This is all part of what we call “the color study.” This is a research study conducted by the color expert Vicki Boutin, who has been studying the color spectrum for over 25 years. Her research into the color spectrum has given her more insights about colors, their relationship to the human eye, and the way we react to them. She has found that we can see colors through three different levels of awareness.
She calls this the level of awareness of the three colors of the spectrum, as opposed to the level of awareness of the color, the hue, or the saturation, or the brightness. All of these levels of awareness are known to influence how we perceive color. In her study, Boutin also found that color perception changes are tied to the color’s location in the color spectrum.
She says that we all perceive color through three different levels of awareness. She also says that we perceive color through the three components of awareness. In other words, we perceive color through the hue, brightness, and saturation.
We are able to make our color sense more accurate by understanding the three component of awareness. In her study, Boutin also found that color perception changes are tied to the color location in the color spectrum.
Most people have an extremely high ability to perceive color. But like I said in the intro, color perception is not only dependent on the person’s ability, but also on his/her level of self-awareness. In contrast to the study of the three component of awareness, Boutin’s study found that there was no correlation between color perception and the color location in the spectrum.
Okay, that’s interesting as well. If Boutin’s study is true, it means that color perception is highly individualized, which is why color can be so difficult to grasp. It also suggests that color is more of a continuum than a binary number. With one being the most easy to grasp, and the other being the most difficult.
The study found a correlation between color location and color perception, but that color perception was not a good predictor of color location. In other words, while there are some people who can easily spot green in a spectrum, and those who can easily spot blue, people with pink or brown eyes can still easily spot green. People with blue eyes on the spectrum can still easily see green.
The study results were pretty good, but they were very predictable. People who have blue eyes and light green skin have the highest color perception. Green color is pretty easy to see in a spectrum, but blue is not. People with pink and brown eyes can still easily see blue. People with brown eyes and green skin have the highest color location.
People with blue eyes are also the most sensitive to blue light, which is why we have so many examples of blue in the world. People with brown eyes in general are pretty fair, but not as green as blue eyes.
People with blue eyes and brown skin are also the most sensitive to yellow and reddish orange. People with dark brown eyes can see all colors, but the sensitivity to red is lower.People with purple eyes can see reds and yellows, but the sensitivity is lower.