Friday, December 04, 2009
John Nack reports: [edited]
Should you encounter someone who doubts the importance of context in color perception, you might try whipping out this little demonstration.
Selections from the comments section:
"The diamonds are all gradients, with the tops lighter than the bottoms. This makes the diamonds on top appear darker, since the bottom of the top diamonds is darker than the top of the lower diamonds. - Gary"
"Decided to have some fun with the concept - click here - Michael Glasser"