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Munsell color system

[mən′sel ′kəl·ər ‚sis·təm]
(optics)
A system for designating colors which employs three perceptually uniform scales (Munsell hue, Munsell value, Munsell chroma) defined in terms of daylight reflectance.
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The Adams D15 has the same hues as the D15 but with Munsell value 5 and chroma 2.
The Munsell collection includes a wide range of lightness and saturation (value and chroma in the Munsell notation) (Buchsbaum, Bloch 2002).
The most widely used color order system is the Munsell Color Order System.
According to the Munsell Color System, which is the standard color measurement of fiber, 3 healthy alpacas were selected for each of the 22 different hair color phenotypes (Figure 1)(66 alpacas altogether).
Munsell is earning a few thousand dollars each month from seven webOS apps available in the Palm App Catalog, according to the blog.
But perhaps only the mind of Jasper Fforde could produce a world where social rank is measured by the Munsell Color System.
More than eight million people have dabbled with Windows 7 since Microsoft began a beta test phase in January, according to Parri Munsell, director of consumer product management for the Windows client group.
Available in ten common wire and cable industry color-coding formulations matched to Munsell and RAL standards, these MPFP color masterbatches are initially available in fluorinated ethylene propylene (FEP) and oolvvinvlidene fluoride (PVDF) resin systems and are expandable to include other MPFP resins as needed, according to the company.
They are available in 10 common wire and cable colour-coding formulations matched to Munsell and RAL standards in fluorinated ethylene propylene (FEP) and polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) systems and can be expanded to include other MPFP materials.
Walking through the beaux arts-style structure designed by Hudson & Munsell reveals vitality even in the empty space, where in the marble and colonnaded rotunda, a stained-glass skylight and florid-plastered ceiling rise high above a bronze statue of the Three Muses holding up a globe.
Once she's armed with all the information she needs, Ann uses her knowledge picked up while training in image consultancy at the wellrespected Colour Me Beautiful centre in London, combined with the Munsell colour system - a scientific way of establishing how people react to certain colours - to decide what shades the client should be wearing.