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Title: Colour and pattern composition to blend objects into a natural environment
Authors: Baumbach, J
Keywords: Colours
Colour perception
Camouflage pattern
Camouflage colours
Issue Date: Jun-2008
Publisher: Swedish Colour Science Foundation
Citation: Baumbach, J. 2008. Colour and pattern composition to blend objects into a natural environment. AIC Interim Meeting 2008 “Colour – Effects and Affects”, Stockholm, Sweden, 15-18 June, pp 4.
Abstract: Three experimental patterns, having the same colours, were developed to better understand colour, form and texture perception by the human cognitive system. It was found that at short distances small elements (highly textured pattern) are almost three times more effective than a pattern with large elements, while at long distances the pattern with the larger elements was three times more effective than the textured pattern. Colour differences in the pattern, caused by the human eye’s integration where the individual elements could not be resolved, were not obvious
Description: AIC Interim Meeting 2008 “Colour – Effects and Affects”, Stockholm, Sweden, 15-18 June 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3152
ISBN: 0280-2198
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