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  1. IMPORTANT NOTE:
    If your display has a dynamic backlight, the color of the square may in fact be changing along with the average image brightness. I underestimated how common this is so I didn't mention it. So, if you're seeing it change – that wasn't me! Those colors in the video file are identical.
    And, just so's ya know, there are indeed many browns and not all of them are necessarily derived from orange. As you saw, the Pantone 448C is much more like a very dark yellow. But, to me, the classic brown is definitely a descendant of orange.
    And don't get me started on beige!

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  2. One thing I expected to see but didn’t: human vision is calibrated to be particularly sensitive to fine variations in certain wavelengths, and one of those is brown. This is ostensibly because there is an evolutionary advantage to being able to detect fine variations between members of our species as well as certain things in nature.

    So the phenomenon of brown is not wholly arbitrary; instead, the word “brown” is a linguistic phenomenon analogous to the physiological phenomenon of brown sensitivity augmented by psychological & cultural emphasis.

    Anyway, this was a really cool video.

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  3. my favorite color is somewhere between brown and orange (like the inside of a sweet potato or like a light stained leather). It's such an underrated color imo

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  4. Digital Artist Here:

    Brightness from HSB color space represents the brightness value relative to the color picked, not to other colors, Neither 100% Red, 100% Green or 100% Blue have the same Brightness,
    100% Bright Blue is darker than 100% Red and Green

    Instead I prefer using LAB color space because the parameter L(Luminance) shows the Intensity of light the human eye perceives
    100% Blue would be 32L where 100% Green Would Be 88L

    LAB Tries to emulate the intensity of light the human eye senses giving you a more consistent light value across the HUE

    Note: Decreasing saturation does in fact increases brightness, desaturation is the act of making a color less pure by adding other primary light colors, making it gray, Adding other colors means you are adding more light, which results in increasing the intensity of the resulting color.

    Note 2: Primary light colors are secondary colors in pigments, when you combine primary colors in pigments, you end up with a gray color too, remember in your childhood when you mixed all that colorful clay and instead of ending with a rainbow clay, you end up with an ugly and darker gray mass?, that's because pigments absorbs light unlike light sources, adding different color pigments results in darker pigment

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  5. I would imagine anti vaxxers are now telling the world brown doesn’t exists. It’s a conspiracy designed by governments to cause your eyes to only see flat earth.

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  6. Same with pink: it's just a brighter red. The reason this is so weird to westerners is because we have distinct words for these two colors, although they're just darker or lighter. We'd be just as weirded out if we had a separate name for dark green. But without context it's just green, but darker.

    There are tribes in the world that don't have distinct words for blue and green, or even green and red, not due to color blindness, but due to the simpleness of the tribe. So this video would make no sense because red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet are the same color in their eyes.

    There are entire countries that actually have more words for colors than westerners, such as Russian, which have two different and very distinct words and perceptions of blue.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMqZR3pqMjg
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIg5HkyauoY

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  7. 8:40 if you work with colour on a daily basis, this isn't surprising at all. You can reproduce this effect with any colour, not just brown, and even with simple values of grey.

    A grey square in a black background will look much lighter than that same square in a white background where it will look much darker. It's one of the oldest optical illusions in the book.

    The same can be done with all colours and their variations. Context is everything with colour and grey scale. Put a darker turquoise (what people would call teal) on a dark background, and they'd call it turquoise or a green-blue. But change the background to white and they'll call it teal or grey-blue. You can't create teal or burgundy with those led strips either, unless in context. This isn't unique to brown at all…

    The difference is that we have come up with a separate name for brown, which is really nothing than dark orange, probably because it is so incredibly prevalent in nature. We don't usually lump brown in with oranges, but if you work with colour a lot you do know it's just a dark orange and lump it together with orange. But we can do the same for teal, greyish burgundy, rainy blue, etc. But even though in the west we've named these dark versions colours, they're not commonly known or used. Even I as an artist don't know the all the "official" names.

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  8. In school they thaught us red and green makes brown… thats because red and green LEDs make orange and the water colours where already pretty dark… so brown. my life is in shambles now

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  9. I suspect that part of the reason that brown is seen as is own color, and not just a dark orange (as opposed to navy which is considered a dark blue) is because it is so common in nature. Brown and all it’s shades is a meaningful distinction to make in almost any scene, whereas dark blue, red, etc isn’t.
    On the flip side, Idk why dark green isn’t considered a different color than green. If my theory were correct, then it seemingly should.

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