Sirodgze colorfoundation firstyear

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Sirodgze colorfoundation firstyear

  1. 2. Description: Slide 1: Slide 2: Description: Upon clicking the color theory button in the main menu a landscape or a seascape (original) picture with rainbow will appear in a curve-up motion on a moderate speed. This will serve as a subject for set induction which will be controlled through clicking. On a mouse- over, the rainbow will get highlighted and by clicking over it you will get through slide 2. Under slide 2, question 1 will appear once the rainbow is clicked under slide 1. On a mouse click, Q2 will appear while Q1 disappear . (Choose appropriate font color) Q1. How rainbow is formed? Q2. What are the basic elements required for an appreciation of rainbow colors? (Use mouse click for every transitions) Q1. How rainbow is formed?
  2. 3. Description: Slide 3: Slide 4: Description: On a mouse click, the question “What is color” will appear in a push left transition. Immediately after, the image will appear using the same transition. On the 4 th slide the physiological meaning of color will appear using push left transition format. What is color? Physiology A sensation of light that is transmitted to the brain through the eye.
  3. 4. Description: Slide 5: Slide 6: Description: On slide 5, a cross section of an eye will appear using an appropriate transition. On slide 6, a simple animation on how the eye perceive colors will be shown. Note: Create a simple animation on how the human eye perceive colors. Eye Ball Physiology A sensation of light that is transmitted to the brain through the eye.
  4. 5. Description: Slide 7: Slide 8: Description: A picture of Sir Isaac Newton will appear on this slide. Hovering the mouse over it will highlight the picture. By clicking on it, slide 8 will appear. On this slide, a picture of the spectrum will appear once the picture of Sir Isaac Newton is clicked in slide 7. By clicking on the picture, (spectrum) a simple animation will be shown. Note: Create a simple animation on how the colors are produced through spectrum. Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) The visible spectrum of the seven lightwaves
  5. 6. Description: Slide 9: Slide 10: Description: On a mouse click, factors of perception will appear using appropriate animation. It will be followed by media and techniques. By hovering the mouse over the media sample, picture will appear (e.g. by hovering the mouse over the oil medium, a picture of an oil paint will appear). On this slide, the 2 nd factor of perception will appear, the eye and brain. By clicking on it, the picture of the perception curve will appear using an appropriate animation. Factors in Perception <ul><li>Media and techniques </li></ul>Oil, water, acrylics Canvas, board, paper Ceramics, print , fashion <ul><li>Eye and brain </li></ul>The perception curve
  6. 7. Description: Slide 11: Slide 12: Description: On a mouse click, the third factor of perception will appear using appropriate animation. It will be followed by its samples: memory, experiences, intelligence and cultural background. By hovering the mouse over the sample, a corresponding picture will appear. <ul><li>Three aspects of color </li></ul><ul><li>Psychology and culture </li></ul>memory experiences Intelligence cultural background local color On a mouse click, the three aspects of color will appear with an appropriate animation. By clicking on it, the word local color will appear. Hovering over it, it will be highlighted. Once you click on the local color word the sample image (red Ferrari car) will be displayed.
  7. 8. Description: Slide 13: Slide 14: Description: Note: Follow the same settings/format of slide #12 except for the “three aspects of color”. <ul><li>Three aspects of color </li></ul>arbitrary color optical color Note: Follow the same settings/format of slide #13.

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