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Why is it this specific range that is visible to our eyes? What does ultraviolet and infrared look like then and can other animals see it?


Even if we cannot see ultraviolet or infrared, we have our uses for it in everyday life. Despite the face that we cannot sense it with our eyes, do we take these wavelengths into consideration when doing color representation? Can we completely ignore it during digital representation or are there small impacts these non-visible waves can have on how we perceive images?


Can computer science one day maybe find a way to visualize non-seeble colors?


Some colors are harmful to people. That's why there are protect eyes modes. How do they work?


Do we ever consider this invisible spectrum during graphics, or are we mainly focusing on visible light?