If You're Interested in Color, You Have To Read This:

https://arstechnica.com/science/2021/06/physicists-unlock-multispectral-secrets-of-earliest-color-photographs/

When reading, if you substitute the words “red”, “green”, and “blue” with “high”, “medium”, and “low”, it then becomes a “correct” article… :crazy_face:

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Cooool! I didn’t know that multispectral was a thing back then! :scream:

:thinking: That depends on what “high” etc. refers to (wavelength, frequency, wavenumber). :smiley_cat:

wavelength. troy_s got in my head…

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high, medium, low normally refers to frequency. If you want to talk about wavelength, you usually use terms like long, medium and short.

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Thanks, after 40 years working around communications, I should appreciate the distinction by now… :laughing:

How about the Goldilocks just right? :girl: :stuck_out_tongue:

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thanks for the information.