What actually happens if you look at a light emitter that gradually increases/decreases in wavelength until it leaves our visible range? Like, when you listen to a speaker gradually increase you just stop hearing any sound.
Why is the color space this particular shape?
What are the axis here and what do they mean?
How are we able to see colors outside of the RGB range on our computer display?
What is the significance of the shape of the color space?
You said "most" here, who is able to see more than this spectrum? Are you talking about people with tetrachromacy?
How was this determined to be the best space, is it simply an analysis of what a majority of people see, or is there a more scientific process?
What are x and y representing here?
Would a regular triangle be easier to capture the color?
Are (x, y) representing color and intensity of some kind?
What are the horizontal and vertical axis here?
Just interested, different softwares have different gamuts and I'm wondering how much of this is actually noticeable to consumers? If we use two different color spaces can viewers easily tell?