Abstract

Relation between geodesics in color space and Schrödinger’s theory of color vision is discussed. The FMC1 formula is used to test this theory by examining intersection of geodesics on the constant-brightness surface. Validity of the FMC1 formula in numerical verification of Schrödinger’s concept is indicated.

© 1973 Optical Society of America

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