What it’s like to see 100 million colors
- February 26, 2015
- Research by Kimberly Jameson, IMBS researcher, is featured in New York Magazine Feb. 26, 2015
From New York Magazine:
Tetrachromats can see colors that most people cannot – up to 100 million, estimates suggest, which is 100 times that of the average human. … I’m the perfect storm for tetrachromacy. It all happened so fast. I’m now being studied at UC Irvine by Dr. Kimberley Jameson and her colleagues.
For the full story, please visit http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2015/02/what-like-see-a-hundred-million-colors.html.