The presence or absence of light is what causes the sensation of color. Light is a physical phenomenon, but color depends on the interaction of light with our visual apparatus and is therefore a psychophysical phenomenon.
KeywordsColor Space Spectral Distribution Color Formation Visible Color Color System
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