Thursday, June 21, 2007


About color

Our lives are full of color and generally we accept color as part of our lives in a casual and nonchalant manner. But color affects us very deeply, on a physical level, an emotional and psychological level and a spiritual level. Our individual identities are largely expressed by our own personal understandings or feelings toward color. It defines our fashion sensibilities, expressed in our ability to create art, our interior and exterior environments, and can encourage or adversely affect our health and well being. Color can be calming and passive, expressive and vital. Yet what makes color work? How do we relate to color, use it in our lives, manipulate it and master it even while most people have no true understanding of what color is?

At face value color is a scientific phenomenon, measurable and definable with rules and boundaries. But the way we experience color is personal. No color is seen the same way by any two people. Color may have different meanings to people in different cultures.


It's a theory a belief which my friend insist on it. he says"maybe the green that you see is the red that I see"It's a little dazzling

if I see the colors brighter or you experience color in your unique way no one can be blamed for bad test,because we see completely different word,we look at two worlds.maybe the way of our seeing makes our behavior and our individuality.

read it,its interesting:

What happens when chickens see red?

A company* that markets red contact lenses for chickens (at 20 cents a pair), points to medical studies showing that chickens wearing red-tinted contact lenses behave differently from birds that don't. They eat less, produce more and don't fight as much. This decreases aggressive tendencies and birds are less likely to peck at each other causing injury. A spokesman said the lenses will improve world egg-laying productivity by $600 million a year.

(Perhaps everything looks red and they cannot distinguish combs, wattles, or blood. Or ...perhaps the chickens are happier because they're viewing the world through rose colored glasses.)

* Animalens Inc. of Wellesley, Mass
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