Munsell color system: has five principal hues:  red, yellow, green, blue, and purple, and five intermediate hues, yellow-red, green-yellow, blue-green, purple-blue, and red-purple.

Munsell color system: has five principal hues: red, yellow, green, blue, and purple, and five intermediate hues, yellow-red, green-yellow, blue-green, purple-blue, and red-purple.

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The Munsell color system was developed by art professor Albert Munsell as a way to chart color based on hue, value, and chroma. Its basis in human perception measured in a systematic way might be why...

The Munsell color system was developed by art professor Albert Munsell as a way to chart color based on hue, value, and chroma. Its basis in human perception measured in a systematic way might be why...

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"Munsell scale. - All colors are described according to 3 characteristics: Hue (identity of the color), Value ( lightness or darkness), and Chroma (the intensity of the color compared to an equal value of gray). -- Different hues have different maximum chroma levels. Red is "brightest" at the halfway point between its lightest and darkest value. Whereas Yellow is brightest at a very light value. Violet has its max chroma at a very dark value." - overeducated_alligator

"Munsell scale. - All colors are described according to 3 characteristics: Hue (identity of the color), Value ( lightness or darkness), and Chroma (the intensity of the color compared to an equal value of gray). -- Different hues have different maximum chroma levels. Red is "brightest" at the halfway point between its lightest and darkest value. Whereas Yellow is brightest at a very light value. Violet has its max chroma at a very dark value." - overeducated_alligator

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