The Hue of Angles — Was Kandinsky Right?

@inproceedings{Albertazzi2015TheHO,
  title={The Hue of Angles — Was Kandinsky Right?},
  author={Liliana Albertazzi and Michela Malfatti and Luisa Canal and Rocco Micciolo},
  year={2015}
}
This article presents an experimental study on the natural association between angles and colour. Specifically, for each angle width — formed by two segments joined at their vertex — studied, participants were asked to indicate the colour that they perceived as most closely related to it, choosing from the NCS Hue Circle. The results show that participants systematically established a natural and consistent association between certain angles and colours, when explicitly asked to choose the… CONTINUE READING

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