Daniele Di Stanio

153 Flips | 2 Magazines | 1 Like | 24 Followers | @damiele | Color correction teacher from Rome, I founded Alberodelcolore.com in 2011, and replicated with Colorduels.com its worldwide twin. I'm also one of the founders, and I manage all training and education for Fabbricacinema.com Ciao!

How Pantone Became The Definitive Language Of Color

Pantone is more than a color language for designers—it’s grown into a global design force. But is that good?<p>A few minutes into the <i>Wizard of Oz</i>, Dorothy opens her eyes and surveys the Technicolor world around her. Dorothy follows the Yellow Brick Road, she arrives at the Emerald City, and she clicks …

new British flag

Some of you may recall that last year – a big year for the UK with the Olympics in London and Queen’s jubilee – there was a lot of waving of British …

How brands can best use colour

Who wants 50 shades of grey when you’ve got the choice of the rainbow? asks SomeOne’s Laura Hussey.<p>February 6, 2015 3:29 pm<p>It’s drizzly, it’s grey, …

is there such a thing as visible light?

I would argue that there is no such thing as visible light – or at least that the term <i>visible light</i> is a meaningless one.<p>Light is part of the …

True Color Can Totally Tell You What Color That Is

<b>True Color</b> — Entertainment — $1.99<p>True Color is one of those apps that definitely has a practical application but is also just fun to mess around with. Its purpose is to create “formulas” for different hues so that artists can properly mix paints to match, and you can easily take samples from your …

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How Much Does Color Define A Logo?

Graphic designer Paula Rupolo swapped the colors of competing brands’ logos. Blue Coke, anyone?<p>Seeing a logo that’s been in your life for years all-of-a-sudden rendered in different colors can be as jarring as a friend’s sudden dye job. They just don’t look like themselves. And if they just don’t …

The Power of the High Pass Filter

<b>Pattern Overlays and Detail Textures</b><p>Whether you were working on a normal texture, or a so-called detail texture, High Pass can greatly help you in …

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The History and Science of Color Temperature

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Lecture explores human perception

When asked if they had seen “The Invisible Gorilla” video, a majority of hands shot up at last night’s visual perception lecture given by Daniel …

Surprisingly friendly colors in web design - Design Reviver - Web Design Blog

When it comes to web design, one of the most important colors is the page’s background color. White is one of the most popular background colors, but …

The Simultaneous Contrast Hypothesis

<b>Introduction</b><br>The Simultaneous Contrast hypothesis depends on the on- and off-center receptive fields in the retina and the way they are organized and …

Neuroscience

These Cars Are The Same Size

Psychologist Richard Wiseman of Quirky Mind Stuff posted this perspective illusion in his blog and told us that the cars are the same size. Despite …

What is Color?

We perceive color just as we perceive taste. When we eat, our taste buds sense four attributes: sweet, salty, sour and bitter. Point at the foods …

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What is color? - Colm Kelleher

Have you ever wondered what color is? In this first installment of a series on light, Colm Kelleher describes the physics behind colors-- why the …

Color

For other uses of "Color" and "Colour", see Color (disambiguation). For editing Wikipedia, see Help:Using color. See also, Colorful (disambiguation) …

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10 Surprising Facts About How Our Brains Work

One of the things that surprises me time and time again is how we think our brains work and how they actually do.<p>On many occasions I find myself …

Discussion: Vision | Vision II | Introduction to Psychology | Brain and Cognitive Sciences

Session Overview<p>How do sensation, perception, and expectation create what we see? This discussion session complements the prior lecture sessions …

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Numerotopy: How quantities are mapped onto the brain

Earlier this week I posted my book chapter about topographic mapping, or how sights, sounds and touch are mapped onto different parts of the brain's surface in an orderly manner. This organization is found in all of the brain's sensory systems – for example, adjacent regions of your visual field …

Small animals perceive the world in slow-motion

A new study suggests that small animals like birds and flies can observe movement on a finer timescale than larger creatures. Compared to us, many of …

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