Abstract

Dichromats have angular color discrimination in the usual chromaticity diagrams. Normal trichromatic vision is obtained by combining tritanopic and deuteranopic vision. In this paper, a new pair of angular variables is introduced from which, by a suitable transformation, a uniform-scale chromaticity diagram in zero-curvature space is obtained.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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