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- Cheerilee: Color and the study of light actually hold a great deal of importance for many applications, from UV protection to solar energy to making eye-catching posters for your favorite bands. While there are billions of combinations, scientists have simplified down color into several base attributes.
- [Player], would you care to share the attribute of color that refers to its purity or intensity?
- - Saturation (True) +0.1 int
- That's correct! The lower the saturation of a color, the closer it becomes to white, grey, or black, losing all of its own color in the process.
- - Strength (false)
- No, maybe that will work between friends, but scientists have to have very unambiguous terms to work with. Let's go over the chapter together, class...
- - Value (false)
- Almost, but value refers to it's brightness. A bright color might look more intense, but that's only part of how science classifies color.
- Cheerilee: I'm not really an art teacher but we still have to talk about colors today... so I dunno if you guys can tell but I'm a real fan of pink and magenta! It says here that a pure pink is made up just red and white, so it's a real lonely kind of color to make. What color would we add to a pink to make it closer to a magenta, class?
- Nobody? [Player], you've been real quiet today! Someone distracting you? Let's hear your take!
- - Purple (True) +0.1 Int
- Yup! Magenta sits right between purple and red, so mixing purple and pink will give us a nice poppin' magenta! If we had time, maybe we could demonstrate. Maybe after class...
- - Blue (false)
- Close but no cigar! Between red and blue is a purple instead. Or an indigo, whatever that is.
- - White (false)
- Don't be silly, adding white to anything just makes it whiter. You'd end up with a white-pink! Would that be a "wink" then? Hmmm...
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