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Bibliography

Here is a list of our sources for this HyperTech exhibit. It includes both on- and off-line materials. Remember, nothing beats a good book.

*Books
*Search Engines
*Color Web Sites
*WWW Sources for the Latest Technology

Books

We use a lot of books to research the subjects we present in the HyperTech. Here is a (growing) list used for Make a Splash with Color:

Beginner

Anderson, L.W. Light and Color. Milwaukee: Raintree Childrens Books, 1978.

Cony, Sue. Colors. N.Y.: McClanahan Book Co., 1991.

Hagen, Catherine. Color: A guide for every painter. N.Y.: H.Z. Walck, 1976.

Heller, Ruth. Color. Grosset and Dunlap, 1995.

John Burningham's Colors. 1st Am. ed. N.Y.: Crown Books, 1985.

Lynn, Sara. Colors. 1st. Am. ed. Boston: Little & Brown, 1986.

Simon, Hilda. The Magic of Color 1st ed. N.Y.: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1981.

Williams, John. Projects with Color and Light. Milwaukee, Wis.: Gareth Stevens Children's Books, 1992.

Intermediate

Birren, Faber. Light, Color, and the Environment. N.Y.: Van Nostrand, 1982.

Branley, Franklyn Mansfield., and Henry Roth. Color, from rainbows to lasers. NY: Crowell, 1978.

Color and Light: Step-by-step science activity projects from the Smithsonian Institution. Milwaukee, Wis.: G. Stevens, 1993.

Light, Color and Lenses. N.Y.: Glouchester Press, 1993.

The Physics and Chemistry of Color: the 15 causes of color. A Wiley-Interscience publication. N.Y.: Wiley, 1983.

Sight, Light, and Color. Science Universe Series, v. 3. Arco Publishing, 1984.

Stern, Arthur. How to see color and paint it. N.Y.: Watson-Guptil Publications, 1984.

Taylor, Barbara. Color and Light. N.Y.: Franklin Watts, 1990.

White, Jan V. Color for the Electronic Age. N.Y.: Watson-Guptil Publications, 1990.

Advanced

Billmeyers, Fred W. Jr. and Max Saltzman. Principles of color technology. 2nd. ed. N.Y.: John Wiley & Sons, 1981.

Brusatin, Manlio. A History of colors. Trans. Robert H. Hopcke. Boston: Shambhala Publications, 1983.

Color and Consciousness. Philadelphia, PA.: Temple University Press, 1989.

Color and Human Responses: Aspects of light and color bearing on the reactions of living things and the welfare of human beings. N.Y.: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1978.

Color in reproduction: Theory and techniques for artists and designers. N.Y.: Viking Press, 1980.

Gerritsen, Frans. Theory and Practice of Color: A color theory based on laws of perception. Ist ed. N.Y.: Van Nostrand, 1975.

De Grandis, Luigina. Theory and Use of Color. N.Y.: Abrams, 1986.

Jackson, Richard. Computer Generated Color: A practical guide to presentation and display. N.Y.: John Wiley & Sons, 1994.

Primary Sources: Selected writings on color from Aristole to Albers. N.Y.: N.Y. Design PRess, 1990.

Rogondino, Michael. Computer Color: 10,000 computer-generated process colors. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1990.

Sloane, Patricia. Visual Nature of Color. N.Y.: N.Y. Design Press, 1989.

Southworth, Miles. Color resource complete color glossary. Livonia, N.Y.: Graphic Arts Publishing, 1992.

Southworth, Miles. Pocket guide to color reproduction: communication and control. Livonia, N.Y.: Graphic Arts Publishing, 1995.

Thorell, Lisa G. Using computer color effectively: An Illustrated reference. Englewood Cliffs N.Y.: Prentice-Hall Company, 1990.

Search Engines

Because there is no single index for the ever-changing World Wide Web, we use various searching tools and subject indexes to find information about color.
*Yahoo
*Inktomi Web Services
*WebCrawler
*Excite
*DejaNews

Color Web Sites

Here are a few of the color sites we use as a jumping off point when we go exploring the Web for new information.

Color Information

Color Demos and More

WWW Sources for the Latest Technology

There are a few journals and services that one can browse, to look for the latest news on technology. Here are a few useful places.
*The Technology Review
*MIT's Technology Review
*Digital Pulse
*Reuters Tech News
*Popular Mechanics
*Hotwired
*San Jose Mercury News
If you know of other good sources of robotics information, write to webmaster@thetech.org. Thanks!