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'''Brightness contrast''' or '''lightness contrast''' is a [[visual contrast]] phenomenon where there is an increase in the apparent darkness of a stimulus when observed alongside or immeditely after a lighter one. Or, alternatively an apparent lightening when compared with a darker stimulus.
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'''Brightness contrast''' or '''lightness contrast''' is a [[visual contrast]] phenomenon where there is an increase in the apparent darkness of a stimulus when observed alongside or immediately after a lighter one. Or, alternatively an apparent lightening when compared with a darker stimulus.
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==Methodology for assessing brightness contrast==
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*[[Simultaneous contrast]]
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*[[Successive contrast]]
   
   
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*[[Brightness constancy]]
 
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*[[Brightness perception]]
 
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*[[Visual induction]]
   
 
[[Category:Brightness perception]]
 
[[Category:Brightness perception]]

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Brightness contrast or lightness contrast is a visual contrast phenomenon where there is an increase in the apparent darkness of a stimulus when observed alongside or immediately after a lighter one. Or, alternatively an apparent lightening when compared with a darker stimulus.

Methodology for assessing brightness contrastEdit


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