General How Skin Looks Under Invisible Light

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  1. FireCat

    FireCat Oh Shi.. Don't wake the tiger!

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    You’ll rarely see a healthy person with blue or green skin, unless you’re looking at them under invisible light.

    Scientists from National institute of Standards and Technology examined how skin from the forearms of different people appeared under different wavelengths of light. Under visible light, the skin tone seemed similar, but under a wider spectrum, the skin tones varied from blue, to green and even purple.


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  2. Accname

    Accname 2D-Graphics enthusiast

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    You know whats crazy?
    If you look at skin under red light it appears to be red!
    And if you put it into a blue light, guess what, IT LOOKS BLUE!!!11
  3. Varine

    Varine And as the moon rises, we shall prepare for war

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    If you look at it under no light you don't see anything.
  4. Dan

    Dan The New Helper.Net gives me great Anxiety... o.O;;

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  5. FireCat

    FireCat Oh Shi.. Don't wake the tiger!

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    What about "mixing colors of light ?"
  6. The Helper

    The Helper Administrator Staff Member

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    Holy Shmoly! :)
  7. tom_mai78101

    tom_mai78101 The Helper Connoisseur / Ex-MineCraft Host Staff Member

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    What the heck is "invisible light"?

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