WHOLEDUDE – WHOLEDESIGNER – IVES

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WHOLEDUDE – WHOLEDESIGNER – IVES:

The comprehensive understanding of biological coloration demands a study of Physics, Chemistry, Physiology, Biology, Psychology and other subjects. It is equally important to pay tribute to people who have contributed to a better understanding of the principles involved in color production. I am happy to introduce Herbert Eugene Ives(1882-1953), son of Frederic Eugene Ives(1856-1937) to my readers.

WholeDude-WholeDesigner: Herbert Eugene Ives, President of the Optical Society of America(1924-25) made a systematic study of the spectral absorption characteristics of all readily available pigments. He became an expert in Color Photography, Color Fascimile, and Color Television Systems.
WholeDude-WholeDesigner: Herbert Eugene Ives, President of the Optical Society of America(1924-25) made a systematic study of the spectral absorption characteristics of all readily available pigments. He became an expert in Color Photography, Color Fascimile, and Color Television Systems.
WholeDude-WholeDesigner: The creation of an artistic unit which is recognized by its Color demands designing ability where the Designer knows the object of perception and the mind that has the ability called perception.
WholeDude-WholeDesigner: The creation of an artistic unit which is recognized by its Color demands designing ability where the Designer knows the object of perception and the mind that has the ability called perception. The problem of Color Blindness illustrates the importance of the physiology of perception.
WholeDude-Whole Designer: From a human perspective, the sensory organ called Eye is very important for Color Perception, but perception also involves a psychological function as humans attach feelings, moods, and thoughts to the colors that they perceive. The object of perception, like the colors of flowers do not know the mind of its perceiver.
WholeDude-Whole Designer: From a human perspective, the sensory organ called Eye is very important for Color Perception, but perception also involves a psychological function as humans attach feelings, moods, and thoughts to the colors that they perceive. The object of perception, like the colors of flowers do not know the mind of its perceiver. This image describes the role of Tapetum Lucidum to improve light perception.

Herbert Eugene Ives is recognized for his study of the spectral absorption characteristics of all readily available pigments and he concluded that an artist’s palette containing only three properly chosen colors is entirely adequate under most circumstances for color production. He introduced modern Tri-Stimulus Colorimetry, the three-components theory of chromatic adaptation. Through his devotion to the science of Optics and the art of Photography, he proved that three colors are adequate to handle the vast majority of colors needed for naturalistic painting. In nature, the beauty of colorful objects is in the imagination of the viewer. I would like to share some photo images of Glory-bower which belongs to Family Verbenaceae, Order Lamiales, tropical plants and shrubs that are grown for their attractive flowers, and foliage.

WholeDude-WholeDesigner: Clerodendrum thomsonae. Bleeding heart glory-bower from Africa. Blooms resemble bleeding heart and the leaves are heart-shaped, glossy, dark-green. The plant exists blissfully without any awareness of an anatomical organ called heart.
WholeDude-WholeDesigner: Clerodendrum thomsonae. Bleeding heart glory-bower from Africa. Blooms resemble bleeding heart and the leaves are heart-shaped, glossy, dark-green. The plant exists blissfully without any awareness of an anatomical organ called heart.
WholeDude-WholeDesigner: Flaming, or Scarlet Glory-bower, Clerodendrum spendens. Red-Orange flowers among heart-shaped leaves.
WholeDude-WholeDesigner: Flaming, or Scarlet Glory-bower, Clerodendrum spendens. Red-Orange flowers among heart-shaped leaves.
WholeDude-WholeDesigner: Glory-bower from Asia. Clerodendrum speciosissimum. Flame-Orange flowers above heart-shaped bronze leaves.
WholeDude-WholeDesigner: Glory-bower from Asia. Clerodendrum speciosissimum. Flame-Orange flowers above heart-shaped bronze leaves.
WholeDude-WholeDesigner: Tri-Stimulus Color Theory. We need to understand as to how the sensory stimulus generates a sense of psychological satisfaction in the mind of the perceiver.
WholeDude-WholeDesigner: Tri-Stimulus Color Theory. We need to understand as to how the sensory stimulus generates a sense of psychological satisfaction in the mind of the perceiver.

The Tri-Stimulus Color Theory is important as it has several useful, practical applications and man reproduces natural colors. At a fundamental level, color provides the sensory stimulus and man perceives color as the evidence of a work done by a Designer who is intentionally providing a sense of psychological satisfaction in the mind of the perceiver.

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