|MadSci Network: Neuroscience|
I understand that what we perceive as color is the reflection or absoprtion of light. I also understand that some people have a greater ability to distinguish between varying wavelengths or reflections of color, and that this may vary (i.e. colorblind may be able to see a greater number of grays.) What I would like to know is the average number of grays or colors an eye with normal vision can see. Thanks.
Re: How many shades of gray can the average human eye see?
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