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hue

(hyū),
One of the three qualities of color; that property by which colors of the spectrum are distinguished from each other and from grays of similar brightness; determined by the wavelength or a combination of wavelengths of light.

hue

Attribute of colour sensation, such as blue, red, green, etc., which is ordinarily associated with a given wavelength of the light stimulating the retina, as distinguished from the attributes of brightness and saturation. See Bezold-Brücke phenomenon; differential threshold.
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With the bulbs fitted and powered on, I downloaded the Philips Hue app on my iPhone from the App Store and fired it up.
On November 2, 2017, a 27-year-old man (Hue 13-Vietnam-11-2017) was hospitalized at Hue University Hospital because of headache and fatigue.
Hue said when the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) was signed and took effect, it will create new opportunities for Dutch businesses to invest in the country.
Azerai La Residence, Hue is a complement to the 60-room Azerai Can Tho, which debuted on the Mekong Delta this past spring.
Death was widespread on both sides during the battle for Hue. Bowden presents a realistic depiction of the horrors of war that is perhaps best described in the following passage: "No matter who died, there was no time or energy to grieve.
Besides that, with the availability of Philips Hue Sync, users can elevate their entertainment experience - be it gaming, movie, or audio - through a new level of spatial immersion.
The People's Committee of Thua Thien-Hue Province, which includes Hue, recently announced a plan towards this end.
Due to its soft shade, beige works best with light hues. It appears especially stylish when worn with crisp white, blue or tan.
Although, if you'd rather go for one of the more techy Philips Hue bulbs, the same cashback offer will also work with that, and will just take [pounds sterling]15 off from whatever your total is.
Mark Bowden's day-by-day chronicle of the battle to retake Hue is detailed and precise and covers both sides.
To satisfy the six properties for recognition as shown in Table 1, we propose a 3-dimensional object recognition method using relationships between feature points, and invariance of local hue histogram.
This shows that if one wished to accurately assess an object's hue, one would naturally choose a viewing situation that minimizes the impact of surface reflection, and an indication of that would be improved saturation.