The influence of the chromatic effect of crispening on the shift in the manifestation of the color of the observer
The paper presents the results of the research on the manifestation of the chromatic effect crispening, where the primary stimuli are designed as squares in the blue-green color with the values of 55% RTV and 65% RTV, while the secondary stimuli are designed as backgrounds in the purple color and their variations are made in the values of 25% RTV, 50 % RTV, 75% RTV and 100% RTV that surrounds the primary stimuli. Ten respondents of both sexes participated in the research. They had the task to match on a computer screen through the binocular harmonization technique the test primary stimuli with the referential stimuli, so that the test primary stimuli are perceived the same or equal to the referential primary stimuli. The intensity of the effect was determined and presented in the CIEDE00 system. The results of the research show that the intensity of the effect was more pronounced on the test primary stimuli of 65% RTV, where the deviations in the perception of color were more pronounced. The smallest deviation was measured on the primary stimulus of 55% RTV with the background of 75% RTV, which is also a recommendation to the designers when creating a conceptual solution with the combination of pairs presented in this paper.
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