How to and Best Way to Remember the Order of the Visible Light / Color Spectrum - Meet Mr. Roy G. Biv -  roygbiv

How to Remember the Rainbow and Order of the Visible Light and Color Spectrum - roygbiv

How to and Best Way to Remember the Order of the Visible Light / Color Spectrum - Meet Mr. Roy G. Biv - roygbiv

yes.....a black object absorbs all the colors of the visible spectrum and reflects none of them to the eyes.....it's mysterious, beautiful, complex just like the heart....and the human condition......

yes.....a black object absorbs all the colors of the visible spectrum and reflects none of them to the eyes.....it's mysterious, beautiful, complex just like the heart....and the human condition......

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I love talking about the electromagnetic spectrum. There is so much more to it than visible light... and electromagnetic radiation is so darned useful.

Schemochromes: the physics of structural plumage colors

I love talking about the electromagnetic spectrum. There is so much more to it than visible light... and electromagnetic radiation is so darned useful.

60+ Spaces Where Yellow colour makes the mark.  Yellow colour is the brightest color of the visible spectrum, and it is the most noticeable of all colors by the human eye.

60+ Spaces Where Yellow Colour Makes the Mark

60+ Spaces Where Yellow colour makes the mark. Yellow colour is the brightest color of the visible spectrum, and it is the most noticeable of all colors by the human eye.

Don Komarechka posted a photo:  I probably wouldn’t view this image large if you have a fear of spiders, and I promise this will be the only close-up of a spider you’ll see in my stream… but I had to share this. For those unafraid, view large!  The same Bold Jumping Spider I shot on an orchid played nice for one extra photo during that session: resting on a first-surface mirror and photographed in ultraviolet light, the small creature gave me light back in the visible spectrum that the…

Don Komarechka posted a photo: I probably wouldn’t view this image large if you have a fear of spiders, and I promise this will be the only close-up of a spider you’ll see in my stream… but I had to share this. For those unafraid, view large! The same Bold Jumping Spider I shot on an orchid played nice for one extra photo during that session: resting on a first-surface mirror and photographed in ultraviolet light, the small creature gave me light back in the visible spectrum that the…

Visible spectrum - Wikipedia  For those of you who want to understand colour further look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Light_dispersion_of_a_mercury-vapor_lamp_with_a_flint_glass_prism_IPNr°0125.jpg

Visible spectrum - Wikipedia For those of you who want to understand colour further look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Light_dispersion_of_a_mercury-vapor_lamp_with_a_flint_glass_prism_IPNr°0125.jpg

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