts. The measurement of color is one of the most recent developments in the science of color. This development owes something to each of the sciences and contributes to all of the visual arts. "
ILLUSTRATIONS AND TABLES
INTRODUCTION The Historical Background and Evolution of the Colorimetry Report
1. From the Art of Coloring to the Science of Color
2. The Concept of Color
3. Anatomy and Physiology of Color Vision
4. Psychological Concepts: Sensory Aspects of Color
5. Psychological Concepts: Perceptual and Affective Aspects of Color
6. Physical Concepts: Radiant Energy and Its Measurement
7. Psychophysics of Color
8. Quantitative Data and Methods for Colorimetry
9. Colorimeters and Color Standards
The book is in good condition, but the cover is discolored and faded.
No torn or ripped pages.
The side edges of the pages appear yellowed or dirty from the side view.