The dark side of color VI
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This year, at Electronic Imaging 2014, as part of the "Color Imaging XIX: Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications" and “Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XVIII” conferences, we hold the sixth annual special session entitled, "The Dark Side of Color". This session aims at introducing innovative thinking, opening discussion from experts working in a wide range of disciplines related with color, fostering ideas and stimulating ongoing issues and revealing common misunderstanding in color science and technology. It is comprised of a limited number of invited short presentations that are presented as summaries in this paper together with an overall description of the session point of view.
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