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The Human eye can distinguish about 10 millions different colors.
careful measurements of our visual system’s best performance have been
made by psychophysicists (people who study human responses, like seeing
color, to things in the world, like light). They have shown that we can see
about 1000 levels of light-dark, 100 levels of red-green, and 100 levels of
yellow-blue for a single viewing condition in a laboratory. This means that
the total number of colors we can see is about 1000 x 100 x 100 = 10,000,000
(10 million). A computer displays about 16.8 million colors to create fullcolor
pictures, really more than necessary for most situations.
However, the answer is not quite so simple. What color looks like is greatly
affected by the viewing conditions. These conditions include the color of
the lighting, the amount of lighting, and other colors in the scene. Colors
also appear in different modes when they appear on different objects such
as surfaces, light sources, or within volumes. Different people also have
slight differences in the way they see color.