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Applying color image fusion Helmholtz

 

 For fans of fine art and possibly for artists who would like to extend the application of its style

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Possible developments in fine art

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fine art visual sense  colour fusion helmholtz images

Recovery techniques of these publications could be made with the participation of (mainly)

  professional artists, with their accumulation and talent.

 

Starting from

 

Young–Helmholtz theory

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thomas Young and Hermann Helmholtz assumed that the eye's retina consists of three different kinds of light receptors for red, green and blue

The Young–Helmholtz theory (based on the work of Thomas Young and Hermann von Helmholtz in the 19th century) is a theory of trichromatic color vision – the manner in which the photoreceptor cells in the eyes of humans and other primates work to enable color vision. In 1802, Young postulated the existence of three types of photoreceptors (now known as cone cells) in the eye, each of which was sensitive to a particular range of visible light.[1]

Hermann von Helmholtz developed the theory further in 1850: that the three types of cone photoreceptors…….

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It is fascinating to follow this journey of technical science that led to digital fine art compositions.

Thus it can be said that a mixture of colors, the painter's palette, corresponds to a mix of colors in the,

psychological structure.

 

  It is interesting to submit discussion made by H.v. Helmholtz conclusions with respect to the  colored merger

which offers technical application in the fine art

I quote

Helmholtz's Reports of Binocular Colour Fusion

Hermann von Helmholtz looked into binocular colour fusion (and the effect referred to here as the "Sky Blue' Observation) in his book "Treatise on Physiological Optics; Volumes II & III".  The relevant sections are in the Optics Text file (which should open in a new browser window).  The following page references are to this text.
    - Binocular Colour Fusion References follow immediately.
    - 'Sky Blue' References 

 

 

And in the this case produces a black-white mix

in the psychological structure

  And I exercised this technique; I present an excerpt from the link

 

Compositions of fine art in which it would be possible to observe t...

 


 

 Fig. 8.1 Kazimir Malevich, Blue triangle and black rectangle. 65.5 X 57 cm

Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum (Dictionnaire de la Peinture - Larousse, 1993)

 I have made the transposition applying techniques for two eyes that I propose

 (Kazimir Malevich, Blue triangle and black rectangle)

 

 Stereogram (arranged for crossed-eye viewing)

 We could call Dichromate-F

   fusion color image Helmholtz

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