Human visual cortex holds neurons that selectively respond to intermediate colors

Researchers from Tohoku University’s Research Institute of Electrical Communication and RIKEN BSI have found the presence of neurons in the human brain which can each selectively respond to an intermediate color; not just neurons of red, green, yellow and blue.

Source: Human visual cortex holds neurons that selectively respond to intermediate colors — ScienceDaily

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