Farnsworth-Munsell color test

Farns·worth-Mun·sell col·or test

(farnz'wŏrth mŭn-sel'),
a test for color perception; the task is to arrange 84 color discs (in four separate racks of 20-22 discs) in a sequence with minimal separation of hue between adjacent discs.
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Dean, U.S. naval officer, 1902-1959.
Farnsworth-Munsell color test - a test for color perception.


Albert Henry, U.S. painter, 1858-1918.
Farnsworth-Munsell color test - see under Farnsworth
Munsell color system - method of color notation.
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