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ColorPhi™ Explained

Superhuman Vision™

The Color Phi Phenomenon

The Color Phi and Phi Phenomenon are visual illusions that activate the brain's ability to blend motion and color change. We experience these phenomena when watching motion pictures and believing what we see is “actually” moving when it isn’t.  In its simplest form, observers perceive a color change and motion between two alternating points or dots. The phenomenon highlights the complex mechanisms of visual processing and illustrates how our perceptions are constructed. Color Phi™ introduces new phenomena by varying colors within those points, as pixels, over time.

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

Electromagnet spectrum visual

The visible light spectrum is a small portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.  The innovators of multi-spectral camera systems have achieved astonishing results in detecting non-visible light frequencies.​

Multispectral image SWIR LWIR MWIR

Merging these multi-spectral camera images into a single field of view for improved observational and situational awareness is impossible in a still image, because the eye can only take in so many different spectra at once.  The ColorPhi animations allow more spectra than the eye can perceive to be multiplexed over time to create more complex visual perceptions..

ColorPhi™ The Future of Vision™

Superhuman Vision™

ColorPhi™ merges all the spectrums using a potentially infinite number of algorithms, and it can alternate between dual, left, and right displays. 

ColorPhi Superhuman Vision Left and Right Channels

AI Segmentation Enhancements

Digital Twins &
Multi-spectral Visualizations

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