Dr. John Medeiros – A New Theory of Color

by on June 3, 2010      

in Science & Technology

Prepare to challenge the existing model and theory of color! Our guest is physicist Dr. John Medeiros, the author of Cone Shape and Color Vision: The Unification of Structure and Perception, a paradigm-changing journey into the complex world of cones and rods. Why is the currently accepted theory of color insufficient? Find out as we engage Dr. John Medeiros in a colorful discussion that touches on the marvel of the eye, persisting puzzles related to color vision, new insights into colorblindness.

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1 Roibn Datta June 3, 2010 at 10:55 pm

Color vision testing in the US Army was (? is) done with the Ishihara pseudoisochromatic plates. In the US Navy they used (? use) the Farnsworth lantern.

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2 Darren June 19, 2010 at 10:01 am

Hi Kim !
You can read and see how photons disperse their wavelengths into color at the following link: http://www.goldenmean.info/fractalcolor
Perhaps you would interview Dan Winter regarding Sacred Geometry and DNA ? You also might like the animations at http://www.FrankChester.com
Take care, Darren

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