Scientists from the University of Cambridge in the UK have discovered the reason for the predominance of blue in nature. Red, yellow and orange have a different diffusion method than cyan, blue and violet.
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Human eyes are adapted to the perception of colors that exist in the natural environment, as well as artificially created. Physicists have conducted research to determine the reason for the visual predominance in natural nature of blue tones and blue close to it. The nature of the Earth has two main ways of displaying tonal saturation: with the help of structural light and with the use of pigment substances that ensure the selective absorption of a particular tone. In the first case, microscopic structures are used to control the reflection of light waves. Scientists created a computer model that allowed them to understand how the eye captures two bright colors best – blue and green.
These are the limits of the color structure in the visible light spectrum. Physicists note that blue, blue and violet are next to each other in the spectrum row, followed by red, orange and yellow, between the two groups – transitional green. White is an exception, as it is formed by mixing several shades of different saturation.