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What is the science behind eyes seeingthe inaccurate color perception of colors?

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What is science behind eyes seeing inaccurate color perception in following case:?

I am wondering ifIf I go into a green room (all walls are semitransparent and green) and spend asome time - around 10+ min - in there, when I come out all my eyes see is white as pink. I see no (or very few other) colors due to this for a while - around 2 minutes. What is the science behind this? Why do eyes looselose color perception in this case?

What is science behind eyes seeing inaccurate color perception in following case:

I am wondering if I go into a green room (all walls are semitransparent and green) and spend a time - around 10+ min - in there when I come out all my eyes see is white as pink. I see no (or very few other) colors due to this for a while - around 2 minutes. What is the science behind this? Why do eyes loose color perception in this case?

What is science behind eyes seeing inaccurate color perception?

If I go into a green room (all walls are semitransparent and green) and spend some time - around 10+ min - in there, when I come out all my eyes see is white as pink. I see no (or very few other) colors due to this for a while - around 2 minutes. What is the science behind this? Why do eyes lose color perception in this case?

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What is science behind eyes wrongseeing inaccurate color perception in following case:

I am wondering over if iI go ininto a green room (all walls are semitransparent and green) and spend a time - around 10+ min - in there when I come out whatall my eyes see is white as pink and all. I see no (or very few other) colors too got affected due to this for a while, - around 2 minutes so what. What is the science behind this? Why do eyes lostloose color perception in this case?

What is science behind eyes wrong color perception in following case:

I am wondering over if i go in a green room (all walls are semitransparent and green) and spend a time around 10+ min there when I come out what my eyes see is white as pink and all other colors too got affected due to this for a while, around 2 minutes so what is science behind this? Why eyes lost color perception in this case?

What is science behind eyes seeing inaccurate color perception in following case:

I am wondering if I go into a green room (all walls are semitransparent and green) and spend a time - around 10+ min - in there when I come out all my eyes see is white as pink. I see no (or very few other) colors due to this for a while - around 2 minutes. What is the science behind this? Why do eyes loose color perception in this case?

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