Visual neurons selectively respond to color and shape along a continuum. While some neurons are only activated by either a specific color or shape, others are responsive to color and shape simultaneously. The findings contradict previous beliefs about how visual processing works.
Researchers reveal people are able to correctly identify, with 75% accuracy, expressions of emotion in others based on subtle changes in color around the nose, eyebrows and chin.
According to a new study, the color of light has significant impact on our circadian clock.
According to researchers, color vision is vital for chickens to find good food and the right mating partner.
According to researchers, the 'fill in' effect makes only a small contribution to how we perceive colors in an image. The study also provides new evidence that color processing cells play a vital role in color perception.