The Singerman Color Mixer is used to demonstrate light mixing. Three independent 1.6 Million Color RGB LEDs are included to allow illustrations of primary colors, false primaries, contrast effects, complementary colors, and shadows. The Singerman Color Mixer consists of a light-tight case with a large milk-glass screen, computer controlled individual RGB LEDs for three-stimulus color presentation through the milk-glass screen. The system can present RGB, CMYK (matched to RGB), HSB and calibrated R, G, and B colors, all selectable from computer software.
Colors are formed in two different ways, either by reflection (subtractive colors) using chromatic dye mixes or by white light diffraction or refraction (additive colors), using filters or prisms. This system demonstrates the additive color formation using RGB lights and color wheel color formation through light. Color perception is one of the main topics in sensory and perception classes. This system corresponds to a new redesign of an old but beloved classic in the study of psychology.
The lightweight body contains three calibrated RGB smart LED arrays capable of producing 24 bit, 1.6 million colors (16.777.216) x 3. This state-of-the-art equipment is suitable for demonstrations on color perception. The system is portable and computer controlled for flexibility and accuracy.
Experimenter or subject can set different color arrays by setting them with the RGB or HSB options in the main control software. Subject will then observe demonstration of color formation for the light (additive color) system. The microprocessor controlled LEDs will then be set using the computer software. Subjective perception of color presented (color mixes) can be recorded in the provided recording form.
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