Color in the Real World - Links
- Ambient Lighting: The Dress on CodePen
- Mix Your Palette: Mountain Highlights on CodePen
- Dadgumit, Blowouts on CodePen
- Atmospheric Perspective: Boat Fading into Distance on CodePen
- simulate.js: original by Michael Deal
- http://www.pewpewlaser.com/blogs/623: Demo of simulate.js
Color Accessibility and Testing
- Color Oracle: (http://colororacle.org/) A free, open-source color blindness simulator for Window, Mac and Linux.
- Colour Accessibility By Geri Coady: (http://www.fivesimplesteps.com/products/colour-accessibility) Short e-book on how to design for color-blindness.
- Firefox Plug-in: Colorblind Design
- Tools > Web Developer > Responsive Design View > Filter
- Chrome Extension: Spectrum
- Chrome Extension: Colorblinding
- Deuteranopia - Red-Green Color Blindness on Colblindor
- Protanopia - Red-Green Color Blindness on Colblindor
- Tritanopia - Blue-Yellow Color Blindness on Colblindor
- Victoria Finlay, The Brilliant History of Color in Art
- The Science of Why No One Agrees on the Color of This Dress: Wired
- 1492: Dress Color
- Purple passion (Tyrian Purple)
- The Perfect Sunset, Part I: Better Colors With Sass
- Radiolab - Colors: A fascinating podcast with a lovely aural representation of how other life-forms see color, and a studies about when colors are named / seen in a civilization's history.
- Through the Language Glass: How Words Colour Your World by Guy Deutscher
- William Herschel's discovery of infrared
- History of Pigments
- No one could see the color blue until modern times
- The women with superhuman vision
- How synaesthesia inspires artists
- Spiral Galaxy M101 - Spitzer Space Telescope (Infrared)
- Hubble Image of M101 (Visible Light)
- M101 from Chandra Xray
- M101: A Pinwheel in Many Colors
- Cone Fundamentals With Srgb Spectrum by BenRG. Public domain.
- Red / Green door lock by Taylor Sizemore. © Taylor Sizemore, used with permission.
- A Quick Guide to Color-Coding in Tabletop Games by Daniel Solis. Creative Commons.