The Color Curiosity Shop
The future of science is in the hands of our school children and it is becoming increasingly difficult to encourage them to choose the “difficult” science majors when they move on to college. This despite expanding needs and opportunities for scientists and the importance of scientific research in solving national and global economic and environmental problems. The opportunities for scientists are endless. This book provides an overview of an effort to stimulate scientific thinking in students of all ages, introduce them to science in a friendly, practical way, through the sicence of color. This effort revolves around a website, and this printed workbook that aim to answer student questions about color, at levels from preschool to graduate school, in a way that gently introduces the science of color through their natural curiosity.
- 136 pages
Munsell Color Science Laboratory
Mark received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Imaging Science from RIT. and Ph.D. in Vision Science from the University of Rochester. Mark was presented with the 1995 Bartleson Award by the Colour Group (Great Britain) and the 2002 Macbeth Award by the Inter-Society Color Council for his works in color appearance and color science. He is a Fellow of the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) and the Optical Society of America. Mark was presented with the Davies Medal by the Royal Photographic Society for contributions to photography. He received the 2008 IS&T Raymond C. Bowman award for excellence in education.