Color constancy in shadows.

@article{Newhall1958ColorCI,
  title={Color constancy in shadows.},
  author={Sidney M. Newhall and Robert Ward Burnham and Richard M. Evans},
  journal={Journal of the Optical Society of America},
  year={1958},
  volume={48 12},
  pages={
          976-84
        }
}
Because color samples perceived as surfaces or objects tend to look much the same under various viewing conditions, they are said to possess color constancy. The viewing condition chosen for study was an obvious shadow of daylight quality falling on a color sample and part of a surrounding white field; the less the effect of the shadow on the color appearance of the sample, the greater would be the color constancy. The purpose of the study was to make evaluations of the color constancy, both… CONTINUE READING

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