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Demonstrate Interfaces. basics and criteria КНИГИ ;ТЕХНИКА Название: demonstrate Interfaces. basics and StandardsАвтор: Bob Myers, Robert L. MyersГод: 2002 г.Страниц: 289 стр.Формат: pdfЯзык: английскийИздание: John Wiley & Sons, LtdРазмер: 6.93 mbISBN:0471499463Дисплейные интерфейсы. Основы и стандарты. Название говорит само за себя. Чтобы правильно понять эту книгу, знание английского - ОБЯЗАТЕЛЬНО.Скачать demonstrate Interfaces. basics and criteria c eighty five

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Used by permission from John Wiley & Sons. 42 FUNDAMENTALS OF COLOR These are actually two of a set of three chromaticity coordinates, with the final coordinate (z) derived from the Z value in a similar manner (which also results in z = 1 – x – y). However, the full xyz set is rarely used. The x and y values, however, define a two-dimensional space which is very useful in visualizing various aspects of color relationships. Specifying the CIE (x,y) coordinates along with the luminance (Y) provides a very easy and practical means of describing the appearance of a wide range of light sources.

The refractive index of any optical material, and so the degree to which light is “bent” at the interface of that material and air, varies with the frequency of the light. Higher-frequency light, toward the blue end of the spectrum, is bent less than lowerfrequency light. , blue) is refracted to a lesser degree than lower-frequency light (red). In the case of human vision, this results in the blue components of an image being focused effectively “behind” the red components, leading to a false sense of depth induced by color (chromostereopsis).

With the simple lens of the eye, this sort of chromatic aberration results in images of different color being focused slightly differently. Pure fields of any given color can be brought into proper focus, through the adaptive action of the lens, but if objects of very different colors are seen in close proximity, a problem arises. The problem is at its worst, of course, with colors at the extremes of the visual spectrum – blue and red. If bright examples of both colors are seen together, the eye cannot focus correctly on both; the blue image focuses “behind” the red, as seen in Figure 2-9.

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