If you are interested in getting your head around what the lightcolourvision.org website is about then read on. Here is a summary of our primary aims.
We are a non-profit group dedicated to the education of future generations and to a vision of sustainable growth of all forms of life on planet earth. It is an image of caring for each other and our world.
We are committed to responding to the call for people to make web content that is rich and relevant; to build communities that respect civil discourse and human dignity, and to fight for an open web that is a global public resource for people everywhere.
We are creating a resource at lightcolourvision.org that celebrates the common ground that binds human beings together in ways that we hope everyone can identify with.
Our core aim is to explore the human experience of light, colour, vision, what it means, and how we might learn to see more.
We are creating an educational resource for students, educators and researchers of all kinds that explores the concepts of light, colour, vision and how to see more.
We are creating a comprehensive library of articles that provides easily accessible information on a wide range of topics related to the concepts of light, colour and vision.
We are creating an accompanying library of images that share consistent design and graphic detailing and provides easily accessible information on a wide range of topics related to the concepts of light, colour and vision.
We aim to organise the content of our website in a way that assists users to efficiently design and implement their own visions, projects and assignments.
We aim to make all images on the site available for download in file formats suited to a wide range of applications.
We rely on the support of our partners, patrons, sponsors, supporters and users for realising these aims.
Like to know more? Please contact [email protected] if you have questions about any aspect of this project.
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And please let us know if you would like to get involved in developing lightcolourvision.org.