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Title: Development of 3D Color Space to Improve Learning of Color Theory
Authors: Ng, Woon Lam
Xiao, Yikai
Keywords: Munsell
Issue Date: 2017
Source: Ng, W. L., & Xiao, Y. (2017). Development of 3D Color Space to Improve Learning of Color Theory. 2nd International Conference on Modern Management, Education Technology, and Social Science (MMETSS 2017), 26-32.
Abstract: Munsell Color System is a framework of practical color theory commonly adopted by the industry. However, it has not been well adopted in the area of art education at tertiary institutions teaching color theory. The popular model used in current art schools is the Itten Color Wheel. A paper was published to introduce Munsell Color System for color theory training for art students. The Munsell Color System is a 3D model, therefore visualization is not as direct as a 2D Itten Color Wheel. The objective is to develop a 3D visualization software and color analytical tool to assist students’ learning of Munsell Color System as well as allowing self-driven learning through a new color analytical tool for analysis of color scheme of important and relevant artworks like masterpieces and students’ artworks.
DOI: 10.2991/mmetss-17.2017.6
Rights: © 2017 The authors (published by Atlantis Press.) This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0, which permits non-commercial use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. See for details:
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