Variation of color perception between people. Was different colorperception in each eye

Discussion in 'Eye-Care' started by Repeating Decimal, Aug 21, 2003.

  1. I hope this is not a duplicate post.

    Is it possible that the spatial density of cones is different in one's two
    eyes, or between different people. If that were the case, that would be a
    physical basis for different people not having the same color perception.

    I would expect the different visual pigments, really dye-like materials, to
    shift their color characteristics depending upon their environments. For
    example, chemical indicators react to pH changes. Is there such a shift.

    I realize that homeostasis will limit how big a pH shift is possible.

    Bill
     
    Repeating Decimal, Aug 21, 2003
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