Tyndall's paradox of hue discrimination.

Abstract

We confirm a remarkable but forgotten property of human color vision that was described over 50 years ago by Tyndall [J. Opt. Soc. Am 23, 12 (1933)]: if wavelength discrimination is measured in the region of 455 nm, the sensitivity of the eye improves when a large fraction of the monochromatic light in each half of the matching field is replaced by white… (More)

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