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The video explores the history of Technicolor and what black and white was really like

The video explores the history of Technicolor and what black and white was really like

Here’s an interesting video that explores the history of Technicolor in the 1930s and how it was actually black and white and the vibrant colors were “an illusion to trick your eyes into seeing something that isn’t actually there.”

The video uses The Wizard of Oz as an example and that’s a really fascinating insight that I wasn’t familiar with before.

NationSquid explains how Technicolor created the illusion of color by using a prism to divide red, green, and blue images onto three strips of black-and-white film and then developed them with cyan, magenta, yellow, and black dyes.

It’s all crazy science! It’s much more interesting to watch the video and have everything explained to you, so check it out!

by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant

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