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Title: Colour gamut size and shape influence colour preference
Authors: Wei, M 
Houser, KW
David, A
Krames, MR
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Source: Lighting research and technology, Dec. 2017, v. 49, no. 8, p. 992-1014 How to cite?
Journal: Lighting research and technology 
Abstract: Two psychophysical experiments were conducted to investigate the effect of colour gamut size and shape on colour preference. In the first, two side-by-side booths were designed to resemble a retail setting with clothing; in the second, a single booth was designed to resemble a restaurant setting, but also included a mirror to permit the observer's evaluation of skin tone. These settings were illuminated with two sets of sources, where, compared to a fixed reference, one set created modest chroma enhancement and the other set created greater increases in object chroma. Within each set, gamut shape varied, meaning different hues were saturated, even though, on average, the spectra created the same average increase in chroma. When objects were unfamiliar, as with the fabrics, all chroma-enhancing spectra were preferred to the fixed reference regardless of the gamut shapes. When familiar objects were present, such as food, observers were more discerning about changes in chroma and hue. We conclude that a graphic of gamut shape is an important adjunct to average measures of colour fidelity and gamut.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/78620
ISSN: 1477-1535
EISSN: 1477-0938
DOI: 10.1177/1477153516651472
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