Why Pink Doesn’t Exist

posted on December 7th 2013 in Arts & Documentary & Drawing & Video with 1 Comments

An illustrated stop-motion science explanation in 60 seconds for colour nerds.

Minute Physics — charming and illuminating hand-illustrated science animations— have created this fantastic explanation of how the color pink exists even though pink light doesn’t.

Speaking in terms of light, pink should probably be called ‘minus-green,’ because pink is just the leftovers of white light when you take out the green.

Via: brainpickings.

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