Several resources about color and its relationship with other human activities.
Unconventional way of classifying and teaching colors.
Academic laboratory dedicated to research and education in color science, based at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Concerns the measurement and control of coloured surfaces such as plastics, textiles, and surface coatings. It is intended for practitioners rather than theoreticians.
Demonstrate mixture of light with three primaries. Introduce concept of chromaticity coordinates.
Demonstrate how to display a 1931 CIE chromaticity chart, as well as the transformations needed for the 1960 and 1976 charts. The charts can be displayed using either the 1931 2-degree or 1964 10-degree standard observer.
Interactive demonstration of mixing additive or subtractive colors.
A simple experiment testing the effect color has on the absorption and reflection of solar energy.
A complete Delphi program, including source code, to display wavelength colors as a function of wavelength and optionally display the emission and absorption spectra of hydrogen.
An educational resource for the science of optics and the physics of light and color intended for teachers, students, and the general public.