Theory proposed to explain color perception, brightness perception, and constancies, theorizing that the color of an object is not decided by spectral composition, but by a comparison of three different wavelengths of light absorption.

RETINEX: "Retinex reflects the fact that images are resultant of activity between the retina and the cortex."
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